It can be very tempting to get caught up in the craze of audio upgrading. The latest speakers look great, can come in a variety of colors, and almost always have Bluetooth wireless. If you have an older system, it’s that last feature that feels the most missed. Today’s mobile lifestyle, with variety of sources to stream music, practically necessitates wireless connectivity.
Without a doubt, this is going to be a year of the drones. CES 2015 had an area dedicated to drones, and the enthusiasm was neither lacking nor diluted.
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Some awesome electronics deals from around the internet for Valentine’s Day 2014.
Although Jawbone has been making notable strides in the wearable tech ring with the Jambox and the Up fitness bands, it seems the company is returning to its roots with a new Bluetooth headset, the Era. If you recall, Jawbone first entered the tech ring with Bluetooth headsets. At least you can say you learned something today!
Finalizing your back-to-school shopping list? If you have yet to pick up a Bluetooth speaker for the new school year, the Bluetone-Solo might be just what you’re looking for. As corny as it sounds, there’s something welcoming about the Divoom Bluetune-Solo speaker. With so many Bluetooth speakers out there, it’s nice to see that Divoom has taken some liberties with the shape of the Bluetune-Solo speaker. The Bluetune-Solo speaker literally looks like a can of coke but what the Bluetune-Solo contains is far more exciting.
Boston-based BlueFlame is a new competitor in the gadget accessories game but quickly they’re proving themselves to be a dead ringer. And it’s because they ‘get it.’ Each of their products which compile their currently modest, yet fresh line of audio gear are made with what their customers want and love most: simplicity, effectiveness and more »
Itching for a new gadget to support on Kickstarter? Of course you are, especially since this one goes above and beyond of what’s available on the market right now. The Vertus is a system of not one but two specialized Bluetooth receivers that are meant to plug into speakers. One receiver is for the right more »
As today’s advanced smartphones continue to become essential components of the home entertainment experience, Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. is making integration of these devices easy and convenient. Pioneer’s latest 2013 audio video receiver lineup, which includes the VSX-523 and VSX-823 5.1-channel, VSX-1023 7.1-channel, and VSX-1123 7.2-channel receivers, are designed to support today’s connected lifestyle, compatible with the two most popular smartphone OS platforms more »
Yamaha just introduced the CD-N500 network CD player that offers music fans a single flexible portal for all of their content from any source. It will play your CDs, downloaded music, and streamed music from your PC, NAS, smartphone, tablet, or internet radio. Sounds like too much trouble? Not really. Yamaha has made a free more »
In case you want to wirelessly sync your music with your car stereo system, then you may want to check out HTC’s latest mobile accessory. Dubbed the HTC Bluetooth Music Adapter, you simply plug in the device to the AUX port and connect your phone or other Bluetooth enabled device. After successfully connecting the two more »
If you’re running the Sonos Desktop Controller on your Mac, chances are you received an email from Sonos claiming that their software won’t work correctly with Lion. Essentially, the software is not compatible with Lion just yet, and the Sonos team is currently working on an update to the Mac Controller to make it compatible. more »