Alexa is showing up everywhere, including in LG's upcoming Hub Robot. The voice-activated robot debuted at CES 2017. Unlike the Echo or Dot, it has a screen and works with an army of baby bots to control your smart home.
At CES, not only is Crosley Radio debuting a new model in its C-Series line of turntables, but it's showing a preview of its vinyl jukebox, which the company says is the only model in the world currently being manufactured.
Following up on what it started with the Mo-Fi, Blue has unveiled three new pairs of headphones: the planar magnetic Ella, dynamic driver Sadie, and wireless Satellite, all of which feature built-in amplifiers.
Looking to outdo its previous flagship, the Triton One, GoldenEar is debuting its Triton Reference flagship loudspeaker at CES 2017, and while it isn't cheap, the company is aiming to give listeners a whole lot for their money.
Facebook has quietly rolled out its auto-subtitling function for videos to Facebook Pages in the United States. The AI-assisted feature, first released for video ads last year, provides captions for English-language clips via an automated…
Today, Nvidia has announced that it's releasing an update to its own Shield TV device, which is not only a media streamer but also a robust gaming machine. It now has 4K HDR streaming support, and access to Ubisoft's Uplay.
Google's artificially intelligent Assistant first debuted in the company's messaging app Allo, but it was a standout feature of the Pixel phones as well as the Google Home. So what's the Assistant's next home? Android TV.
Sony joined LG in the OLED TV market, unveiling the company's latest and greatest TV in the flagship XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV. Along with its OLED panel, the TV aims to offer top-notch audio, excellent processing, and a gorgeous design.