Equip your office or home with a computer created by VoodooPC, and some might regard it as evidence of a midlife crisis.
Among his peers in the audio industry, Joe Atkins is an anomaly: He is not interested in how loudspeakers work. Indeed, Atkins has never read a hi-fi magazine.
A speaker may come close to reproducing sound perfectly in a laboratory, but alas, no one lives in a lab.
Jim Bolton knows every inch of unused space in a Ferrari.
the concept behind the ribbon speaker is rather straightforward. A thin strip of conducting foil (the ribbon) is suspended between the poles of powerful magnets.
With the introduction of Blue Ocean, we may be witnessing the emergence of a new product category.
The latest controller in the Pronto family from Philips (www.pronto.philips.com) controls as many as 13 household systems—including A/V
Finally, this magazine has a reason to add some T+A to its pages.
Despite the immediate success of the 6108, the world’s only mobile phone with handwriting recognition, which debuted in Asia earlier this year, Nokia (
A subset of video processors is drawing attention from two disparate groups: videophiles, who are excited by even the slightest improvement in picture quality; and the rest of the world—people who