The smartphone market is no stranger to fierce competition between the major manufacturers, with the likes of Apple, Samsung and others battling to introduce the next "must-have" flagship handset.
We're well used to streaming our music- or video-on-demand without the need for a wired connection nowadays - yet it seems as though live TV broadcasting is resisting the trend... until now perhaps?
Guvera might not be a name you're familiar with at the moment – but it could become the newest addition to the UK music-streaming market, after it acquired Blinkbox Music.
Apogee Electronics has announced the introduction of Groove – its new portable USB digital-to-analogue converter and headphone amplifier that's been designed for use with Macs and PCs.
Pioneer has introduced the latest generation of its pro-DJ headphones in the shape of the brand-new HDJ-2000MK2, which are due to hit the shelves in late February with a price tag of £259.
This week we saw the expansion of Tidal's lossless streaming service into five more European countries and the launch of the B&O Play BeoPlay H2 headphones in two additional colours. Here's the news in brief for you from What Hi-Fi? on 23rd January.
Creative has announced the launch of its new "ultra-light" Sound Blaster JAM headphones, which have been designed to let you stream content from your mobile device on the move.
Rega is to release a limited edition of its Award-winning RP1 turntable to help mark Record Store Day – the annual celebration of vinyl records that's taking place on Saturday 18th April this year.
Pioneer DJ has launched its latest line of professional studio products with the introduction of the HRM-7 monitor headphones – a product that's designed with dance music producers in mind.
A brand-new online video streaming platform designed to take on the likes of YouTube has taken a step closer towards its full launch after announcing details of an invitation-only public beta.
After completing the acquisition of NuForce in late 2014, Optoma has revealed that its new audio range – including hi-fi, home cinema and mobile products – will hit the shelves on 2nd February.
With Apple reportedly planning to relaunch the Beats Music streaming service under the iTunes brand later this year, the Cupertino tech giant has stepped up preparations with the purchase of analytics service Musicmetric.
Netflix has told its shareholders that it believes it can complete its worldwide expansion "over the next two years", with the video streaming service already in operation in around 50 countries.
TV production companies Avalon and Hat Trick have reportedly approached the BBC with a view to buying BBC Three, but the corporation has responded by saying the channel is "not for sale".
Tannoy has announced the latest additions to its Revolution speaker range with the five-strong XT series – all of which come fitted with the latest version of the company's Dual Concentric driver.
Zorloo has announced the launch of the "world's first" fully digital earphones (though we might dispute that) with a built-in DAC and high-powered amplifier – a concept that's already proved a resounding success judging by its Indiegogo campaign.
Ultimate Ears has confirmed that it has teamed up with semiconductor company CSR as it looks to improve how existing and future owners of the UE Boom or UE Megaboom speakers listen to their music on the go.
Sony proved to be one of the busiest manufacturers over at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, with a whole host of new products unveiled – including 12 brand-new TV ranges and the NWZ-ZX2 Walkman.
Xiaomi has sought to underline its smartphone credentials in 2015 with the launch of the flagship Mi Note – a 5.7in handset that'll pit the Chinese manufacturer against Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
Aerix is to become one of the first wi-fi speaker brands to launch DTS Play-Fi wireless technology in Europe, with the aim of delivering a "multi-room, multi-zone, multi-user" listening experience.
LG Display has halted work on an OLED production line in South Korea following a nitrogen gas leak and the deaths of two factory workers.
From the news that Spotify has uncovered a shift towards mobile streaming to the introduction of a new TV-controlling wearable device from Virgin Media, here's the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Chinese manufacturer HDTA has announced the launch of Serenade – its new "world first" hybrid DAC and headphone amplifier that is capable of supporting 32-bit/384kHz and DSD512 audio.
UK AV manufacturer Lindy has announced the launch of the Mini Headphone Amplifier and Splitter – a device it says has been designed with portable players including smartphones and tablets in mind.
Stylish. Functional. Portable. It's time to jazz up your music on the move and go wireless – we take a look at some of the best portable speakers as the latest issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision goes on sale today [14th January].