Following on from the arrival of the second-gen Nvidia Shield TV and Shield TV Pro in other markets late last year, the graphics giant are now looking to launch both streaming hubs in Australia.
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Nvidia spokespeople told PC World that the company was in talks with Apple to bring their TV+ app to the Android TV streaming hub.
Previously, all Sonos products have been controlled using a single app. Later this year, that's going to change.
Rumors say that Google's next take on their popular media streaming accessory is set to differentiate itself from predecessors in a number of ways.
Ultimate Ears have added a new, large, portable speaker to their lineup.
Bixby made an appearance at this week's Unpacked hardware event but the Samsung Galaxy Home and Galaxy Home Mini remain MIA.
Amazon has announced Australian availability for the Amazon Echo Show 8.
LG's WebOS-powered TVs can now be used to enjoy Apple TV+ originals like The Morning Show, Dickinson and more.
Sonos have backpedalled on earlier plans to discontinue software support for older products.
Sonos are officially ending support for several legacy audio products, including the Connect, Connect Amp and Play:5.
OLED TVs have been been big and expensive from the moment they were first introduced to the market. That's set to change in 2020.
In 2019, Hisense brought one Laser TV to Australia. This year, they're launching three new models locally.
Hisense have officially retired their OLED-based line of 4K TVs after just one model.
Sony continues to improve its highly rated top-of-the-line TVs and adds a new 8K UHD as well as a 48-inch OLED to its lineup
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