Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
Ultimate Ears is embracing the social aspect of listening to music with a new app feature that lets up to 3 devices connect to its line of UE Bluetooth speakers.
The $229 Bluetooth speaker goes on sale in November with better sound and a Lightning charger.
Trueplay software can customize Sonos speakers to play the best they possibly can in the rooms they’re in.
The speaker gets its name from its water-resistant enclosure—you can even rinse it off under a faucet.
Link a series of Pulse 2's together, and they'll play the same music and light show.
Home automation gets ultra simple with this smart light bulb that also streams music.
After a steady slew of improvements, Amazon removes the invite-only tag from its voice-controlled speaker.
This powerful Wi-Fi speaker brings the open-source concept to audio, and it can be used indoors or out.
A new report claims that Beats Electronics was supposed to have a new Wi-Fi home speaker in time for Apple Music. Here's what went wrong.
New speakers from add a home-theater zone to HEOS networks.
Due to a rare fire hazard risk, Apple is recalling all Beats Pill XL speakers, and offering $325 in exchange.
Sonos speaker systems are amazing--but proprietary. Harman's SDK lets the speakers be used as intercom systems or to route voice commands to smart appliances, among other possibilities.
Its builder claims this multi-faceted emergency-preparedness power center can even jumpstart your car battery.
The low-tech, low-budget solution redirects sound waves from a TV's down-firing speakers towards the viewer.
Owners can now bark out orders to buy stuff. And thus, the endgame for Amazon’s cylindrical speaker is revealed.
Though Hitachi is the only big-name win, AllPlay has added several new vendors, Bluetooth, and line-in res-streaming, and now supports stereo speaker pairs.