Apple Music has been in beta since the end of last year but is today available to all Sonos users.
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The player was due to go on sale in March, but Best Buy stores in the US have listed it as shipping on 10th February.
The update means you can now play Spotify tracks through Amazon’s speaker and use your voice to control the music played.
The Sentios allow you to switch between open or closed-back listening options at the flick of a switch and have also been designed for gaming sessions. Rock Jaw is seeking funding on Kickstarter now.
DreamScreen is a crowd-funded project on Kickstarter, which aims to make movies a more immersive experience with LED backlighting.
YouTube is to launch four new series as part of its YouTube Red subscription service in the USA, while Tidal will offer one drama series and one comedy series.
LG’s new flagship smartphone will be unveiled the day before MWC 2016 begins, and is said to be very different from the G4.
If conventional speakers, with their drivers and grilles, just don’t cut it anymore, then take a look at OMA's Imperia, which uses horns to propel sound to your ears.
From the news that Spotify wants to raise $500m to take its total funding in 12 months to $1bn, to the RIAA announcing streaming figures will contribute to an album's accreditation and Bang & Olufsen releasing an app to let you virtually place its products in your room - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Samsung's annual Unpacked event will take place at the end of the month, with the company expected to unveil its new flagship Galaxy phone.
The three biggest recorded music companies, Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group have licensed the new service, which has just launched in the USA.
CAD’s 1543 DAC has had an upgrade. The new model comes with improved circuitry and an updated power supply.
Upgrades mean that Meridian’s products will be the first to get MQA playback support. They will be available to download from 4th February.
Amazon could be about to launch a brand new music streaming service to take on the likes of Spotify et al, but there's no word on what this might mean for its existing service Prime Music...
Spotify had previously promised it would introduce video content to its service and it’s now expected to launch in the US this week.
Legendary guitar manufacturer Fender acquired Aurisonics in 2015 and has now used its technology and engineering know-how on a range of headphones.
The limited edition model of A&K’s flagship hi-res audio player not only introduces a colourful new look, but it also claims to bring sonic improvements over the standard version...
A study conducted by MusicWatch revealed US streaming music consumers rate sound quality as the second biggest reason to upgrade from a free streaming service to a paid-for subscription.
From the news that Spotify has acquired two new companies to help improve its social functions to Microsoft revealing details of the February update to the Xbox One, and retired boxer Oscar de la Hoya announcing two streaming channels for all things boxing - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Sky’s mobile TV service is being given a complete makeover for 2016, making it easier to use. More new features to improve the service are expected later in the year.
If your vinyl isn't sounding as sweet as it should, it could be because of dust, crumbs and any other titbits clogging up the grooves on your records. Pro-Ject claims its new VC-S wet cleaning machine offers a quick and effective solution...
London’s Headroom show offers the public the “largest range of demonstrable headphones in the UK”. It will also be the home to several new product launches from some of the major audio brands.