Due at the Las Vegas shindig next week, the HU80KA is half the size of traditional projectors
Your smart speaker could be about to slip adverts into Alexa skills, or suggest other products from companies based on your buying history.
Google Assistant will be available to customers in certain countries, alongside LG's own virtual assistant that will control its ThinQ-branded products.
The speaker, to be launched at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, will come in three forms: Handy, Neckband, and a smartphone cover.
The line-up includes the first audio products designed as part of LG's new partnership with Meridian Audio, and its first speaker with Google Assistant built-in...
This could mean your television links with your smart speaker, fridge or other internet-connected appliances.
The standards will be in place in time for the 2020 Olympic games, which NHK in Japan intends to broadcast in 8K.
This follows the streaming service recently supporting Apple CarPlay and comes despite rumours of money troubles.
The company reduces CPU speeds because of degrading batteries, in an attempt to stop your phone randomly shutting down.
The move is Alphabet's third entry into the streaming world, following Google Play Music and YouTube Red in the US.
The company's Indiegogo campaign wants to bring you 32bit/384kHz audio from dual ESS ES9028Q2M DACs.
The Juke Box E comes with a built-in moving-magnet phono stage, Bluetooth receiver, pre-amp and power amp. All in one box.
Available from iPhone 5 forward, this move means you'll be able to play your tunes through your car's visual dashboard system.
The new range comprises of the Stream, the Relax and the Meisterstück, and is set to launch in the UK later this month.
The 5.1 surround system has Bluetooth and Google Chromecast capabilities, as well as Ultra HD 4K pass-through.
Sonos One owners can now navigate their favourite Spotify playlists without pushing a single button.
The company has not given an explanation for the delay to its smart speaker, simply saying that it "need[s] a little more time"
This £3600 speaker has two million tracks available (which it grabs from the Internet, along with lyrics from a Japanese database) via its wi-fi connection.
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