Have you ever heard a hi-fi or home theater system that stopped you in your tracks, or one that you still think about years later?
In an industry where products are superseded annually, designing technology to be consistently upgraded over a decade of use is rare.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 iPod dealt a near-fatal blow to home hi-fis, and iPads (and other tablets) will likely replace big-screen TVs for most people in less than 10 years.
The mono versions of Dylan's early albums went out of print in the 1960s. The new ones sound singularly terrific!
Multiple libraries on a single machine, the best uses for Smart Playlists, getting true CD-quality rips from your CD, and tips for getting perfect album art. It's all here in our latest collection of advanced iTunes tips
Krell is bringing the world's most expensive iPod dock to the UK, and it'll cost you as much as a small car or a large donkey
Tuesday's event should give Apple a strong iPod lineup to sell during the holiday season, so long as the company puts a buggy couple of months behind it with the new products.
It's an iPod speaker system made by a high-end speaker manufacturer, and it costs about a hundred quid. You're lying if you tell us you're not at least intrigued
DLO's HomeDock Music Remote lets you control your iPod from any room in your house, and has a snazzy colour LCD remote too. Sounds like a winner to us
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