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Harman Kardon takes on the Echo with the first Cortana speaker

Microsoft and Harman are taking on the Google Home and Amazon Echo with the first Cortana-powered smart speaker. Does it have what it takes to succeed?

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Wireless headphone sales rocket in 2017

Bluetooth wireless headphones are surging in popularity, with sales up more than 340% on last year, according to the latest market research. The increase has been widely attributed to Apple’s...

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Tests of two pricey radios uncover a Best Buy and Don’t Buy

There were two contrasting high-end digital radios from Pure and Geneva in our latest round of testing. Both cost over £100, but only one is worth buying.

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New Bush retro record player put to the test

We put a new reasonably priced retro record player through its paces to find out whether it's a vintage bargain or just a cheap nostalgia trip.

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Could Deezer HiFi beat Spotify for music streaming?

Deezer's high-fidelity streaming service will soon be compatible with more wireless speakers. Find out why it claims to offer 'CD quality'.

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Bragi Dash brings Amazon Alexa voice control to headphones

Smart headphone manufacturer Bragi has announced that it’s bringing Amazon’s Alexa assistant to its Dash earbuds. It’s the first time that the app has been integrated into headphones, and makes...

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A return to turntables: Which? takes first look at the Roberts RT100

The renewed interest in vinyl shows no signs of abating. Roberts is the latest high-profile audio brand to announce that it’s moving into the market in time for the Christmas...

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Sony unveils new ‘smart’ wireless headphones

This year's IFA tech show has been packed with exciting new audio products, including 'smart' wireless headphones from Sony and an unusual wearable speaker from JBL.

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Reviewed: Aftershokz bone-conducting headphones

The latest batch of audio products to go through the Which? test lab contained some interesting headphones. The Aftershokz Trekz Titanium is the first pair we’ve tested that uses bone-conduction...

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Which? tests B&O Beoplay E4 headphones – is it ever worth spending over £200?

Which? tests the pricey B&O Beoplay E4 headphones to see if they're worth their £230 price tag. We also round up other high-end models we've tested.

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