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Philips Streamium WACS700 Wireless Music Center and Station

The stylish Philips Streamium WACS700/37 can stream digital music throughout your home without a PC, but considering its high price, it's hard to overlook some basic feature and performance shortfalls.

May 24, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating May 24, 2006

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Hands-on with the Philips WACS7500: Wacs on, wacs off

We've got Philips's new Wi-Fi-enabled, hard disk-based streaming audio solution for the home -- the WACS7500 -- and we've been putting it through its paces

By April 3, 2008


Carriers try outflanking app stores with WAC

Mobile operators and some handset makers launch the Wholesale Applications Community, an attempt to bypass Google and Apple with cross-platform Web apps.

By February 15, 2011


Philips WACS700

Our editors give you a sneak peek at the Philips WACS700 from the floor at CES.

May 21, 2008


Hands-on with the Philips WAC3500D

We go hands-on crazy with the Philips WAC3500D. It's a budget media streamer and hard disk-based music server, and it's got loads of love for Wi-Fi, too. Not bad for just over £200

By March 3, 2008


Philips Streamium WACS700: Worth a curt glance

Looking for a stereo with CD ripping skills and a penchant for the fashions of the 1980s? Look no further, we have the eyebrow raiser for you...

By October 23, 2006


Opera widgets are headed to Android

Opera Software has laid the framework for getting widgets onto its Android browser.

By December 22, 2010


Group plans Apple Store protests over tax law

A group is planning to protest in front of, and even inside, Apple retail stores next weekend over the company's involvement with a tax lobbying group.

By May 26, 2011


Mozilla to reveal allies for its challenge to Android and iOS

Expect partners for Mozilla's Boot to Gecko, a mobile OS for Web apps, to emerge at Mobile World Congress. B2G has big challenges, but there are no easy ways into the mobile market.

By February 16, 2012


Intel finds a way to let go of MeeGo

Chip giant's Linux-based operating system is set to fade away after merging with another Linux platform under another name.

By September 28, 2011