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When will iTunes get around to selling high-resolution music files? There's nothing stopping Apple, but who would pay a premium for better-sounding music?
Zoom's H1 Handy Recorder has built-in stereo microphones and does MP3 and up to 96-KHz/24-bit high-resolution audio on the cheap.
RCA will release four Mobile DTV products later this year.
Interested in self-publishing an e-book? CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy offers some basic tips for e-book publishing and lays out your best options for publishing quickly and easily.
Truly portable high-end audio products are rare, but Furutech's Cruise USB digital-to-analog converter/headphone amplifier will wow demanding audiophiles.
The Philips PVD900's relatively large screen, decent battery life, and built-in QAM tuner make it a better-than-average portable DTV.
We've rounded up our top tablets that improve the user experience with native keyboard functionality.
In a demo, MHL Consortium turns a Samsung Galaxy II, or any MHL-enabled mobile device, and an HDTV into a full-featured home entertainment system.
The world's very best headphones were all gathered at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest held last week in Denver. Good sounds, indeed!
Despite stiff competition, laptops are more popular than ever. Our handy guide explores the options available.