Nvidia has announced that they'll finally be bringing their Nvidia Shield TV streaming device to the Australian market.
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Sony had a lot to show off at their recent 2018 AV showcase. Here's what we saw.
Bang & Olufsen have announced AirPlay 2 will be available to both new and older Bang & Olufsen and B&O PLAY speakers as an over-the-air update during August and September 2018.
Sonos have introduced their third home entertainment-focused speaker, the Sonos Beam.
ASUS' Lyra Voice smart speaker-router hybrid, previously shown off at this year's CES in Las Vegas, has been confirmed for the Australian market.
Apple has previewed tvOS 12, the new operating system designed for enjoying entertainment on the big screen.
Apple have released a free software update that promises to improve their HomePod smart speaker through new support for stereo pairs and a new multi-room audio via AirPlay 2.
BenQ has announced that their TK800 DLP projector will be available in Australia.
3SIXT has revealed its new range of wireless speakers rolling out across Australia and New Zealand.
Following reports that a woman in the United States had a conversation with her husband recorded and sent to an employee, Amazon have moved to assuage security concerns around their Amazon Echo smart speaker.
Audio brand JBL have confirmed that their Link Bar, debuted at Google's I/O 2018 developer conference, will be coming to Australia and New Zealand later in the year.
Kogan are dipping their toes into the OLED TV game, opening pre-orders for their first 55-inch OLED TV.
At Google's annual developer conference on May 8, the company showed off new features coming to Google Assistant. They include new voices and support for more complex commands.
JBL’s new Link Bar isn’t just a soundbar—it’s a Google Home, Android TV streamer, and smart entertainment hub all wrapped up into one sleek device.
Kogan has announcing a new range of affordable Smart TVs, starting at under $300.
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