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Amazon have introduced the Echo Show 5 to their burgeoning line-up of Alexa-powered smart displays.
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Building on the strengths of last year’s ROG Delta headphones, ASUS have now looked to draw additional audiophiles to their ecosystem with the new ROG Theta and Theta Electret gaming headphones.
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Sonos CEO Patrick Spence has confirmed that Google's smart assistant will begin to roll out for Sonos One and Sonos Beam owners from next week.
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The accessory that allows you to turn any speaker into an Amazon Echo is now available in Australia.
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