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The Woojer adds a new dimension to music listening (Photo: Paul Ridden/Gizmag)

About this time last year, the Woojer hit popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter to raise production funds. Rather than merely massaging or enhancing the output from a mobile music player with the aid of a headphone amp, the so-called wearable woofer sends beat-driven vibrations throughout the region of the body where it's placed, adding a new dimension to the personal music listening experience. The matchbox-sized device entered the consumer space at the end of October, and Gizmag has been grooving to Woojer's polyphonic beat ever since.  Read More

Beats unveiled its first product in the Apple era, the Bluetooth-enabled Solo2 headphones

The tech world has had an eye fixed on the Beats by Dr. Dre audio brand since Apple acquired it back in July. We're now getting our first glimpse of the Apple-owned Beats, as the Dr. Dre stable has just announced its first new product post-purchase just in time for the holidays: the Solo2 Wireless on-ear headphones.  Read More

The Amazon Fire Game Controller brings greater games possibilities to the Fire TV

The ability to run quality mobile games that scale up for the big screen help separate the Fire TV from other streaming set-top-boxes currently on the market. While there are some casual games you can play with the included remote, the optional Amazon Fire Game Controller is designed for more sophisticated games like first-person shooters and racing games. Here's our look at the device and whether it's likely to be a good fit for you.  Read More

Amazon's Echo is a speaker with a built-in Siri-like voice assistant

Most modern smartphones have built-in voice assistants, be it Siri, Google Now or Cortana. Amazon's new virtual secretary, though, lives inside its own Sonos-like speaker.  Read More

Amazon's Fire TV now supports streaming of content from more Android devices

Previously, the only devices able to stream content to the Fire TV were Amazon's own Kindle Fire HDX tablet or Fire smartphone. An update has now thrown open the streaming capabilities to any Android tablets or smartphones running Jellybean 4.2 or higher.  Read More

The Archt One's Sound Array evenly disperses distortion-free omnidirectional sound through...

October has been a pretty good month for streaming music lovers. Bang & Olufsen and Bowers & Wilkins have finally joined the Bluetooth speaker party, and Toronto's Mass Fidelity is proving that you don't have to be a big player to be a crowd pleaser. The folks over at Archt Audio are also hoping to make a memorable entry into the wireless speaker market with a sonic warhead known as the Archt One. This wireless audio system features a proprietary speaker technology called the Sound Array that ensures every corner of the room gets bathed in consistent quality sound.  Read More

Of course, gaming is going to be a major focus for Razer's soundbar

The soundbar market is constantly growing as more people realize they want improved sound for their entertainment, but that a proper surround sound system doesn't suit their needs. Now, Razer – a company known for its gaming peripherals – is jumping into the market with the introduction of its Leviathan 2.1 system.  Read More

The Philips 55PUS7809 is an ultra-slim smart 4K UHD LED TV with Ambilight technology (Phot...

For all this year's noise about the dawn of 4K TV, the consumer market is still very much in its infancy. As such, it can be difficult to know what to look for when considering a purchase. With its flagship 55PUS7809, Philips is hoping factors such as HD upscaling, Ambilight and price will help it to stand out from the crowd.  Read More

The BeoPlay A2 is Bang & Olufsen's first portable Bluetooth speaker

Portable Bluetooth speakers are handy for listening to music on the go, but freeing yourself from the hassle of wires doesn't mean much if you're always fretting over battery life. Bang & Olufsen's BeoPlay A2 may have you covered in this regard, as it promises 24 hours of continuous playback from a single charge – which the firm reckons is unmatched for a speaker of its size and type.  Read More

Meet B & W's first Bluetooth speaker, the T7

Bowers & Wilkins (B & W) has announced a new addition to its wireless speaker range. The T7 is the company's first Bluetooth speaker, and the most portable standalone speaker B & W has ever produced. It features two speaker drivers and two bass radiators, and sees the first commercial outing for the company's Micro Matrix cabinet technology.  Read More

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