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Winners and Losers: The PS5 arrives in style, but shipping issues cause havoc

It’s been another doozy of a week in the world of tech with Sony’s much awaited PlayStation 5 games console and AMD’s super swish Radeon

Nvidia GeForce Now is coming to iOS devices

Nvidia has officially confirmed GeForce Now will soon be accessible through iOS devices, as it will be introducing a new Web Client beta that will

Naim launches HD Radio streaming station

Naim has announced a free upgrade for its users across its streaming products in Naim Radio HD. British audio specialist Naim Audio has announced a

Amazon Luna vs Google Stadia: Which cloud gaming service is best?

Amazon’s September hardware event didn’t just deliver all the big Echo, Fire TV and Ring updates we had hoped for this year. It also marked

Free Chromecast with Google TV already up for grabs, but Brits miss out

Google only just launched the Chromecast with Google TV, but it is already offering it for free in the United States. First-time YouTube TV subscribers

Stadia Controller USB-C headset support finally arrives

Google’s official controller for its Stadia game streaming service has always been an odd duck. It turns out that when paired with a Chromecast, the

Winner and Losers: Xbox ups its games while Nvidia RTX 3080 hunters come up empty

September has been a doozy of a month in the world of tech. Last week we saw Apple release a new iPad Air 4 and Apple Watch 6 plus

70W NVIDIA Tesla T4 graphics could make Amazon Luna a poor fit for ninth-generation game streaming

Amazon recently announced specs for its Luna game streaming service, which pairs an Intel Cascade Lake CPU with NVIDIA Tesla T4 graphics. While the T4

Amazon Luna: five things you need to know

At the September Amazon Event, the tech giant introduced a host of new products in its Ring and Echo line – and out of nowhere,

Bluesound Powernode 2i (with HDMI) review: Bodacious sound from a micro-sized box

This self-amplified multi-room music streamer delivers high-res audio experiences that Sonos won’t, but Bluesound’s user experience isn’t nearly as polished. Don’t let the petite dimensions

GoPro’s new live-streaming service arrives with major webcam update

Action camera company GoPro has introduced its own live-streaming video service, enabling its subscription customers to live-stream high-quality feeds from their action cameras to anyone

How To Setup a Brilliant Hi-Fi System

Any music lover knows that the key to an excellent listening experience is having a high-quality sound system that can allow you to appreciate every

xCloud beta launches for all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers tomorrow

Microsoft is launching the xCloud beta on Android tomorrow (August 11) and is allowing all current Game Pass Ultimate subscribers an opportunity to get a

iPhone 12 will lose out on Xbox Game Pass — here’s why

Apple’s App Store policies just gave Android a big gaming win Microsoft has pulled its testing of Project xCloud on iOS due to Apple’s restrictive App Store

Linn’s classic Majik DSM streamer revamped with new features and look

Scottish-based brand Linn Audio has announced an all-new Majik DSM music streamer, with improved design, features and performance. Linn’s Majik digital streamer has been one

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gets Project xCloud streaming next month

Project xCloud has been in testing for many months at this point, and last month, Microsoft finally started talking about the streaming service’s eventual release.

Winners and Losers: Hamilton soars onto Disney Plus while NBA 2K21 misses a slam dunk

It hasn’t been the busiest of weeks in the world of technology, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t seen the usual number of highs and

Nvidia GeForce Now games, price, features and specs

Nvidia GeForce Now is a cloud-streaming service, which allows you to stream select games to low-powered devices such as smartphones, Chromebooks and budget laptops.  This

Project xCloud: All the latest news, games and updates for Microsoft’s streaming service

Streaming is arguably the future of gaming. with Google Stadia and GeForce Now being some of the early players in the battleground, having recently been joined by Microsoft’s Project

Nvidia GeForce Now: Which games can you stream?

Nvidia GeForce Now is an innovative game streaming service that gives gamers the chance to play their Steam or Epic Games libraries anywhere, on any

Project xCloud: All the latest on Microsoft’s cloud streaming service

Many believe that streaming is the future of gaming. Google Stadia and GeForce Now are some of the early players in the battleground, having recently been joined by Microsoft’s

PUBG, FIFA, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and more coming to Google Stadia

Google has announced that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, FIFA 21 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are coming to its streaming service.  Today’s Stadia Connect presentation included an abundance of announcements for the streaming service,

Nvidia GeForce Now: Google Stadia rival suffers another blow

Nvidia GeForce Now is a new cloud-streaming service that allows access to some of the latest video games without the need of a games console

Sonos Radio is a new free streaming service ready to take on Apple Beats 1

You’ve been listening to its speakers for years – now you’ll be able to listen to Sonos’s own curated streaming service too, as today marks

Nvidia GeForce Now loses huge games as Halo, Batman and more jump ship

Yet more game studios have pulled their titles from Nvidia’s cloud game streaming service, Nvidia GeForce Now. After April 24, titles from Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros.

Sonos Radio brings new programming and 60,000+ radio stations to all users

Sonos has announced a new product, but this time it’s not a physical bit of hardware but the Sonos Radio ad-free streaming service. It doesn’t

OnePlus 8 will play Google Stadia, with support for other OnePlus phones soon

The OnePlus 8 is confirmed to be the next phone with Google Stadia compatibility, so if you’re looking for a new device that’ll let you

Winners & Losers: PS5 DualSense dominates while Quibi launches a little too quietly

It’s been another strange week in tech, with coronavirus lockdown keeping industry giants relatively quiet. However, there’s still plenty of attention on tech’s big stories,

Google’s Stadia is finally ‘free’ now, but the game-streaming service still comes with caveats

The quotation marks are doing a lot of heavy lifting in that headline. We reviewed Google Stadia in November, calling it “a glimpse of a

Quibi review: Quick bites of quality video entertainment designed for an audience on the go

But with so few of us on the go right now, is Quibi still worth the price of admission? Quibi, the new short-form video-streaming service