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iRig Mic HD review: a handheld digital delight

iRig Mic HD review: a handheld digital delight

The iRig lineup is familiar to iOS and OS X users who produce their own music, or similar media. The iRig microphone was among the top of its class, bringing a straight-line way to record via your Apple devices. The iRig Mic HD is IK Multimedia’s attempt to build on that, but does it live up? We’ll find out!

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Apple CarPlay available for Pioneer NEX in-dash receivers

Apple CarPlay available for Pioneer NEX in-dash receivers

Pioneer has announced that its cool line of NEX in-dash receivers have a new trick with a firmware update available for the series that brings support for Apple CarPlay. Aftermarket audio manufacturers aren't the only companies that will be supporting CarPlay, a list of automakers who will be installing CarPlay from the factory was unveiled in July.

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Gamdias EROS V2 gaming headset Review

Gamdias EROS V2 gaming headset Review

High quality headsets aren’t often cheap - the folks at Gamdias are hoping to change that. Releasing the Gamdias EROS V2 earlier this year, the team behind the gaming company made an awesome combination: a surprisingly pleasant gaming headset experience with a price that won’t eviscerate your wallet.

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Sonos goes indie with SoundCloud

Sonos goes indie with SoundCloud

There are already a plethora of music sources available on Sonos' wireless speaker system but what if you were tired of the same old hit tunes and craved for something different, something exotic, something barely anyone has heard of before? Well now Sonos can satisfy that craving as well, partnering with online music platform SoundCloud to bring listeners an even wider variety of tunes, genres, and names from all over the world.

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Aether Cone streams Rdio and Stitcher as launch nears

Aether Cone streams Rdio and Stitcher as launch nears

Aether's unusually-shaped Cone speaker, a streaming music player that promises smart curation of tracks, will launch with Rdio and Stitcher as sources, the start-up has confirmed. Revealed back in March, the distinctive speaker prioritizes machine learning rather than active control over playlists, with Aether promising to learn the listener's preferences and tailor what's streaming to suit.

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Android Wear notifications reveal next step in wearables

Android Wear notifications reveal next step in wearables

The Google-made software experience known as Android Wear is made for wearable smart devices like watches. Revealed earlier this year, Android Wear will be created for devices with circular or square displays, at first catering to those that will be worn around your wrist. This week Google has revealed a number of screens which give us insight on what Android Wear will look like.

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