SiriusXM and Howard Stern have announced that SiriusXM will start offering free access to its full lineup of Premier Streaming content to listeners in North America through May 15. Howard kicked off the Stream Free access while hosting The Howard Stern Show, on channel 100, from his home.
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Focal has launched four new speakers in its Chora line, including a new model incorporating Dolby Atmos 5.2.4 capability.
AudioControl is showcasing new home cinema products in the IMAX Enhanced Village located in Booth 10048 at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas.
At CES, Audio-Technica is introducing new audio products ranging from audiophile headphones to a belt-drive turntable.
Klipsch is showcasing three new soundbars at CES 2020, each crafted from wood and using horn-loaded technology to look and sound like the brand's Reference speakers.
Sure, CES has only just begun. But pre-show events have been happening for the last two days, including the press conferences, and we were in Vegas early to check out some of them. Not surprisingly, several products already stand out for their cool factor, clever designs, and/or innovative technology.
TCL is introducing several new audio products at CES, including heart-rate monitoring headphones and a soundbar.
At CES, Shure has announced a new marketing campaign, collaborating with musician Adam Levine.
Belkin and Devialet are combining their respective expertises to create the Soundform Elite Hi-Fi Smart Speaker + Wireless Charger which, as the name suggests, is a hifi speaker that can also charge your smartphone while you play back tunes from it.
What a year! Once again at CES Unveiled, the event is filled with products that are still in the pre-prototype stage (read: vaporware), including ones that have been "introduced" several years in a row but haven't yet gotten to their final stages of development. But amidst the sea of innovative but aspirational products were a few interesting ones.
If the future LG presents about artificial intelligence (AI) in the home becomes reality, it could be both tremendously convenient and terrifying at the same time. The company has identified four levels for qualitative jumps in AI capabilities, which Dr. IP Park, President and CTO, outlined during the company's press conference this morning, alongside Jean-Francois Gagne, co-founder and CEO of Element AI.