Device can be mounted on the wall or detached and used as a handheld remote.
Will support for high-definition audio streams be enough to break Sonos’ iron grip on this market?
What does the search-engine giant know about routers? We’re about to find out.
USB audio support would be the icing on this delicious cake, but it sounds terrific even without it.
It’s priced right and early benchmarks promise good performance, but TP-Link’s new router is a wee bit light on features.
It’s no barn burner, but it’s not a disappointment, either.
One great component does not a great system make.
The Echo is so awesome you might want one in every room of your home.
The new adapters have not one but three gigabit ethernet ports, plus, a 16-amp electrical pass-through.
HBO’s Internet-only subscription service is now available to Verizon’s FiOS and high-speed Internet customers.
This Bluetooth temperature probe babysits the food so you don't have to, alerting you via smartphone at just the right time.
Wi-Fi is great, except when it can’t reach where you need it to go. We measure the performance of two alternatives.
The hardware is cheap, but not everyone will want to pay for the service, as powerful as it is.
The $250 Sonos Play:1 Tone is very subtly different from the original Play:1, but unlike the Blue Note Play:1, it has no tie-in with a record label.
This versatile speaker can play music from just about any source, but it won’t produce stereo from any of them.