NVIDIA has introduced a new Shield Android TV box. Apart from being a 4K media streamer, it is also poised to become an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also bring high-performance gaming to PC and Mac users who don't have high-end systems through the GeForce Now cloud-based service.
Streaming media stick, quadcopter, OTG flash drives - there's quite a number of things to buy this week.
Even without new hardware announcement, Apple had a very convincing and exciting software update across the entire Apple ecosystem. "Emojification" is just one of the new things that happened, but hop in and find out every new update from Apple at WWDC 2016!
Why would anyone want to invest in a network streaming node just for audio? We take a quick look at the ins and outs of Auralic's new Aries Mini to find out.
Lenco has joined the wireless home entertainment speaker fray, introducing two wireless speaker sets and a wireless receiver, all capable of supporting high-resolution audio rated up to 24-bit/192kHz. We test drove them at a demo session, so check out our first impressions of them.
Newcomer Bluesound has just launched its first line of audio products – a range of audiophile quality wireless streaming music systems. We were present for a test drive at their launch, so check out our first impressions and price points after the jump.
Sportscasting was the focus of this year's Broadcast Asia, as a number of partners were on hand to showcase their latest products and also to talk about how 4K is already very much a possibility with existing technologies - evidenced by trials that have been run over the last year.
Comex 2013 is on-going at the Singapore Expo. We round up some of the best deals, highlight star products on sale and give you general information on how to pick the best TV, projector, media player, speaker or headphones for your needs.
AC Ryan has just introduced the Veolo 2, the successor to the Veolo - its first Smart Android Hub. The Veolo offered good functionality but was plagued by a cumbersome controller. Does its successor improve on that? Let's find out.
Simply put, the Google Chromecast is a wireless media streaming device built into a compact HDMI dongle. Even those who aren't interested in Netflix and YouTube are excited about this US$35 device, because its other big feature is to mirror a Chrome browser tab onto the TV. Without further ado, here's our review.