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Razer have announced that the Nommo Pro speakers are available to purchase in Australia, exclusively from Razer.com.
Volareo has launched on crowdfunding site Indiegogo, starting from $99 USD for the early bird special.
Foxtel have made their first foray into the 4K era, announcing a new iQ4 set-top box and the company's first 4K channel.
Samsung has officially shown off their first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home.
Fetch has announced the addition of a new beIN Sports Pack that includes three beIN Sports channels.
Google's heavy duty smart speaker will finally make its way to Australian customers, almost a year after its official reveal.
Samsung have confirmed local Australian pricing and availability for their new N950 and N850 soundbars.
JBL has introduced its new Bluetooth Speaker Range, featuring the Go 2, Clip 3 and Xtreme 2 devices.
Hisense has shown off its first ULED TV with 5376 Dimming Zones
A report from iGeneration says that several "missing" features will come to HomePod when it gets an iOS 12 update this fall.
AirPlay 2 is now available on Sonos, so sounds from any app on iOS devices can be streamed directly to Sonos.
Optoma has launched a range of home theatre projectors in Australia/.
The Full Federal Court has partially upheld an appeal by the ACCC against an earlier judgment that would have dismissed the regulator's case against LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd over misleading representations.
Juniper Research has found that the adoption of voice assistants such as Alexa and Google Assistant will be a key factor behind smart home growth, with 275 million voice assistant devices used to control smart homes by 2023.
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