Don't-Miss Home tech Stories
How to pick the right audio interface or mixer for your home studio.
Apple, Microsoft, and Google's battle for the home has begun in earnest; elsewhere, Apple's in a non-patentable pinch, Passbook is passing go, and you could have been reading this in Apple Freedom.
Macworld's Jason Snell and Dan Moren join host Philip Michaels to discuss the many products announced by Apple at its September 12 event.
After a hugely successful Kickstarter launch late last year, the Hidden Radio Bluetooth speaker has started shipping to supporters; the company is also accepting new orders.
The navigation and entertainment system interfaces most cars provide lack elegance or any indication that the people building them have actually spent time using them in an running vehicle.
CasaTunes, the maker of multi-room music servers that allow users to hear their tunes anywhere in the house, upgraded its operating system to include Apple’s AirPlay feature.
Following up on its iWow 3D for iOS devices, SRS Labs has announced the iWow Universal, an audio-enhancing dongle for any product with a 3.5mm headphone output jack.
Griffin Technology has announced the Twenty, a powered AirPlay amp to connect to non-powered speakers.
AirPlay-enabled speaker systems are finally widely available.
On Wednesday, Pioneer Electronics announced what it hopes will be the next stage of in-car connectivity--the AppRadio, an in-dash system that can display iOS apps on its screen.
Jabra's new Freeway Bluetooth speakerphone provides an unprecedented three speakers in addition to a full range of voice commands.
If you're wondering whether or not buying a new iPad will render your stash of existing accessories for iPad, iPhone, or even iPod obsolete, we've put the iPad 2 through the accessory ringer to see what works and what doesn't.
Audio systems that take advantage of Apple's new AirPlay feature to wirelessly stream music throughout your house are slowly starting to see the light of day.
Pure announces a new music service, two Internet radios, and a $99 iPod/iPhone AV dock.
Thanks to the portable music players we carry in our pockets it’s possible to let everyone join in the musical fun. Here are some suggesting for pumping up your party.