Best of Show awards celebrate the audio industry's finest in five categories; plus visitors treated to an exclusive UK demo of Queen: The Studio Collection on vinyl.
New legislation will simplify consumer rights when buying goods and services, and covers digital content for the first time.
Since Bowers & Wilkins first introduced its 800 Series loudspeakers in 1979, the range has represented the pinnacle of the company’s technological and manufacturing know-how.
Sony is expanding its home cinema line-up with three new projectors, two of which deliver native 4K resolution images.
Harman International is the latest audio group to offer Tidal's music streaming on a range of its audio products.
Bang & Olufsen has made a name for itself with its iconic product designs, and its latest creation - a standalone wireless speaker for the home - is typically striking.
Yesterday Technics caused quite a stir at IFA with its prototype turntable, today it has unveiled its first pair of hi-fi headphones since the brand was relaunched last year.
Yesterday it was Technics who unveiled its new prototype turntable to the world at IFA, today it's the turn of Audio-Technica with its £330 AT-LP5.
We don't see many stereo receivers these days, but Onkyo has unveiled two new models, the £549 TX-8150 (above) and the £449 TX-8130. It has also launched a no-frills multichannel AV receiver, the £199 TX-SR252, with 4K compatibility.
Want a home cinema system without all the hassle of cables and separate speakers? This combi 200W amplifier built into a soundbase is a neat solution.
Hi-fi trade body Clarity and Universal Music have teamed up to offer visitors to the National Audio Show in September an exclusive demo of Queen's Studio Collection 180g vinyl box set, a week before it is released.
Handmade in Germany, the £799 Astell & Kern Ti8e headphones will incorporate Beyerdynamic Tesla driver technology
There's a social media storm brewing over Spotify's forthcoming changes to the data it collects from users' smartphones and other devices.
The Sky+ set-top box gets its third update this year with the addition of Watchlist and Watch from Start functionality.
Apple has issued its own figures about Apple Music users, disputing the results of a MusicWatch survey which said 48 per cent of the initial 11 million subscribers had stopped using it.
We've teamed up with Sennheiser to give away three pairs of tickets to Sennheiser's 'Reshaping Excellence' event in London on 27th August to celebrate the company's 70th anniversary.
There's another new entrant to the hi-fi market in the form of British company Kleio Audio, founded in 2012.
In another sign of consolidation in the TV manufacturing market, Sharp America has been taken over by Chinese electronics giant Hisense.
We gave the original Denon CEOL Piccolo five stars in 2013, now there's a new version which is £70 cheaper.
The number of songs streamed in a week broke through the 500 million barrier for the first time in the week to 16th July 2015.
Around a quarter of internet users in the UK still access content such as music and films illegally, according to the latest research from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO).
British speaker specialist PMC opened its new Holme Court HQ to 120 visitors, who were treated to a demo of its top-of-the-range speakers.
Once again Apple has broken records with third quarter revenues of $49.6bn and a net profit of $10.7bn, selling 47.5 million iPhones.
Named after Harrison Ford's lead character in Blade Runner, and with casework created by BMW Designworks, the Audeze Deckard has an interesting pedigree.
Last year it became legal to copy CDs and DVDs for your own personal use; now it's been deemed illegal again by the High Court. The law is a mess, and fails to take account of how technology has changed the way we access music and films.