Friday, April 20, 2018

By Josh Ray. No, it's not a fan. That, ladies and gentlemen, is the world's most powerful subwoofer: the Eminent Tech TRW 17. Rather than your garden variety 10 or...

By Shane McGlaun A few years ago most computer users had probably never heard of MSI. After the netbook revolution began the MSI Wind surfaced as one of the better netbooks on...

By Christen da Costa If it ain't good enough to have just a rear view mirror in your motorcycle helmet, well now you can have speakers too. Software developer Nippon MMI...

By Evan Ackerman The NeoCube may not have any practical purpose, but I want one anyway. Really, really badly. The NeoCube is only incidentally a cube, since it's made of 216 spherical...

by Shane McGlaun In your office, odds are your boss buys the cheapest computers that can be found. That $300 eMachine might work just great for the receptionist whose most taxing application...

By Josh Ray Those in the audio world know tube amplification is some of the best amplification around. Those little glass bulbs provide the juice to power your speakers. Tubes...

By David Ponce A window that turns into a mirror at the flick of a switch. Sounds simple enough, yet the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST) in...

By David Ponce I'll admit it right away. I'm totally out of my depth on this one. But, I can read technolese, and here's what I'm getting. The Hettlage...

By David Ponce These should be good times for the folks at Sleeptracker, having had their product listed as one of TIME.com's 25 Best Inventions of 2005. I happen to have...