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Sonos is ready to launch Google Assistant to its smart speakers. The feature is arriving next week and it will initially only be available in the U.S.
It looks like you are now able to instruct Alexa to control your Apple Music tunes on your Sonos speaker, as suggested by recent reports.
With nearly $250 billion in liquid money, Apple surely can afford to extend its revenue paths away from the iPhone. This past quarter made it a big point.
A first wave of tariffs has already washed over the United States, but the next one could start to drive costs up for consumer technology.
But with only just over a third of US households having a smart speaker, how does the market grow from here? Kantar Worldpanel has a few thoughts.
Got an iRobot vacuum you want to sell? Or perhaps a Google or Amazon speaker that you want to buy at a discount used? Swappa is working its way in.
According to newly discovered FCC documents, the first full-blown Sonos smart speaker will support "multiple voice platforms" starting October.
Just because it's a different day doesn't mean it can't feel the same way. Plenty of the same rock solid discounts are on the schedule for next week.
The upcoming Sevenhugs Smart Remote looks to give users a powerful, compact way to control connected-home devices.
When you go to a dorm or off-campus party these days, you’ll likely hear jams being piped out from a laptop or a TV connected to a laptop. And can it ever be more crud — too much bass to be a nuisance to your neighbors or maxing out treble to the tips of tinniness. It’s ugly stuff.
Sonos hopes you buy one of its Bluetooth speakers and use an iPhone (liberal arts students, you’re in luck) because it’s here to perform some sonic calibration to your partay muzak with its Trueplay software.
Currently, Sonos’s Play 1, Play 3 and Play 5 [...]
Our Sonos Wireless HiFi Giveaway contest has a winner! Read on to see who'll be receiving a $300 sound system just for tuning in to the Pocketnow Weekly podcast!
The Samsung ATIV S, Nexus 4 vs Droid DNA, and a big giveaway! We talk all that, plus Lumia 920, iOS, PureView and more in a little over an hour. Not bad for a twentieth episode, we think! Click here to give it a listen.
Sonos and Pocketnow are teaming up to give away a free Wireless HiFi stereo system! Read on to see how you can enter for your chance to win a Sonos Play 3 and Sonos Bridge for the low, low cost of nothing.