CEntrance will be among the many manufacturers showcasing their latest products at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, with the Chicago-based digital audio company taking the wraps off the new HiFi-Skÿn.
From the news that Netflix is "never" going to introduce offline viewing to Sky's $4m investment in a US streaming software provider, here's the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s Christmas wrap.
LG is to showcase its latest Music Flow wireless speakers at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, with the line-up including the company's first battery-powered wi-fi speaker and streaming 3D Blu-ray player.
From the news that Tidal's lossless streaming service is now available through Linn's DS network players to the UK launch of Google Play Music's Concierge service, here is the news in brief from What Hi-Fi? on 19th December.
Sweden-based Degauss Labs has announced the launch of its Noir range of in-ear headphones, complete with a headset control and mic for using with smartphones.
A new report has revealed that consumers opt for "substance over style" when it comes to audio products, with just 23 per cent of those questioned satisfied by the sound quality of their devices.
Apple has been cleared in a $1bn class-action lawsuit that had accused the Cupertino giant of having used unlawful and unfair tactics to dominate the digital music sector.
Amazon, Apple, Google, Samsung, Sony and Tesco – introducing the six new tablets that you will want and that are helping to usher in a new year as the January 2015 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision hits the shelves today [17th December].
Bose is planning to launch its own music streaming service, judging by a recent job advertisement that indicates the audio manufacturer is looking to recruit a senior user experience designer.
LG has revealed it is to unveil a new 4K TV using quantum dot technology at CES 2015, a screen that expands the manufacturer's TV line-up for 2015 and joins other Ultra HD and OLED products.
BT has moved one step closer towards the acquisition of UK mobile network EE after it confirmed that it had started exclusive negotiations with current owners Deutsche Telekom and Orange.
Cambridge-based audio manufacturer Blue Aura claims to have developed the "world's first" Bluetooth tower speakers, the X40s.
From the news that BBC Three is to become an online-only channel to the redesign of Deezer on mobile, here is the news in brief from What Hi-Fi? on 12th December.
It's now a matter of weeks until CES 2015 showcases the best in new tech products – and Audio-Technica is going to be among the many companies with fresh kit to premiere in Las Vegas.
TEAC has announced the introduction of the £250 AI-101DA integrated amplifier with USB DAC – the first product in its new 'baby' Reference 101 series that marks the next stage in its "quest to miniaturise hi-fi".
Qobuz, the lossless streaming and high-res download service, has announced a series of updates, including redesigned Android and iOS apps.
New research published by communications regulator Ofcom might cause a little bit of alarm for the TV industry, after it was revealed the number of UK households that own a set has dropped for the first time in a long while.
A $1bn class action has begun against Apple in the US – but lawyers could already be facing an uphill struggle to prove the iPod manufacturer used unlawful tactics to dominate the digital music sector.
If you're after a wireless speaker that's a little less conventional, then Hong Kong-based start-up Crazybaby might have just the thing...
If there's someone you know who has developed a sense of wanderlust and is preparing to go on their travels, it could be tricky to know what makes the perfect gift this Christmas. Thankfully, that's where we can help.
From the news that Cabasse has introduced new features to its Stream range to the arrival of a Sky TV app on the PlayStation 4, here is the news in brief from What Hi-Fi? on 5th December.
Is there a tech pioneer in your family? Someone you know love to be at the cutting edge of innovation? We're expecting yet more consumer electronics developments next year, but you needn't wait to get ahead of the curve.
US manufacturer Noble Audio has announced the launch of the new K10 in-ear headphones, a universal-fit version of its flagship 10-driver buds that can be yours for a cool £999.
New Zealand's Lambert Company has taken the wraps off its Small Wonder range of audio components – and now it's turning to the Indiegogo crowdfunding community for support.
TEAC has announced the arrival of its new TN-300 hi-fi turntable, which comes with a built-in phono stage and has been designed for "both analogue and digital worlds".