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Wired or wireless, this audio system can accommodate nearly any source: high-res streaming services, a local server, a TV, Bluetooth, even an old-school turntable.
CBS is blaming “production limitations” due to COVID-19 for its decision to stick with a 1080p Super Bowl.
Amazon has the Yamaha YAS-209 soundbar with wireless subwoofer for $300.
Amazon is selling the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock for $183, down from $212.
ATSC 3.0 in 2021: Why NextGen TV is still early days for cord cutters.
The KC62 is the first sub to implement KEF's new tech that promises deeper bass from smaller boxes.
After months of testing a “shuffle play” button, Netflix will roll out the feature in the first half of 2021.
Aukey's small 10,000 mAh USB-C power bank is just $16 with coupon and checkout code.
They sound great, but “AI-powered” audio smells like hype to us.
Quality over size is our usual mantra, but vendors don't generally offer their best technology in TVs smaller than 55-inch class.
Amazon has put its tablets back on sale, with the Fire HD 10 starting at $95 and the Fire HD 8 starting at $60.
The Kami Doorbell Camera doesn’t need the cloud to detect people or recognize friends and family, although it does rely on cloud-based video storage.
The HDFury Arcana unlocks the Sonos Arc's full potential on non-eARC TVs for $199.
The company’s service is based on ATSC 3.0 broadcasts, aka Next Gen TV.