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Spotify has come to the U.S. Christopher Breen takes a first look at the subscription music service.
If your iOS device's music sounds lifeless through your headphones, computer speakers, or car audio system, you'll likely enjoy the savory sparkle brought to that music via SRS Labs' iWow 3D.
The CasaTunes music server is a Windows media center PC designed to deliver multiple music sources to rooms throughout your house. While it's a polished system, it could be improved with access to a greater variety of online content.
Pure's Evoke Flow harkens back to the "beach radio" of old. Of course it has a modern twist -- FM, streaming Internet stations, and your computer's audio content.
If you have a Sonos Multi-room Music System and an iPod or iPhone you'd like to easily incorporate into that system, the Sonos Wireless Dock (WD100) is a no-brainer.
The Squeezebox Touch is a great way to connect Internet music sources and your own collection to a set of external speakers, especially in a home theater.
Buffalo’s Dualie is two things in one. It’s a dock for your iPhone or iPod and a dock for a portable 500GB hard drive.
The number of high-quality e-readers available is mushrooming. We tested seven and gave our highest marks to one that might surprise you.
With the addition of ePub support, the Sony Reader Touch Edition shapes up as a formidable competitor to Amazon's Kindles.
Poky performance issues prevent us from making an unqualified recommendation of this e-book reader.
The Sony Reader Pocket Edition delivers mainstream e-book features in a highly portable package at a great price.
From its aspirational brand name to its hip tinted metallic case, Interead's Cool-ER e-book reader clearly strives to distinguish itself from the black-and-gray competition
This e-book reader is curiously named because the e-book reader is decidedly unslick, with a utilitarian appearance that lacks the elegance of competing e-book readers.
The Astak EZReader PocketPro has lots of great features for its price, but they don't make up for poor font options and subpar usability.
Though the Kindle DX is an impressive e-book reader, its high price will likely turn off some prospective buyers.