A Bloomberg report says that Sonos is developing over-the-ear headphones that could bring Google Assistant, Alexa and Siri together in the same pair of cans.
Flexible displays are all the talk at CES 2019, but most of the attention has gone toward smartphones. The Cleer Mirage brings the futuristic tech to a wireless speaker.
The GTK-PG10 speakers are ready for all your party needs, including microphone inputs and cup holders built into the frame.
Lenovo's 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker is the world's thinnest, packing big sound and lots of features into an 11-mm-thin design.
Pow Audio's Mo expandable Bluetooth speaker pops out for serious low-end power, and retracts to easily slide into a pocket.
The Yamaha MusicCast Bar 400 offers good sound and plenty of features, but you'll get the most out of it if you invest in additional MusicCast speakers to expand to a 5.1 system.
Audiophiles who already own a Roku TV and want the simplest sound solution should consider the Roku Wireless Speakers.
The Samsung HW-MS550 is a compelling, affordable soundbar option that offers plenty of inputs and support for multiroom sound.
The JBL Flip 4 improves on an already-solid speaker line, adding more battery life, more ruggedness and better sound.
Apple's HomePod isn't cheap. But is a refurbished version of the company's smart speaker worth buying?
Devialet has a plan for audio domination and it’s taking its time to make sure it works. The latest part of this is the brilliant Phantom Reactor and it’s been 10 years in the making. Devialet managed to gain prominence in the audio industry around thre
Well, this is impressive. Devialet, makers of the premium powerhouse Phantom, has gotten its incredible shrinking ray out and managed to squeeze the look and sound of its flagship device into the Devialet Phantom Reactor - a compact speaker that, despite
The Samsung HW-N850 is a big soundbar that produces big sound and comes packed with the latest features, including Dolby Atmos.
The Vizio SB36512-F6 brings true surround sound into your living room at an affordable price, has a ton of features and settings, and can handle the height of Dolby Atmos encoding.
From a new Echo Show to an Alexa-powered microwave, here are the biggest announcements of Amazon's September event.
Unveiled today, the new Alexa-powered Echo Show keeps its $129.99 but adds several welcome improvements.
The Polk Command Bar, with Alexa voice control, delivers resonant dialog and good overall sound, though Alexa can be finicky.
Bang & Olufsen's new Beosound Edge delivers an eye-catching design, clever controls and impressive sound in a circular package.
The Cavalier Maverick portable smart speaker sports premium touches such as leather and aluminum, and sounds good overall—though you can get better-sounding portable smart speakers for less.