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Devialet’s “Phantom” Implosion Stereo Speaker is a Musical Breakthrough

The Phantom eliminates the need for a sub-woofer. The whole device is a petite all-in-one speaker that delivers what may be the best sound in the world.

Mars Levitating Speaker Takes Music to New Heights

The Mars speaker from Crazybaby possesses a unique combination of features; it is both a master at both music playback and at levitation.

Introducing Google Play Music All Access

Google has recently introduced a competitive service to the music market. With Google Play Music All Access, at just 10 dollars a month, users have access to a wide variety of songs to stream from the cloud. Through a feature called scan and match, Google Play Music can scan through music...

Google Chromecast vs. Apple AirPlay

Showtime Showdown "Everyone loves their phones, tablets, and laptops," said Google. "Unlike other solutions, we will not force you to have the same operating system on all your devices." Google is throwing a punch at Apple with their new Google Chromecast, a tiny $35 dongle that lets anyone...

Beatbox Brilliance: Tom Thum at TEDxSydney

What The Guardian UK calls a person who "appears to have swallowed an entire orchestra and several backing singers," Tom Thum, the self-proclaimed "versatile voicebox" performed at the University of Sydney-hosted TEDxtalk event and wowed thousands of Aussies and millions on YouTube with his vocal...

Apple seals deal with HBO, ESPN for Apple TV

The Cupertino-based tech giant sealed a deal with HBO and ESPN to bring the HBOGo and WatchESPN apps to Apple TV. The product, which uses iTunes to deliver purchased and rented media, has sold over 1.1 million television shows and movies combined. [caption id="attachment_6427"...

Roku 3: the new, fully-loaded streaming player

The era of cable and satellite subscriptions are coming to a screeching halt, and tech giants like Apple and Google are racing to get consumers hooked onto their own media-streaming services in order to keep up with the new norm. [caption id="attachment_6285" align="alignleft" width="620"] The new ...

WWDC and E3: The Tech Toys of the (Near) Future

With the wake of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) coming to a calm, we have highlighted the biggest and most-anticipated tech toys of 2013:   iOS 7. Arguably the biggest announcement of the year in consumer technology is...

Reasons to Get a Smart TV

Smart TVs (also called connected TVs) are able to access a wide variety of content and services from the Internet. A smart TV can easily increase the amount of media you use without greatly increasing your costs. Like smart phones, many of the apps for smart TVs are free or they require...

IP Making Home Music Distribution Easier

The complex job of bringing music and control to every room of your house is now being made much simpler, thanks to IP-based distribution systems. This relatively recent method is revolutionizing home entertainment systems, and can send audio and even video throughout your house with a minimum...

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