After evaluating sound quality, design, smart features and more, we chose the Sonos One as the smart speaker to beat.
While the HomePod excels at audio, Siri's weaknesses, Apple Music lock-in and a wood-damaging design threaten to derail Apple's smart speaker efforts.
Apple is taking on Amazon and Google with the HomePod, but a delayed launch and limited capabilities could doom the new product.
LG has announced a new audio lineup that includes a Dolby Atmos soundbar and a smart speaker that supports Google Assistant.
The Sonos One reviews are in, and its sound quality and Alexa integration impress, but this smart speaker has some drawbacks. Here’s the pros and cons.
Sonos' latest speaker packs Alexa and great audio for $200, and it will also support Google Assistant and Siri.
Priced at $3,000, Devialet's Phantom Gold Bluetooth speaker is packing a powerful 4500-watt amplifier which will blow your socks off.
A study commissioned by Sonos suggests that sharing music with your partner could spice things up between the sheets.
The $35 Chromecast Audio plugs into any existing set of speakers and streams music via Wi-Fi, just as the regular Chromecast does for TVs.
With the power and features of a full surround-sound kit, Sony's top soundbar makes the case to stop festooning the room with speakers.
Mass Fidelity announces a wireless subwoofer to its already powerful Core speaker to thunderous results.
Mass Fidelity's Core Speaker could make your stereo obsolete, combining amazing multi-directional audio with a host of inputs.
Fugoo's portable Bluetooth speaker bests the competition in all the areas that matter: ruggedness, battery life and sound quality.
Many enter debt to pay for the latest techie toy. But technology is a two-edged sword that can also help us save money.
Tom's had a chance to sit down with Dinesh Paliwal, President and CEO of Harman International, to talk about Apple, the Grammys and more.