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Ready for speakers in the ceiling? Dolby Atmos will soon make the jump from high-end movie theaters to the home theater, and then to your headphones too.
The Sonos 5.1 software update means that you can set up and run Sonos on your Wi-Fi network without having a wired connection to your router.
This week's roundup of new gear for your iOS devices includes several docks for charging and syncing -- and maybe even for putting it at the center of your home-entertainment system.
Neil Young's PonoPlayer arrives in a few months to deliver high-resolution audio playback to serious audiophiles. But you can get your hands on Sony's NWZ-ZX1 Walkman now -- if you're willing to pay up for this high-res audio music player.
How to turn your family photos into a musical slideshow
If all goes well, someday you'll be able to run a full Sonos system without wiring anything to your router.
The deep integration is a first for both Sonos and Play Music.
Less than 24 hours after debuting on Kickstarter, the Pono is fully funded with another month of its campaign left to go.
All you need is a good multi-use monitor and and awesome set of speakers.
On Wednesday Pure announced that its Jongo multiroom music system is now available for purchase.
Stanley is an Internet-connected vintage player piano powered by a MacBook Air that can play just about any song you tweet his way.
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On Wednesday, Google joined Spotify, Mog, Rdio, Rhapsody, and Slacker with the launch of its Google Play Music All Access subscription music service. We go hands-on to give it a try.
Amazon's AutoRip provides free 256 kbps MP3 tracks for every song on a vinyl album purchased from Amazon, and automatically adds them to its Cloud Player online storage.