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Which? uncovers the best portable Bluetooth speakers for summer

Whatever your budget, we’ve reviewed the latest wireless speakers from Bose, Ultimate Ears, Sony and more to help you find the sound to your summer.

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The iPod Nano and Shuffle are dead: what’s yours worth now?

The Nano and Shuffle are the latest iPods to be relieved of duty, with only touchscreen models now available. Could your old model be worth a fortune?

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The best gadgets to take on holiday

If you're looking for tough tech to take on holiday, our testing will help you find the best durable gadgets, many of which are waterproof.

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Apple AirPlay 2 update set to add multi-room audio streaming

Apple's update for its streaming platform is on the way, with audio brands including Bose and Bang & Olufsen ready to support the new version.

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Panasonic mini hi-fi systems – should you buy one?

Panasonic mini hi-fi systems, such as the new SC-HC1020, are often on offer at John Lewis but, before buying, find out how they fare in our in-depth tests.

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Is the new Roberts radio alarm clock worth £80?

See our first impressions of the Roberts Ortus 2 radio alarm clock, and find out how the Sony XDR-S41D FM and DAB portable radio performed in our tests.

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Will Apple include wireless headphones with the next iPhone?

Will Apple include a pair of wireless Airpod headphones in the box with the iPhone 8? The Airpods are specifically designed to integrate with iPhones.

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Unique Sgt Pepper turntables mark album’s 50th anniversary

If you're after a new turntable, you can now pick between two unique models that celebrate the release of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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The MP3 is officially dead, according to its creators

It's time to say goodbye to the MP3 as there are now better-sounding formats. But you can still buy top-notch MP3 players to listen to your music.

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Digital radio listening in the UK hits record high

FM is declining while DAB and internet radio-listening figures are on the rise. Will this trigger a digital radio switchover in 2017 or early 2018?

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