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Pono Player hands-on: believe the hype

Pono Player hands-on: believe the hype

It's a true testament to the high-quality audio delivery of the Pono Player that we're able to suggest that it's all that it's cut out to be at a tech convention. We're at Showstoppers during CES 2015 and it's loud - not deafeningly loud, but loud enough that it's not an optimal environment for listening to tunes. This device delivers sound that's next-level. With a pair of Sennheiser Momentum headphones plugged in, this music player brings a depth to music we simply did not expect.

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How do you consume media on Android?

How do you consume media on Android?

Earlier today, we posed a question via Facebook: how do you consume media on your Android device? With so many great services out there, we wanted to know if there was one that stood out for our readers. As it turns out, the options for media consumption amongst our readers is as varied as the services on offer.

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PonoMusic music service and media player heads to Kickstarter

PonoMusic music service and media player heads to Kickstarter

Neil young is a musician that has been getting a new high-end music service and media player ready for music fans out there that want the best quality possible. The music service is called PonoMusic and the player is called the PonoPlayer. Young has been working on this project for a while now and said back in January of 2012 that he wanted to continue Steve Jobs' music legacy started with the iPod.

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Winamp killed after 15 years of media playing

Winamp killed after 15 years of media playing

Much-loved media player Winamp will shutter on December 20, 2013, the company has announced, with the AOL-owned software planning to cease all of the related web services and yank the official download. The news, quietly announced alongside version 5.66 of the software, ends fifteen years of the app being offered, with the Winamp team warning that anybody wanting a copy before it's pulled should download soon.

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Waterproof Sony Walkman W274S aims at active users

Waterproof Sony Walkman W274S aims at active users

Sony has pulled the wraps off a new Walkman wearable audio player called the Walkman W274S. This Walkman headset isn't just waterproof enough to survive sweat and the occasional spill, Sony says you can actually swim while wearing this Walkman.

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Sony S Series and M Series Walkman promise long battery life and high-quality audio

Sony S Series and M Series Walkman promise long battery life and high-quality audio

A bit earlier we mentioned Sony has launched several new Walkman digital media players today. While the two higher-end devices ran the Android operating system, Sony has also unveiled some less expensive devices that might be more appealing to users not wanting another Android gadget. The other Sony media players include the S Series and M Series.

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Sony Walkman NW-ZX1 and NW-F880 series media players land in October

Sony Walkman NW-ZX1 and NW-F880 series media players land in October

Sony has crammed several new media players into its Walkman lineup aimed at music fans who want to take their collection with the go. The new media players include the NW-ZX1 and three different colors of players that fall into the NW-F880 family. These players run the Android operating system making them able to do more than just play music.

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Roku 1 and Roku 2 media players launch along with M-Go movie and TV store

Roku 1 and Roku 2 media players launch along with M-Go movie and TV store

Roku has officially announced its new family of streaming media players including some updated units and a couple of brand-new offerings. The new family simplifies the naming system that Roku uses with the new family of media players including the Roku 1, Roku 2, Roku 3, and Roku LT. The Roku LT is the entry-level player, but it has also been updated.

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Sony Video Unlimited 4K launched, world’s first 4K Ultra HD video download service

Sony Video Unlimited 4K launched, world’s first 4K Ultra HD video download service

Sony is showing its big guns, and by big we mean 4K Ultra HD video big, starting with the launch of its Video Unlimited 4K video download service today. This is the world's first and so far only video downloading service that caters specifically to 4K content. And for dessert, Sony is also unveling a new member of its 4K Ultra HD TV line, the X850A series.

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Neil Young Pono music ecosystem coming our way soon

Neil Young Pono music ecosystem coming our way soon

The iPod, and generally most MP3 players, has revolutionized to some extent the way we enjoy and consume music, but has also somewhat lowered the taste for high-quality audio, a problem that musician Neil Young is seeking to solve with his new Pono portable music player and online store. And, if his optimism gets translated to reality, we might be seeing the products really soon.

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Roku updates iOS app with video streaming feature

Roku updates iOS app with video streaming feature

Roku has been busy with the updates lately, having released Redbox Instant in its channel store earlier this month, and now rolling out an update for its iOS app. With the mobile update comes a new feature for Play on Roku, which was first seen back in late 2012: video streaming. There's no mention of the feature coming to Android.

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Sony 4K Ultra HD Media Player to hit shelves July 15th

Sony 4K Ultra HD Media Player to hit shelves July 15th

Sony unveiled its 4K HD Media Player back in January at CES, and stated it would be available this summer in a statement in April. Today the company further clarified this, revealing that the device will be available on retailer shelves later this month on July 15, with online ordering available now and shipments starting tomorrow.

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