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.
It's official – the Nokia smartphone is soon to be a thing of the past, with Microsoft confirming that it will be replacing one of the longest-standing mobile brands with the Microsoft Lumia moniker.
Virgin Media has confirmed that 5,000 more homes across north-east England will soon be able to sign up to its super-fast broadband internet service, as well as its Virgin Media TiVo TV service.
Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One are about to lock horns once again in the battle for supremacy in the next-generation console market, with forthcoming November updates promising a flurry of new features.
The cassette tape might not be dead and buried just yet, with reports from the US claiming that Disney Music Group is about to release its first cassette tape since 2003.
It could soon become easier to find legitimate online film and music services – and harder to find pirated content – after Google announced a number of new changes to its search engine.
A trio of Channel 5 channels are among five new additions to the Sky Go mobile TV service line-up, which now lets Sky subscribers access up to 70 live channels via their smartphones or tablets while on the move.
If you're a Blinkbox subscriber and would rather not have to purchase separate digital and physical versions of a TV programme or movie, the introduction of UltraViolet to the service might come as a welcome announcement.
The UK might still be awaiting blanket 4G coverage, but efforts to develop the next generation of mobile broadband – 5G – appear to be progressing, with Samsung Electronics announcing it had achieved two "milestone achievements".
Since it was first unveiled back in 2000, Discogs has been working to create the "biggest and most comprehensive music database and marketplace" – and now it's gone even further with the launch of a new online resource called VinylHub.
The ultimate Christmas wish list? It might just be. These are the Product of the Year winners from each of the 24 product categories at the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014.
You might have noticed that video streaming is very much of the moment right now, with the likes of Netflix and Amazon helping to transform the TV landscape – and it's a trend that hasn't escaped the attention of HBO.
D-Link has expanded its range of smart home products with the unveiling of mydlink Home Music Everywhere – a device that can stream music from your smartphone, tablet or network-connected media player around the home.