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Confused about quantum dots, HDR, MEMS and other new TV tech? Here's what all of 2015's TV buzzwords mean.
Quantum dots promise better color and better efficiency for TVs. Here's how they work, and what they can do for modern TVs.
Audiophiles love affair with tube amps -- still crazy after all these years?
Electric guitarists' love affair with tube amplifiers dates back to the birth of rock music.
Take a tour of the Redoutable, the largest as well as the only ballistic missile submarine fully accessible to the public.
Estimated to have taken two years off WWII, saving countless lives, the code and cipherbreaking of Bletchley Park was instrumental to the Allies' win. Here's a photo tour of this once-secret pantheon of codebreaking, and the birthplace of the modern computer.
Don’t judge others by how they listen. Don’t presume superiority because you listen differently than most. This is a condescending trend that has to stop.
Steve Perlman believes his company's pCell technology will revolutionize the wireless industry, eliminating congestion, dead zones, and unreliable connections.
For the first time since the death of the CRT, numerous nonflat televisions will make it onto store shelves. But has the drive to differentiate and turn a profit bent these boob tubes far beyond beneficial?
In an in-depth interview, Henry Samueli predicts a lot more bits in our future with multigigabit Wi-Fi, LTE, and home broadband. Moore's Law is a tougher challenge, but Broadcom plans high-end CPUs, too.