The Flexound Pulse uses multisensory audio to create what it claims is a more immersive listening experience.
Hisense's 2021 TV range has come to the UK, and with entry-level sets to Mini LED models, there's something for everyone.
After a string of leaks, the latest Beats noise-cancelling earbuds have landed. They're cheaper than Apple's AirPods Pro, too.
T3's handed out no fewer than 90 awards - but who got what? Here are highlights, from best headphones to best TVs.
Razer has launched the Opus X, over-ear Bluetooth headphones with noise-cancelling, for a knockdown price.
Leaked schematics of the new iPad Mini suggest look consistent with previous rumours – same chassis but with bigger screen.
Quiz It's Record Store Day and vinyl sales have rocketed to their highest in three decades. But what are people buying?
Amazon Prime Day isn't until 21st June, but some deals have slipped out early. Here is our pick of the best bargains.
BenQ has launched two new Android TV-powered 4K HDR projectors designed to deliver the goods even in the day.
There's now another reason to buy an LG OLED TV – a five-year panel warranty on its more premium sets.
Known for its multi-room speakers, Audio Pro has now launched its first truly portable wireless speaker.
Here's the complete Record Store Day release list to help you find the vinyl of your dreams this Saturday.
US audiences will be able to watch the world's biggest sporting event in 4K HDR and with immersive Atmos sound. Probably.
With Xbox's upcoming app, all you need to play is a controller. And an internet connected TV. And a subscription to Xbox Game Pass.
You'll soon be able to experience any track in virtual 3D audio thanks to Apple's new Spatialized Stereo function.
Peacock cosies up to Samsung, the world's biggest smart TV maker. And just in time for the Olympics, too...
Sharp has a big screen for small money in its new 4K TV range, with Android TV and sound by Harman Kardon thrown in.
The latest true wireless earbuds from Soundcore by Anker, the Life P3, offer plenty of features for very little money.
Monoprice has released the SB-300, a 2.1 soundbar with virtual Dolby Atmos that comes in at under $180.