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Owners of 2018 LG TVs will now be free to integrate their home entertainment setup with the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
A free update will let you make phone calls, set multiple timers, and use Siri Shortcuts.
Bang & Olufsen has launched its Seasonal 2018 Collection, a range of limited-edition premium headphones, speakers, and the latest wireless earphones.
Weeks after Samsung debuted their Galaxy Home smart speaker, Huawei have now also entered the smart speaker arms race.
LG Electronics and Luxoft have announced a new partnership that will see WebOS expand from TVs to cars.
Bang & Olufsen have brought their best to this year's IFA Conference in Berlin, announcing the new Beosound Edge.
Bose have officially debuted their first smart speaker and soundbars at this year's IFA conference in Berlin.
Google has announced the rollout of new features like Routines and Multi-lingual support for Australian Google Assistant users.
TCL has shown off its first 8K TV at this year's IFA and confirmed the product will be coming to the Australian market.
Samsung have announced a refresh of their Frame lifestyle TV at this year's IFA conference in Berlin.
Ultimate Ears have refreshed their core product lineup, announcing the new Boom 3 and Megaboom 3 Bluetooth speakers at this year's IFA.
Sonos have announced their third new product in twelve months: the new Sonos Amp.
Samsung and LG both announced 8K TVs at IFA; Samsung the 85-inch Q900 with picture tweaks and a database of upscaling templates, and LG an 88-inch OLED
LG has shown off their first 8K OLED TV at this year's IFA.
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