Do you remember your first PC? I do as if it were yesterday--probably for all the wrong reasons. But the memory sticks.
Nokia has sneezed its latest creation into life -- the N79 is a 5-megapixel quad-band camera phone with Carl Zeiss optics and GPS navigation
The album as an art form peaked with the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" LP, but most bands are still making albums. Why? No one listens to complete records anymore.
The mono versions of Dylan's early albums went out of print in the 1960s. The new ones sound singularly terrific!
The Audiophiliac ponders the hubbub about his Beatles on iTunes blog.
According to reports, Apple and The Beatles might be ready to announce a partnership for online music during the Super Bowl.
The Audiophiliac gets a preview of PSB Speakers' new Synchrony line.
The FCC is coming for the schools and churches just like that crazy guy on the corner told you! On June 12 they'll require anybody using a wireless microphone that operators in the 700 MHZ spectrum to stop using that mic.
Just like the LG Watch, we are a 21st century product for the 21st century consumer. Which means we exist now for people who exist now. Sigh. Ryan Block of Gdgt joins us to talk about an algorithm to steal your Social Security number.
Despite skimpy connectivity and a low power rating, Harman Kardon's new entry-level receiver is a sonic thoroughbred.
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