They’re not traditional hi-fi, but smartphones and tablets are the most popular way of consuming media on the go, so we take them just as seriously. Whether you want to prioritise movie or music-playing we’ve chosen the best devices for you...
It's been another busy year at MWC 2016 - read on for our pick of the best new kit from the show, featuring new flagship smartphones from Samsung and LG, Dolby Atmos tablets from Lenovo and completely wireless headphones from Motorola. There was even a gesture-controlled Sony Xperia projector!
The new Fire TV box supports 4K Ultra HD content from Amazon and Netflix and is available to pre-order from today for £80. There's also a new Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote costing £45.
The Fire TV Stick streaming dongle takes on the likes of the Google Chromecast and is available at a discounted rate for Amazon Prime members and for even less for new users who sign up to the Prime service.
Sony’s Z3 family goes from strength to strength with this tablet, with a superb performance Android can be proud of
The new DragonFly Black and DragonFly Red USB DACs will work with Apple and Android devices, and start from £89. There's a new Beetle DAC, too.
Sony is aiming for a "world's first" record with its new Xperia Z2 Tablet, claiming a host of unique technology and specifications to help its tablet stand apart at MWC
LG will be showing off its new G Pad II Android tablet at the IFA show in Berlin, this coming September...
Rumours and leaks surrounding the next Nexus tablet, which is expected to be made by HTC, have begun to surface online. Several different codenames have appeared along with a range of rumoured specs.
After cracking the tablet market, the online retail giant makes move into smartphones with "two new breakthrough technologies"
The Amazon Kindle HDX 7 is an excellent tablet made with Amazon users in mind, but Android fans could find it a little restrictive
With the Nokia smartphone now a thing of the past after the mobile brand was acquired by US computing giant Microsoft, the Finnish company has now turned to producing its first, branded Android tablet – the N1.
It probably hasn't escaped your attention that Apple's new iPhone is expected to surface later today [9th September]. But that's not the only mobile news to turn our heads...
Google has taken the wraps off its latest tablet, the Pixel C - the first Android tablet built entirely by the tech company rather than with a third party manufacturer.
Apple has announced a voluntary recall for all Pill XL wireless speakers, after discovering the battery "may overheat and pose a fire safety risk".