The Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support is great, but the rich mid-range audio is even better.
Google is being awfully coy about its latest smart speaker. We’ve teased out some facts and made some educated guesses.
Looks like Google may have a new smart speaker waiting in the wings, although it’s not clear when the fabric-covered speaker will officially arrive.
Turns out some users didn’t like over-the-air TV listings mixed with dozens of streaming TV channels.
Wink users now have until July 27 to decide whether to sign up for a $4.95 subscription plan, and those who don’t will still have “limited” control of their Wink hubs.
Boasting both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support, the LG GX Soundbar is designed to complement the “sophisticated aesthetics” of LG’s GX Gallery OLED TV series.
Sling TV and YouTube TV will appear in Amazon Fire TV’s Live TV tab starting today, while Hulu + Live TV is coming soon.
You can now create Amazon Prime Video user profiles on the web, iOS and Android devices, Fire tablets, and “select” living room devices.
Live programming from HBO, Showtime, Starz and more now appear in Roku’s linear programming grid, along with local over-the-air channel listings.
The $499 MagniFi soundbar can deliver 4.1-channel sound from a 2.1 driver configuration, along with “convincing” height effects, Polk Audio promises.
The new Premium Duo plan sits between Spotify’s existing individual and six-person family plans.
The free Seasonal Savings feature can help you shave up to five percent off your annual heating and cooling costs.
Spotify users in more than two-dozen markets will be able to follow along with song lyrics starting today, but U.S. users will have to wait.
Now you can jump into an Amazon Prime Video watch party with up to 100 friends, provided they're all Prime subscribers.
The innovative Elevate soundbar with its swiveling upfiring drivers will arrive this fall, while Vizio's new V-Series and M-Series soundbars are on tap for summer.