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While Samsung announced most of its home theater products at CES 2014, the company announced pricing and availability at its spring line show in New York.
Samsung hopes you'll stick an M5 in every house, controlling playback through a smart phone app.
The sci-fi shooter isn't close to selling as fast as titles from existing franchises like Grand Theft Auto, but for a nonsequel, it's humming right along.
BMW launched its two big SUVs in M form at the Los Angeles Auto Show, meaning more power and exciting handling.
Samsung continues to try and match the Sonos ecosystem, with a new smaller Shape speaker to go along with the original M7.
But sales will sink to under 50 million in the first quarter of next year, forecasts KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Once again, BMW runs its X5 and X6 models through its M division, coming out with high performance four-wheel-drive SUVs that are track-ready.
BMW M cars must meet high performance standards, even when that letter gets put on an SUV. The X5 M looks like it's got the tech to meet its mission.
Ah, the BMW M5. It's big, brash, powerful, and very good looking indeed.
The amazing-sounding 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 in the BMW M5 is at the heart of one hell of a car.