Today, Sonos announced a second-generation version of its Beam soundbar that supports Dolby Atmos and Ultra HD audio.
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The RIAA said that paid music streaming accounted for over $6 billion in revenues in the first, or about 84 percent of revenues overall.
After experiencing identical audio problems with two different sets of Samsung Galaxy Buds+ earbuds, it is time for me to move on.
Amazon announced a new lineup of five Fire TV-branded smart TVs, plus a new Fire TV Stick 4K Max streaming stick.
Microsoft announced that it will acquire Clipchamp, a web-based video editor. But it’s unclear how the tool will be integrated into existing offerings.
Multiple reports state that Google’s YouTube Music service now has over 50 million paid subscribers.
Qualcomm claims that its new aptX Lossless audio format does what was thought impossible: deliver CD-quality sound over Bluetooth.
The US International Trade Commission has weighed in on the Sonos patent infringement case against Google. And it’s bad news for Google.
As part of its latest quarterly earnings report, The Walt Disney Company said that its Disney+ streaming service now has over 116 million subscribers.
Microsoft’s Panos Panay has teased a coming Windows 11 feature called Focus sessions that will include, among other things, Spotify integration.
HBO and HBO Max added 10.7 million new subscribers over the past year and the services now have a combined 67.5 million subscribers.
Netflix earned a net income of $1.7 billion on revenues of $7.3 billion in the quarter ending June 30, and it now has over 209 million paid subscribers.
Apple announced today that its previously-announced Apple Podcasts Subscriptions offering is now available worldwide.
IKEA inadvertently leaked this product weeks ago, but its new Symfonisk Picture Frame smart speaker is now official, with availability on July 15.
Yesterday, Apple enabled spatial and lossless audio in Apple Music across its own platforms, with Android support coming soon.
Google announced today that it is finally bringing the Stadia streaming game service to its Chromecast with Google TV on June 23.
Almost two years after it launched its Pixel Buds earbuds, Google is back with a cheaper version called the Pixel Buds A-Series.
With Google Photos changing its storage policies in one week, the firm is reminding users about the change and offering some transition help.
I described the previous Apple TV remote as a crime against humanity, and now that a new version is available, it’s fun to watch Apple fans finally admit the same.
Microsoft announced some big video-related updates to the Apple TV and Spotify apps on Xbox Series X|S, plus some new media apps.
The HomePod and HomePod Mini won't be compatible with Apple Music’s coming Lossless offering, but a software update will fix that.
WarnerMedia announced today that it will soon add an ad-supported tier to HBO Max that costs $9.99 per month, $5 less than the current offering.
At its I/O conference today, Google announced new Google Photos features that will help you better relive favorite memories.
As part of today’s Google I/O event, Google announced that Google TV now has over 80 million monthly active devices.
Apple’s push into hi-res, lossless, and spatial audio has already upended the market, with Amazon lowering its prices to match and Spotify in an uncertain place.
Responding to today’s Apple news, Amazon is making HD and lossless music available to Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers at no extra cost.
Adobe hasn’t issued an announcement of this important change, but the native Windows 10 on ARM version of Photoshop is no longer in beta.