In the market for a great pair of headphones but don't want to spend more than £50? You might think that a low price tag means low quality – but think again...
Pure has long been renowned for its wireless audio products, ranging from DAB digital radios to its Jongo multi-room system. But now, perhaps surprisingly, is the first time the manufacturer has unveiled a portable Bluetooth speaker.
First unveiled at the CEDIA Expo in Denver last month [September], the new Prestige Series from Canadian hi-fi speaker manufacturer Paradigm is coming to the UK and Ireland this November.
If the lack of 4K content has been the last remaining barrier to purchasing an Ultra HD TV now that prices have started coming down, Sony has announced details of a new offer designed to address that issue for you.
YouTube chief executive Susan Wojcicki has confirmed reports that a music subscription service is being developed by the video streaming service, but it's no clearer as to when it will launch.
The latest product to strike a chord with the Kickstarter crowdfunding fraternity has been revealed – and it has come from in the shape of Hooke's "multi-functional wireless 3D audio" headphones.
It's taken more or less the whole year, but Lenovo has now completed the acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google – and it's become the world's third largest smartphone maker in the process.
Clearaudio claims to have radically reviewed the fundamentals of phono stage design, with the launch of two new phono stages, one of which incorporates the input to the phono stage within the tonearm's headshell.
EE has announced the launch of 4G+ mobile broadband, which delivers "real world mobile data speeds" of 150Mbps to your smartphone – though it's only available in central London for now.
Tech start-up Woojer has announced the launch of its "silent, wearable" subwoofer, a device that has been designed by a rock concert audio engineer and lets you "physically feel sound".
It would seem that it's now all but over for plasma as a mainstream TV market, after LG confirmed that it will be calling time on the production of plasma display panels with effect from 30th November.
Razer has announced the launch of its new Leviathan soundbar, which is designed for use with "a wide range of entertainment applications", from gaming to music and movies, and sports aptX Bluetooth, all for under £200.
Napster's music streaming service is to be integrated into new Audi A6, A7 and TT models from this autumn, providing owners with access to more than 32 million songs while out driving.
It has been a good five months since Apple completed the acquisition of Beats Electronics in a deal worth US$3bn, but not much has been given away about what lies ahead for the Beats brand.
It has only been a few days since the UK debut of Amazon's Fire TV set-top box, but the online retailer has further expanded its video streaming product range with the new Fire TV Stick.
GoerTek – a consumer electronics company based in China – has announced it has acquired the majority of shares in Dynaudio, the high-end speaker manufacturer founded in 1977.
First launched in summer 2013, Google's Chromecast is among the wide range of products that has made video streaming such a big deal in recent months – and now the second edition is on its way.
YouView has announced that customers can now access the new-look BBC iPlayer – as well as BBC Connected Red Button services – through the on-demand TV service.
Primare's high-end BD32 multi-format player has undergone a bit of a makeover – and now the manufacturer has taken the wraps off the updated model, complete with 4K Ultra HD upscaling.
Singapore-based audio manufacturer XMI has introduced its "most advanced portable speaker" in the form of the X-mini Clear, which is due to go on sale next month [November] complete with custom 2.1 system.
It's been more than six months since Amazon went head-to-head with the likes of Apple TV and Google Chromecast, but now that battle has come to these shores with the UK launch of its Fire TV set-top box.
The wireless speaker market goes from strength to strength, with an increasing number of manufacturers looking to satisfy our demand for more freedom when listening to our music.
An update to the Sky+ mobile app has now made it possible to view the photographs stored on your smartphone or your living room TV, without the need for wires or any other extra equipment.
Four months after it was purchased by Google in a deal reported to be worth around $39m (£24m), US-based streaming service Songza has been integrated into Google Play Music for the first time.
Xbox One owners in the UK no longer need a Sky, Virgin Media or YouView subscription to watch free-to-air HD TV channels through their console, following the European launch of the Digital TV Tuner.