It started with three Fanny Wang headsets knocking around NFL locker rooms, but now dozens of pro football players--and hopefully many more of their fans--want to get their hands on Fanny Wang’s new bass-boosting over-the-ear headsets.
GiiNii’s AudioBulb, a wireless speaker in the shell of an LED light bulb, installs quickly into any lamp or light fixture. Link a couple with an AudioBulb base station and you have an instant home wireless speaker system.
Lights, iPad, Action! Epson’s new line of portable projectors make it easy to project huge videos or still images from an iPad, iPhone or iPod onto a big screen with rich stereo sound.
It’s one thing to mix a touchscreen PC with some loose DJ hardware and make it all work, but the DSC Sound Control by PC modder Chris Blarsky makes it all downright cool.
With its low price, high-resolution 7-inch display, and a GPS that doesn’t need a data connection, Lenovo’s IdeaPad Tablet A1 remakes the future of tablets.
For students, whether to choose a laptop or a tablet may not be obvious. But in some campus scenarios, one device may have an edge over the other.
Shopping for new shoes? Aetrex wants you to dive feet-first into its computerized foot-measuring gizmo.
Revised Facebook app adds video uploads and and other minor tweaks; PlayBook Tablet OS gets a little polish with support for new languages, in-app purchases and more--but native e-mail app and Android still missing.
New Nook challenges Amazon's Kindle with its simplicity, light weight and snappy, monochrome display.
The Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader just got an overhaul. The new version of the device is 35 percent lighter than the original Nook and uses a 6-inch E-Ink Pearl display.
It looks like something out of The Jetsons--or maybe RoboCop--but the luggage-toting Yobot robot at the glitzy new Yotel New York hotel is turning heads near Times Square.
Articles by Robert S. Anthony