QLED vs OLED, a battle between two great stereo amplifiers, wireless headphones and the best 4K content you can get right now - all this and more in the August issue of What Hi-Fi? magazine.
It will support Bluetooth, wi-fi, turntables and network players, and comes with a pair of integrated Icon Audio loudspeakers.
Social media giant Facebook is to break into the youth television market, with a relationship drama and game show currently planned.
The car manufacturer wants to have its own system that could theoretically integrate other services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Pandora.
Apple is looking to renegotiate its deals with record labels, to bring Apple Music and iTunes more in line with Spotify.
These wireless Bluetooth 5.0 in-ear headphones will support all major digital voice assistants, and are set to ship in August.
The 77in panel is more flexible than LG's 'wallpaper' television, but will be mostly used in advertising signage for now.
The XBR-77A1E OLED television has a 4K resolution and support for HDR10, HLG and (eventually) Dolby Vision. The 55in and 65in versions are priced at $5000 and $6500 respectively.
The new Focal models hit the shelves in July, along with an updated version of its wired Sphear S headphones...
Today is World Music Day, so why not celebrate good music at one of the many free events across the UK.
For only 99p per month, Deezer's 43 million songs could be the soundtrack of your summer. The offer lasts until 31st July.
Launched as part of the iOS 11 beta, it appears as though Apple's new Files app will allow playback of FLAC files on an iPhone - which could ultimately point to support for higher-quality audio on Apple devices.
Combining the features of the different G6 smartphones that hit the Asian and American markets, the G6+ also comes with a face-unlock feature and a low power mode - which will be available to current LG G6s via a software update.
This Play:1 base gives your Sonos system Bluetooth, DNLA and a 3.5mm input - as well as connectivity for a range of previously unsupported streaming services
B&W's current AirPlay speakers can't be updated to support Apple's new streaming technology, but the company has revealed a brand new range of AirPlay 2 products is on the way...
The Neo Mind can play lossless files up to a 24-bit/192kHz resolution, as well as streaming from Tidal, Deezer and Qobuz, and playing music over aptX Bluetooth.
Sharp claims Hisense is putting its name on poorly made TVs, which risks destroying the Sharp brand.
The list of manufacturers signed up to AirPlay 2 includes Naim, Bose, Bang & Olufsen, Devialet, Dynaudio, Bowers & Wilkins, Bluesound, Denon and more...
The Kickstarter project aims to make vinyl a cheaper and more accessible hobby, with an all-in-one record player called Seed.
Toshiba has had its fair share of financial trouble recently, but is now trying to put all that behind it with the launch of some new TVs, including its first ever 4K OLED...
Andy Rubin's new company, Essential Products, has released information about the Essential Phone and Essential Home, powered by the new operating system Ambient OS.
After the assassination of President John F Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline 'Jackie' Kennedy fights to regain her faith, console her children and define her husband's legacy
The company is set to launch the world's first stretchable panel, to be used for Internet of Things and smarthome devices.