The first cellular phone call was made in 1973 on a handset that weighed 2.5 pounds and stood 9 inches tall.
Many people have grown accustomed to storing all of their media—music, movies, etc.—on computers. But computers hardly have a reputation for user-friendliness.
The recent demise of Pioneer’s Kuro plasma-TV line reduced the options for consumers of high-end flat-panel TVs.
Firestone Audio conceived the Little Country III for private communing with your favorite music. This tiny amplifier is designed specifically for use with headphones.
When properly installed and adjusted, subwoofers—speakers designed solely for the reproduction of bass—make home theater dramatically more exciting.
The recession cast a pall over the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January.
The pennant race is still too close to call, and your team is playing on TV. But the weather is warm and sunny, and you do not want to spend the afternoon inside. What is a sports fan to do?
Cool as the AAS Gabriel/DaVinciAudio Labs Turntable (www.da-vinci-audio.com) looks, its design also serves a practical
One of the most powerful audio remote controls ever created may well be resting in your pocket right now.
Most on-wall speakers were designed to complement TVs measuring about four inches thick. Next to today’s one-inch-thick sets, though, the same speakers seem positively portly.