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Sacramento Kings are first pro sports team to accept Bitcoin

The NBA franchise says it will use BitPay to process digital-currency payments for team merchandise and tickets starting March 1.

By Jan. 16, 2014


Kings of clarity: the Equator Audio D5 speakers

The Audiophiliac checks out a $400 pair desktop pro monitors and comes away impressed!

By Jul. 21, 2013


Steve Ballmer bringing NBA's Kings to Seattle?

A report suggests that a group headed by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and hedge fund manager Chris Hansen is buying the Sacramento Kings and bringing them to Seattle.

By Jan. 9, 2013


Heir Audio headphones: The new kings of clarity?

The Audiophiliac tests not one, but two snazzy-looking models of Heir headphones, and they're both insanely great!

By Sep. 16, 2012


Outfitting Porsches for Arabian kings, American ostrich farmers

Road Trip 2011: For 25 years, Porsche has offered its customers a high degree of customization for their new cars. Buyers can choose from any number of unusual interior-leather color combinations, and can even have their ranch's brand embossed on the seats. For a price, of course.

By Jul. 31, 2011


Content kings control the future of IPTV

Movie studios and television networks are still the ones calling the shots, despite the spread of the Net-connected TV revolution.

By Aug. 23, 2010


China supercomputer design points to future speed kings

China has muscled into the No. 2 supercomputing ranking using Nvidia graphics chips--a technology that Intel is now pursuing.

By Jun. 1, 2010


A urine collector for kings and commoners

The FirstBurst puts a whole new spin on the Royal We. Joking aside, the invention is designed to help doctors in emerging nations do a better job of collecting urine for testing.

By Nov. 8, 2007


New & Noteworthy: 4D; Farewell to Kings; Helios

New & Noteworthy: 4D; Farewell to Kings; Helios

By Sep. 5, 2001


Photos: Frankfurt speed kings

Automakers used the 2007 Frankfurt auto show to launch a set of hot new cars and updates.

By Sep. 13, 2007