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Sony’s 2016 TVs are all about the dynamic range

It’s not just enough to support the higher definition content coming from 4K Blu-rays, you have to have a higher range of colours, too, which is precisely what Sony intends to offer this year.

3:12 pm 06/01/2016 By Leigh D. Stark

Warner to bring Lego Movie, Mad Max to Ultra HD Blu-ray

Ultra HD TVs have been around for a few years, but content, that’s been a bit hard to find. Fortunately it’s on the way in a new Blu-ray format, and Warner Bros has details on the first few titles.

3:30 pm 04/01/2016 By Leigh D. Stark

Samsung, Dolby collaborate for surreal surround in 2016

CES hasn’t officially started, but there’s already good news coming out of Vegas for sound enthusiasts, as Samsung talks up a world of Atmos for its surround sound speakers.

11:55 am 04/01/2016 By Leigh D. Stark

Sonos ready with Apple Music beta

Sonos owners with an Apple Music account rejoice: the service is now live on your multi-room music system. Sort of.

5:15 pm 16/12/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Google to roll out family plans to Play Music

You can call this one of those first world problems, but whenever someone at home plays something on the Google Play Music account, this journalist’s music stops playing on his phone. But not anymore.

5:24 pm 11/12/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sony shrinks a projector down to phone-like portability

Ever since LCDs got to the point where they were both large and relatively inexpensive, the need for projectors has been waning, but Sony wants to bring it back with a pint-sized portable packing a little power.

8:42 am 11/12/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple Music, Guvera join Sonos

Sonos owners are about to get two more services to add to its arsenal, allowing the music streaming service to really pull out ahead of its competitors.

10:52 am 01/12/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Symantec finds Smart TVs may not outsmart security exploits

The idea of a “Smart TV” is one that can go online, but when is a so-called Smart TV not quite smart? When it can get hacked.

5:40 pm 25/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Bang & Olufsen celebrates 90, reveals one insane speaker

Luxury brand Bang & Olufsen has been building its high-end gear for almost a century, and in its 90th year, we’re seeing something truly special come out of its design studios.

11:34 am 25/11/2015 By Staff writers

Review: Bose SoundTouch 10

The next area to get attention in the sound world isn’t big headphones, though we love those too. No, it’s multi-room, and while Sonos may well dominate, Bose is looking to make a dent even in the entry level.

3:10 pm 20/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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