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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

The new LG 4K TV will make use of quantum dot technology

As can be expected from TV manufacturers across the board, LG has announced that it will unveil a new 4K UHD TV at CES 2015 in January. What makes this (as yet nameless) model interesting is the fact that it will make use of quantum dot technology. In short, that means brighter, more colorful viewing.  Read More

The ATH-CKR10 earphones carry the Hi-Res Audio logo, a new industry standard launched back...

Audio-Technica has launched a new range of SonicPro in-ear headphones. Designed to get the most from high resolution audio sources, the range includes the ATH-CKR10 and ATH-CKR9 earphones which feature proprietary push-pull driver technology that's said to rival larger headphones for clarity and accuracy, particularly in the mids and highs.  Read More

The Gramofon is a Wi-Fi-enabled device that allows users to stream Spotify to a non-wirele...

Connecting computers and mobile devices to a home hi-fi can mean either trailing wires across a room or buying expensive pieces of streaming kit. The Gramofon, however, lets you stream Spotify wirelessly to a non-wireless sound system. Gizmag pressed play and took a look.  Read More

The Pyro Fireshooter is a wearable device that shoots fireballs from the user's wrist

If you've already written your Christmas list for Santa, you may want to redraft it. That's because there's a new device available that lets you shoot balls of fire from your hands. Yes, like a superhero.  Read More

Here's a hands on look at Amazon's new Fire TV Stick

Amazon entered the battle for the living room when it launched its Fire TV set-top box earlier this year. More recently it expanded its attack with the launch of the Fire TV Stick that competes with the Chromecast and the Roku Streaming Stick. Here's our hands-on look at how it performs and how it stacks up against the competitors.  Read More

Gleeful Sharks fans install the Buttkicker Advance unit under their couch

Watching a professional-league hockey game from front-row seats can be fairly intense, particularly when players crash into the boards right in front of you. Watching games on your TV at home isn't quite as exciting, although the San Jose Sharks, Comcast SportsNet California and The Guitammer Company want to change that. Using Guitammer's existing Buttkicker kit, they want to let home-viewing Sharks fans feel all the board hits through their couches.  Read More

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