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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Don't expect any full tracks out of the Gorillaz Until the time is ripe - but today we're getting a preview. Today Jamie Hewlett released not one, but two videos - very short videos - showing what's going on in the studio with the creators of the next Gorillaz album. One video is relatively short but includes some futuristic musical jams, while the other is long but contains no music.
If you'll forgive the hipster-ish-ness of it all, I was a cord-cutter before cord-cutting was a thing. Not because I wanted to be, but rather due to a childhood in which we didn't have cable and, later on, the habit of living without it. I had an old Dell laptop connected to the TV and a ton of DVDs ripped to its hard drive.
Chinese smartphones are making waves. Xiaomi, Lenovo, and Huawei come to mind when we think of large Chinese smartphone manufacturers. Yet one of my favorite brands that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves is Nubia.
Nubia offers incredible build quality, with large displays and extremely small bezels. It also packs in great internal hardware to match the great looks of its phones.
This is HTC's flagship for 2016, and don't let the name fool you: the HTC 10 is absolutely an Android device. A 5.2-inch, 2K Marshmallow smartphone with a full-metal unibody, the HTC 10 packages Snapdragon 820, 4GB of memory, and USB-C in a slick, premium chassis. The display has a 564ppi pixel density, and covers 92-percent of the NTSC color gamut.
Since February, it has been known that WhatsApp will be discontinuing their support for all versions of BlackBerry OS, including BlackBerry 10, by the end of 2016. Despite new versions being released through BlackBerry World, and WhatsApp continuing to work, for now, many have tried running the Android version on BlackBerry 10 as a means of keeping their WhatsApp access alive.
Another day, another massively expensive 360 (spherical) camera rig you'll never be able to afford as a common citizen. Facebook suggests that this system can be built from camera parts you can buy yourselves, the total cost for the rig reaching somewhere around $30,000.
One of the most exciting things in the trailer for Captain America: Civil War was the brief scene with Spider-Man helping Iron Man's team. I particularly like it when Tony Stark yells out "Underoos!" and Spidey flips into action taking Cap's shield. I totally had those Spider-Man Undergoes growing up.
Dish Network has announced that its Hopper 3, currently its most advanced DVR, can now stream Netflix content in 4k Ultra HD resolution. The support starts as of today, and involves the Ultra HD content Netflix has available in its library.
Here's the latest ZenFone from ASUS. We're actually waiting for Computex for the new smartphone to be unveiled but theZenFone Go TV was already sighted on ASUS 'official website. The phone is ideal for those who enjoy media experience while on-the-go. If you always want to be updated with the shows and movies you've watch, you can rely in this ZenFone Go TV.
I prefer earbuds to headphones because they are smaller and easier to carry around than a full-sized pair of earphones. While I like them better earphones, I know I’m not alone in having issues with earbuds falling out of my ears. If you’re a fan of Apple’s earpods which have come packaged with the iPhone, there’s a solution for this problem.