Ultimate Ears have detonated released the MEGABLAST and BLAST. True to their heritage they are portable, IP67 waterproof, with the distinctive Ultimate Ears 360° sound,
What’s a network audio player, and why would you want one? Let’s dive into one of the best on the market to see what it’s
If you have never seen a speaker with colours called Concrete, Avocado and Unicorn then pop into a major retailer and have a look at
Braven (pronounced Brave N) was founded 2011 – its focus is on Bluetooth outdoor, active, and premium audio solutions.
Sony went overboard releasing more than 20 new consumer electronic devices and sending nine press releases to prove it.
The WD My Cloud Home review was done over a week or so – sometimes the less obvious quirks don’t show up.
Telstra has announced details of its latest video streaming box, the Telstra TV, which will be available for purchase from October 31. As Australians shift
That had me scratching my head. I went to use Google Play Music on my phone to play some audio test tracks … and they
Let’s say that you have a TV that isn’t quite as smart as you’d like it to be. That’s often the case, even with newer
A lot has happened since September 9, 2015, when the 4th Generation Apple TV was announced. Since then, 4K, or ‘Ultra HD’ televisions have become the
Music streaming service Pandora has ceased operations in Australia and New Zealand, as of yesterday. Previously we were the only nations outside of the US
I am still awaiting formal confirmation from Apple, but it seems that the iPod is dead. (UPDATE: Now confirmed by Apple Australia with the following
I think the word is “synergy”. It was popular a few years ago when companies felt they could bring together different, but complementary, ideas and
Over the last couple of days I’ve kept stumbling across reports claiming that MP3 is no more. That, says Gizmodo, “it’s dead”. The piece title
People who like high resolution music, and like to use a computer to deliver it, have been irritated for years by the failure of Windows
My, hasn’t the Walkman come a long way? The original chunky portable cassette player from 37 years ago has shrunk, become more robust, delivers far