In many respects, it could be considered a boombox. But if the Sony Muteki RDH-GTK33iP shelf system can't easily be hoisted above our heads in an attempt to win the heart of the girl we love, we simply can't bring ourselves to actually call it that.
This is a sponsored blog. While the views expressed here are mine, I have been compensated by BROOKSTONE to write about this product. There are a million ways that you can express your personal style. From the clothes you wear, your hair style, favorite TV shows and movies, to the things you post on your social media channels. Then there’s your favorite music and how you listen to it.
When taking photos, whether it be of sights or people, sometimes shooting through a window is unavoidable, and that means there's probably going to be glare or reflections. Turns out, researchers at MIT's Media Lab are looking to address this, as their Camera Culture Group is developing a camera that can take photos through glass without any reflections.
Collectible Card Games or CCG's aren't exactly new, both in the physical realm, like Magic and Yu-Gi-Oh, as well as in the digital world, like Hearthstone. But, unless you do actually play Magic or Yu-Gi-Oh in complete LARP gear, these don't exactly give the full feeling of really commanding your troops in a fantasy setting. Thanks to virtual reality, that will be a thing of the past.
Fender might be a mainstay in speakers but until now it hasn't taken the leap to more personal audio. That changes today, however, with the launch of not one but five different sets of IEMs (in-ear monitors), and rather than just big drivers and lots of power, they rely on high-tech magic like 3D printing. Dubbed the Fender Pro In-Ear Monitors, the range spans pricing from $99.99 through to $499.
I've personally never been much of a fan of soccer, whether it's watching it on TV, or playing it in a video game. However, developer Psyonix realized that what the sport needed was a bunch of rocket-fueled cars to liven it up. The game has been limited to the PC and PS4, however, that will be changing very soon.
Documents provided to The Intercept by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden show new evidence of a long-running surveillance campaign against drones flown by the Israelis, Syrians, and other nations in the region.
Sony has always been positive that TV sales will increase this year especially since more companies and manufacturers are pushing for the advancement of the smart home technology. Internet of Things isn't just about smart home appliances but perhaps one of the first devices a household can get is a new smart TV .
This week the folks at Amazon appear to have experienced a bit of a leak - on their newest e-reader, the Kindle Oasis. At least, that's what the leak suggests it'll be called. This leak comes from China, and includes details on what the device will look like and act like.
The folks at Backblaze have released a system they call Storage Pod 6.0, and they've open-sourced the whole works. Their aim is to drive down the cost of creating a data storage server (your own personal cloud) while they improve the reliability and durability of said servers each time they release a new version. Their first model was Storage Pod 1.0, which was launched all the way back in 2009.
Back in February we reported that the release of Activision's latest quarterly financial report teased "a new innovative Call of Duty title" for release later this year from developer Infinity Ward, along with the speculation that it may feature a space setting — a bit of a departure for the military-themed FPS game.
Sony has just announced its latest mirrorless digital camera model, the A6300. Fans of Sony's cameras will recognize this as the long-awaited follow-up to the A6000 from 2014, and this replacement is arriving with a number of impressive features. Chief among them are a new 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, the ability to shoot 4K video footage, and a new ultra-fast autofocus system.
The latest iPhone 6s spot is a somewhat bizarre 60-second spot called "Onions." The ad aims to show that shooting 4K video on the iPhone 6s makes anything look beautiful — even someone just chopping an onion. In a departure from Apple's often-used clinical advertising style, the ad shows a girl filming a woman chop an onion. The girl's brother passes the video around at work.
If everybody loves an underdog story, why aren't more people buying HTC phones? That's the question the Android stalwart must be puzzling over, having spent the past four to five years trying to figure out how to be "critic's choice" rather than "also-ran" in the smartphone space.
For starters, it features a newly developed 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, a Bionz X processor, 11-fps continuous shooting, ISO range of up to 52,000 and 4K video in Super 35mm format. To give you an idea of how confident Sony is about the A6300's Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160) capabilities , the company says this is the best 4K video quality it's ever put in any consumer camera.
At the heart of the discovery is the Integrated Organ and Printing System (ITOP), which is unlike any 3D printer we've seen so far. It uses "biodegradable, plastic-like material" to form the shape of tissues, as well as water-based ink to hold cells and a series of microchannels to allow oxygen and nutrients to flow through.
Over-the-ear headphones get your hopes up. Those who choose to wear bulky cups balanced on top of their heads expect to be rewarded with above-average sound quality to make up for the lack of convenience, particularly on consumer-grade cans designed to be used outside of a studio environment.
U ltimate Ears is probably more recognized by its successful UE Boom line of Bluetooth speakers. But the company actually started out in the niche market of?high-end custom in-ear monitors (IEMs). That fortunately still continues today.
Yesterday should have been the release date for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (well, one of the release dates, at least). However, last month, Sony announced that it would be delayed until May 10th. This naturally upset many fans, some were so upset that they pulled off a heist to steal copies of the game while they were in transit to retailers.