High-resolution streaming audio service provider Qobuz announced that it is eliminating its MP3 (lossy) streaming tier and introducing a one-price plan
Ausounds is entering the marketplace as a new brand of headphones, with its inaugural model being true wireless and featuring active noise cancellation
Leaks suggest that, at its event in NYC next week, Sonos will announce a new Bluetooth-enabled, battery-powered portable speaker.
Upon it's Nov. 12 launch, Disney+ will be available as standalone service for $6.99/month or as a bundle with ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99/month.
The addition of Philips brings the number of WiSA TV manufacturer members up to seven. The organization said it is on pace to have more than 20 million WiSA Ready TVs in consumers' homes by 2020.
Apple AirPlay 2 is now available for select NAD Electronics products by updating to version 3.4.20 of BluOS. Once activated, AirPlay 2 will allow users to stream their favorite audio content directly from their Apple device.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed via Twitter that Netflix and YouTube content could make its way to the vehicles as early as August.
AT&T's streaming service HBO Max is slated to launch next year, and according to CEO Randall Stephenson, we can expect live TV to eventually make its way onto the platform.
LG announced that it will begin rolling out a firmware update to its 2019 lineup of ThinQ AI enabled TVs, bringing Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support to customers in more than 140 countries.