With all 104 What Hi-Fi? Award-winners now revealed for 2017, now seems like a good time to look back at how we've listened to music – and watched our videos – on the move since 1983.
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Wireless audio is a huge market and it continues to expand in 2015. There's no shortage of new products launching in the UK – from multi-room solutions for the home to portable devices for your music on the move.
Owners of Sonos multi-room systems in the UK can now access Deezer Elite, with the CD-quality streaming service going global in 150 countries from today.
Wires? How old school. If you prefer to do your listening without a cable dangling from your ears, then wireless headphones are the way forward. We've rounded-up five of the best Bluetooth headphones, available from under £50 to more premium options.
MTV is about to launch music and video streaming apps, while the ICC Cricket World Cup is being produced in 4K and Apple are going with OLED for its new iPhones – here's the news in brief for this Wednesday.
If you're in the market for a record player with a difference, Silvan Audio Workshop might just have the product for you – a custom hand-made turntable that has been crafted from natural hardwood.
A new wave of smaller DAB digital radio stations could be on the horizon after Ofcom announced trials of a new technology that could offer more local and community stations an affordable way to broadcast.
It's been more than five years since Teufel Audio first entered the headphone market with its Aureol Massives – and now, after a "complete makeover", its pioneering over-ears have returned for 2015.
Sony has unveiled the latest additions to its headphones portfolio with a quartet of new Bluetooth-enabled models – including the manufacturer's first reference-quality cans to incorporate the new LDAC audio technology.
Dashbon has become the latest tech manufacturer to strike success with a crowdfunding venture; its new Flicks wireless music system-meets-HD LED projector soaring past its fundraising target.
Big and small; curved and flat; HD and 4K – we don't discriminate when it comes to TVs and there are some stunning sets on the market right now that are just craving your indulgence. But picking the one for you can often prove to be an absolute minefield.
Sound and Vision – The Bristol Show is off and running! Now into its 28th year, the UK's largest and longest-running AV show is showcasing the very latest in hi-fi and home cinema products – all under one roof.
It's definitely no April Fool – US audio company Peachtree Audio has come to the Bristol Show 2015 with the news that its "ultimate Bluetooth speaker" is going on sale in the UK on 1st April.
German speaker manufacturer Teufel Audio has announced the launch of the new Definion 3 floorstander – a smaller version of the company's "premier reference" Definion 5 speaker.
Kudos Audio has announced the introduction of three new speakers at the Bristol Show 2015, including the Titan 808 floorstander – the successor to the Titan 88 as the company's flagship.
Qualcomm is reportedly preparing to launch a brand-new video streaming dongle that'll see the company go up against the likes of Google's Chromecast and Roku's Streaming Stick.
Acoustic Research has been "reborn" at the Bristol Show 2015, with the company's newly-formed High-End and Digital division introducing two new high-resolution audio products.
From the upcoming launch of a new YouTube app designed just for children to the opening of Monitor Audio's online shop, here's all the news in brief from What Hi-Fi? on 20th February.
Our experience of PMC's Twenty speaker series up to this point has been a flawless one – the 21s, 22s, 23s and 26s have all walked away with five stars. Now there's a new addition looking to follow suit.
Sound and Vision – The Bristol Show is often a great chance for us to take a first look at the latest products from the major hi-fi and home cinema brands, with Quad proving no exception this year.
Just four months after we were introduced to the first portable Bluetooth speaker from B&O Play by Bang and Olufsen, the company has returned with an all-new wireless device to shout about.
A date for all smartphone enthusiasts to pencil in your diaries, an upgrade for owners of Pro-Ject Debut Carbon turntables and a new Ultra HD alliance – here's all the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.