Portable Media Players Guide
Valve is adding a whole range of new devices into its ensemble, including the Steam Link, a device which allows you to stream PC games directly to your TV.
This year's PIKOM Fair (I) has been brought forward. For whatever reason, this fair turned out to be a rather small one, but that doesn't mean there's nothing here.
Encouraged by last year's performance, ASUS unveiled new products for 2015 to frontline their bid for supremacy in Malaysia.
Sony has just revealed their HRA product line-up of 2015, which includes a new top-of-the-line Walkman, headphones, wireless speakers, home theater systems and multi-channel integrated amplifiers. More details within.
After a 10-year battle, a jury on Tuesday cleared Apple of antitrust violations of iPod restrictions after a week-long trial.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Apple deleted songs from some users' iPod that were downloaded from rival music services between 2007 and 2009 without their consent.
The FiiO X1 is a portable hi-res audio music player with an affordable price tag. Does it really deliver what it's meant to achieve? Find out the full story, after the jump!
The NWZ-ZX1 is Sony's new 24-bit/192kHz-capable portable music player. It's designed for audiophiles with a large library of high-res FLAC, linear PCM, ALAC, or AIFF files, so read on for our impressions.
Some sources have reported that Apple has given the opportunity to all the third-party developers to create applications for Apple's first wearable device, which is unofficially dubbed the iWatch by most.
There's a range of audio products from Sony that “bring you closer to the spirit and soul of the artist’s original performance”, with a new digital music player, several High-Resolution headphones, some hybrid in-ear headphones and a quality headphone amplifier at IFA 2014.