The Audiophiliac matches the Audio Technica AT LP60 turntable with a pair of Audioengine A2+ speakers -- the combination really clicked!
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Assuming you do a lot of shopping at Walmart anyway, it's like getting a 9-inch tablet for $199.
YouTube is a household name, but most handheld gear doesn't support it. The Flash video grabber and converter YouTube Downloader makes taking your YouTube with you a cinch, and Editor Seth Rosenblatt shows you how in this First Look video.
Google tells operators of YouTube-MP3.org that by converting YouTube music videos into MP3 files, they violate the site's terms of service and risk "legal consequences."
Google Docs dropped support for older Office formats, but there are still at least three options to continue using the file formats you want or need.
We unbox the Nexus 7 (yay!) and the Nexus Q (what the?) in the wake of the Google I//O announcements, plus unleash the Chromebook on an unsuspecting focus group. In Future Tech, swarming helibots that are here to help you--honest.
Sure, there are freeware tools that can get the job done, but why not grab this power tool instead? It usually runs $50. But the offer expires tomorrow!
For very little money, you can buy the apps and accessories needed to become an iPhone movie-making auteur.
The Hifiman Express is a USB digital-to-analog converter, and it can rev up the sound of the speakers or headphones connected to your computer.