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Take one part gadget, one part crowdfunding and one part cocktail app, mix well and voila: the MixStik.

By September 4, 2015

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Verizon's Go90 free mobile video service mixes YouTube with Hulu

Verizon is privately inviting "millennial" viewers to try its new, free, mobile video service, Go90 -- but we'll let anyone watch our preview of the service that mixes Hulu with YouTube with a bit of live sports.

By September 8, 2015


MixStik cocktail gadget puts a little Bluetooth in your vermouth

This glowing LED bar pairs with a phone to help you mix the perfect drink, and it wants to win your heart on Kickstarter. Hit play to check it out.

By September 4, 2015


Mix 'n' match with the Electrolux AEG Custom-Flex fridge (pictures)

With modular in-door shelves, this refrigerator puts the focus on flexible food storage.

6 Images By September 3, 2015

Editors' Take

SodaStream Mix

Coming next year, the cloud-connected SodaStream Mix will carbonate whatever liquid you like.

By April 13, 2015

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Mixing cola and molten lead produces pure metallic beauty

Step aside, Diet Coke and Mentos. The Internet has discovered a new way to turn Coca-Cola into a reckless work of artistic expression.

By June 10, 2015


What's it like to mix live sound for some of the world's biggest bands?

Front-of-house engineer David Haines mixes live sound for the Black Eyed Peas, among others. He fills the Audiophiliac in on how it works.

By March 18, 2015


Create, compare Apple Watch designs with Mix Your Watch

Using this interactive website you can mix and match your Apple Watch bands with housing before you place your order.

By March 5, 2015


PC market a mixed bag when tablets factored in

New data from research firm Canalys says that the total PC market, including tablets, fell 6 percent in the fourth quarter but was up 3 percent for all of 2014.

By February 3, 2015


What's the biggest factor determining the sound of your music: Recording, mixing or mastering?

The Audiophiliac interviews mastering engineer Dave McNair about who should get most of the credit for great sounding recordings, and his answer may surprise you.

By January 14, 2015