Don't-Miss Home tech Stories
Accessory maker New Potato Technologies has released the TuneLink Auto, an in-car audio solution for iOS devices that works using Bluetooth and an FM transmitter or auxiliary cable.
Onkyo has announced new audio-video and stereo mini systems aimed for casual home and office use.
Music subscription services are moving from the Web to iOS and household players. Here's a look at Mog, Napster, Rdio, and Rhapsody.
On Thursday, Sony introduced the XNV-770BT and XNV-660BT touchscreen [in-dash car navigation systems, which combine GPS, iPod connectivity, CD/DVD playback, and Bluetooth.
Sonos releases its free, multi-pane iPad controller app.
Sonos has announced the Sonos Wireless Dock, which will complement the company's Multi-Room Music System by wirelessly sending music from your iPhone or iPod to Sonos ZonePlayers throughout your home.
On Monday Orb Networks introduced the Orb Music Player (MP-1), designed to let you stream audio from your computer and various Internet sources to your stereo.
Whether your grad is exiting high school or college remind them that it's not all just pomp and circumstance with this selection of potential gifts. There's something for everybody who's about to take their first step into a larger world.
If Sonos' S5 powered speaker sounds a little one-dimensional to you, the 3.2 update brings a welcome new feature to those with two S5s.
Greenpeace hit out at Samsung on Wednesday for reneging on promises to remove harmful substances from its electronics products.
Japanese research and development firm Eamex claims to have found a new way to increase the typical average life of a high-capacity lithium-ion battery.
New Cool-ER Compact and Connect models take e-book manufacturer forwards.
E-book readers were everywhere on the show floor at CES. It remains to be seen which one will stand out from the crowd, but there will be plenty of e-book readers to choose from in 2010.
Fujitsu is looking into bringing the FLEPia to the U.S. Hopefully, the company will do so soon, as this flexible e-paper reader looks very promising.
The Alex doesn't have the biggest display, nor the most colorful. But it does have a highly usable and well-integrated LCD screen.