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Sennheiser has launched a bevvy of new headphones at CES 2015, including the next generation of the popular Momentum range.
Samsung has used CES 2015 to tease a premium range of omni-directional multi-room speakers, due to launch later this year.
It's not just about curved TVs at CES 2015, with LG unveiling its second curved smartphone in the form of the LG G Flex 2.
The music streamer category at the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014 has had a shake up compared to 2013, with three newcomers joining just the one return winner that cover price tags from less than £500 to over £2000.
Taking 2014's love of selfies and running with it, HTC has announced the launch of the Desire Eye, which offers the highest quality front-facing camera on the market.
We unbox Pioneer's flagship Dolby Atmos AV receiver and the successor to last year's five-star SC-LX87.
Denon has confirmed the features of the first three of its new AV receivers for 2014, starting the 2014 X-Series at £399.
Damson enters the wireless headphone market with Headbones, bone conduction headphones that sit outside of the ear.
Sony unveils the Xperia Z1 Compact smartphone, offering flagship features with a smaller body and cheaper price tag.
All the details of Panasonic's 2014 TV range, including a new 4K range, LED sets and a brand new smart TV platform.
Panasonic's new 4K range launching in 58-65in screen sizes with a redesigned Life+ Screen smart TV platform, alongside soundbars, Blu-ray players and more
The six best systems of 2013, from home cinema packages and music systems to multiroom streaming solutions.
Despite some strong competition from some great Android phones, 2013 is the year of the iPhone once more.