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HTC is teasing an announcement that will reveal a "new sound and camera experience" on smartphones. The announcement will likely take place at its scheduled Feb. 19 press event.
Kickstarter is a great site for people with ideas to get funding to make their visions a reality. Today we will examine two different products: A solar charger for your iPad and a plasma speaker.
Today Apple confirmed that CEO Steve Jobs will be performing the keynote address at Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference 2006. The executives will show developers a world-first preview of Mac OS X "Leopard" during...
Computer screens of the future could offer sound as well as vision, eliminating the need for separate loud speakers. A British company called NXT has found a way to turn a computer...
CHIP FIRM Analog Devices will be the first to introduce a silicon version of Dolby Virtual Speaker technology, the firm said today. The Melody SHARC Ultra also includes Dolby Headphone technology and will be used...