The diminutive Core is one of the best Bluetooth speakers ever. The Core Sub is icing on that sonic cake.
Wi-Fi connectivity and a smartphone app help deliver a precisely calculated brew.
The aluminum enclosures are pretty and all, but it's the sound that makes these headphones worth the price of admission.
It’ll fill the smaller spaces in your home with sound, but you’ll need its bigger sibling for the living room.
You might think they’re expensive at $400, but their sound and fit rival custom-made monitors that cost nearly three times more.
The unusual-looking AmpliFi 802.11ac Wi-Fi router series will ship with two pre-paired range extenders.
This 802.11ac router has a ZigBee radio built in, and you can add support for Bluetooth and/or Z-Wave with USB dongles.
Venerable British audio company Bowers & Wilkins has been snapped up by a startup that's flush with Silicon Valley cash. Little-known Eva Automation has no publicly announced products, but it has top-notch management and superstar backing. Better still, B&W's Joe Atkins will remain as CEO.
This innovative device could lead to better medical outcomes while reducing family friction.
For those who’d rather spend their time drinking great coffee than learning how to be a barista.
The Zipp and Zipp Mini sound good, but they illustrate the distinction between a multi-room audio system and a whole-home audio system.
Open-source firmware fans will be attracted to the DD-WRT NXT firmware Buffalo chose, but Linksys has built the better router.
Thumbs up for offering open-source firmware, Buffalo, but make sure it exposes all the router's features.
This router is a good performer, but it's too early in the game to pay more for multi-user MIMO.
There's support for Bluetooth and AirPlay in addition to Yamaha's own technology, but is it better than Sonos?