Denon Electronics announced its new AVR-X1000 ($499), AVR-X2000 ($699), AVR-X3000 ($999) and AVR-X4000 ($1299) network home theatre audio/video receivers.
Pioneer Electronics announced its new Elite VSX-43 7.1-channel ($525) and VSX-70 7.2-channel ($750) audio/video receivers.
Kingston Digital announced that it now offers a 128GB version of its Wi-Drive, which offers file sharing and pocket-sized portable storage for Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Amazon.com announced that it has updated its Cloud Player audio service to include scan and match technology as well as other improvements.
Pioneer Electronics announced its new HTZ-BD32 Blu-ray 3D Home Theater in a Box (HTiB) system.
Onkyo USA announced that it has added streaming capabilities to the remote control apps for its 2012 line of AV receivers, as well as introduced a USB Bluetooth adaptor that provides similar capabilities through a hardware gateway.
Apple previewed iOS 6 at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and announced that the mobile device operating system will be available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users this fall as a free software update.
NETGEAR announced its new NeoTV Pro HD Streaming Player, which features wireless display capability using Intel’s WiDi technology.
Yamaha Corporation of America announced its new 9.2-channel RX-A3020 ($2,199.95) and RX-A2020 ($1,699.95), as well as 7.2-channel RX-A1020 ($1,199.95), RX-A820 ($899.95) and RX-A720 ($699.95) audio/video receivers.
Kingston Digital announced a software update that enables browser support for the company’s Wi-Drive storage device.
Pioneer Electronics announced four new 5.1 and 7.1-channel audio video receivers, the VSX-522 ($249), VSX-822 ($379), VSX-1022 ($449) and VSX-1122 ($599).
Apple announced that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners have downloaded more than 25 billion apps from its App Store since launching less than four years ago.
Onkyo announced its new HT-S5500 ($649) and HT-S3500 ($399) home theatre systems.