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Roku SoundBridge

Striking looks, easy setup, and great file compatibility make the Roku SoundBridge M1001 a solid option for streaming digital audio and Internet radio to your home stereo.

By March 27, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 27, 2006

Roku SoundBridge Radio

The Roku SoundBridge Radio successfully combines a high-end AM/FM clock radio and a wireless digital audio receiver, but we'd like to see a few more extras at this price.

By March 22, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 22, 2006

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Sonos, Logitech Squeezebox, or Apple: What's the best audio streamer for you?

CNET compares the Sonos Digital Music System (Bundle 150), Logitech Squeezebox Duet, and Apple TV.

By August 6, 2008


Tivoli Audio unveils updated NetWorks Wi-Fi radio

After showing prototypes 11 months ago, Tivoli has relaunched its NetWorks tabletop Internet Radio--now with a totally new look and feel.

By May 7, 2008


Philips' Rhapsody-enhanced Internet radio

Philips announces its new Streamium NP1100 wireless music receiver with integrated Rhapsody subscription music support.

By January 6, 2008


Future Implications: Will Microsoft Extender be anything special?

Microsoft Extender may sound fine on paper, but I'm skeptical.

By September 6, 2007


Listen to HD Radio--without buying any new hardware

Many of the "exclusive" HD Radio stations are available as free online radio streams over the Web.

By August 21, 2007


Windows Home Server: The ideal home backup solution?

According to Microsoft officials, this new solution could solve all of your backup problems and help you immediately restore your entire system to an earlier day if your hard drive dies.

By July 9, 2007


Coming this fall: Two new Tivoli Wi-Fi radios

Scheduled to ship in fall 2007, the NetWorks Table Radio and NetWorksGo portable will be Tivoli Audio's first products capable of accessing Internet radio and streaming digital audio on a home network.

By June 22, 2007


Sony VAIO VGF-WA1 shipping soon in North America

The company's first Wi-Fi boom box will soon be available in the U.S.

By April 17, 2007