Check out CNET's coverage of the New York International Auto Show 2013.
The Audiophiliac reports from Brooklyn about a fascinating encounter of the audio kind.
Exotic cars are showcases of brute-force technology, but have minimal value as cars; high-end audio systems are considerably more useful, says the Audiophiliac.
Audiophiles are proud of their systems and like to show off their gear. Send us pictures of your hi-fi.
Stereo Buyers offers cash for your hi-fi equipment. Adam Wexler buys high-quality audio in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, though he occasionally accepts shipped equipment.
We put the HTC One M8's new improved BoomSound speakers up against its rivals. They're impressively loud for a phone.
The end of the year wouldn't be complete without a penultimate appearance from CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg. We'll check in with the new Rough Trade record store in Brooklyn, sample a variety of hi-fi gear, and preview a movie about the best-selling band you've never heard of.
In an industry where products are superseded annually, designing technology to be consistently upgraded over a decade of use is rare. But that's the Sonos approach to its wireless music revolution.
The Korean phone maker launches its latest flagship smartphone with hopes that the gadget's impressive specs can stand up to the best from Apple and Samsung.
It's been a rapid path from infancy to maturity for music-streaming services. We take a look at what else can be done to make these services more appealing for users.
The Audiophiliac takes a stroll down memory lane and recalls some of the most important gear of decades past.