If there’s an obvious first impression of the Sonos Roam, and there is, it’s this: This thing is tiny, much smaller than I would have thought watching the virtual launch.
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In addition to launching its Roam ultraportable smart speaker this week, Sonos is expanding into the car audio market too, starting with Audi.
Sonos today announced Roam, an ultra-portable and waterproof smart speaker design for use at home and on the go.
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One year ago, I replaced the powered speakers in our sunroom with a pair of used Sonos Play:5s. Our use of Sonos equipment has escalated since then.
I strongly recommend that enthusiasts not give personal technology gifts to their spouses and partners. Yes, I routinely ignore this advice myself.
For the second time this year, smart speaker maker Sonos has sued Google for infringing on its patent portfolio.
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In the wake of its legal challenge to Google, Sonos has finally gone after the market leader, Amazon, albeit indirectly.
Google has countersued Sonos, alleging that the smart speaker maker made false claims against it and stole its intellectual property.
While I still plan to wire Ethernet into my home office, I’m experimenting with Powerline networking in the furthest reaches of the house.
Sonos today released the S2 version of its smart speaker OS and mobile app and renamed the legacy versions to S1.
Sonos on Wednesday added three new and upgraded models to its smart speaker lineup, including a new product called Arc.
Spotify complains a lot about Apple’s closed ecosystem. But Sonos co-founder John MacFarlane says that Spotify is even worse.
Sonos will stop putting old smart speakers in what it calls recycle mode, even if they were used to upgrade to a new device.
I knew we’d make smart home mistakes and that we would go down certain roads only to backtrack after things didn’t work out.
Back in January, I started rethinking our approach to whole-house audio, and while Sonos is an obvious solution, I ran into some issues.
Sonos has responded to criticism of its recently-announced support policy for legacy products. And it’s doing the right thing.
Sonos revealed that it will stop providing software updates for its oldest speakers and accessories, some of which date back 15 years.
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