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The BeoSound Moment music system from Bang & Olufsen

As you might expect, Bang & Olufsen's take on the one-stop-shop wireless music system for the living room is both stylish and expensive. The two part BeoSound Moment system comprises a hub that's compatible with B&O's entire range of wired and wireless speakers, including those boasting the company's Immaculate Wireless Sound technology, and a tablet-like wireless touch interface. When used together, they integrate digital music collections and streaming services into one unit that can match tunes to a listener's mood.  Read More

Panasonic's new Blu-Ray player prototype includes High Dynamic Range support (Photo: Eric ...

Panasonic has unveiled its next generation Blu-Ray player at CES, capable of full 4K resolution playback at 60 frames per second. It’s designed to support video processing technologies that are expected to be included in the upcoming Ultra HD Blu-Ray standards.  Read More

Google's Chromecast has evolved and we have more tips and tricks for getting the most out ...

Google's Chromecast streaming device has been around for more than a year now and its user base continues to grow. We already showed you some cool ways to get the most out of your Chromecast using the Chrome browser on a computer when the device was first released and, although those tips still work, we thought it worth taking a look at the dongle 18 months on to show you even more things it is capable of using your smartphone or tablet.  Read More

Razer's Forge TV is an Android TV micro-console that promises to stream PC games to your b...

Razer is going full out at CES, unveiling both a low-cost fitness band and an all-new Android TV micro-console. The latter, known as the Forge TV, is a device of two halves, offering both the opportunity to play Google Play games with up to four players on the big screen, as well as promising low-latency PC streaming.  Read More

Google Cast for audio will allow users to stream internet audio services wirelessly to com...

Google has announced that the Cast technology on which its Chromecast is based will soon be used in speakers. Google Cast for audio will allow users to stream audio services wirelessly to compatible speakers. Users will also be able to control the speakers via a computer or mobile device.  Read More

LG has expanded its 4K OLED lineup with seven new models

OLED TVs have been capturing eyeballs at CES for a few years now with their vibrant colors and deep blacks, and despite new competition from LCDs with quantum dot technology, the trend continues in 2015. LG's lineup at this year's show boasts no less than seven new 4K OLED TVs in flat, curved or flexible flavors with screen sizes ranging from 55 to 77 inches.  Read More

Unveiled at CES, Samsung's SUHD LCD TVs offer picture quality comparable to OLED TVs (Phot...

Samsung is expanding the already acronym-heavy TV arena at CES 2015 with its new SUHD TVs. Although the electronics giant hasn't revealed exactly what, if anything, the "S" stands for, the new line of LCD TVs pack a proprietary, eco-friendly nano-crystal technology that Samsung claims improves the color gamut, contrast and brightness to provide image quality comparable to the much more expensive OLED sets.  Read More

The Miyo DAC from H2 Designs

Though many mobile workstation users will "make do" with less-than-satisfying audio output from the notebook's built-in amplifier, high res audioholics will likely seek the help of an external DAC headphone amp. Where once you could expect to shell out quite a tidy sum for a quality sonic massager, there are now a good number of affordable devices on the market, from desktop bricks like the Sound Blaster X7 to pocket-friendly beasts like the DacMagic. The creators of Miyo are promising world-class, studio quality sound in a small, portable and affordable package and believe their DAC to be a cut above the rest.  Read More

The WAM7500 and WAM6500 provide 360-degree audio through the company's proprietary 'Ring R...

Samsung has lifted the curtain on several new audio products that will be on show at CES 2015 next week in Las Vegas. The company will show off several new Curved Soundbars to compliment its various sizes of curved TVs, as well as a pair of new speakers that boast 360-degree audio.  Read More

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