I am so far from being an audiophile that it's not even funny. I like to hear the bass in music, but I don’t really...
Mar 17 2010, 9:00am CDT
Japanese RockRidgeSound announces a analog vacuum tube speakers dock system for Apple iPod players.
Nov 27 2006, 6:00am CST
Source: Sacramento Bee
Losing a parent is an inevitable hurdle in life. And for baby boomers, whose aging parents are often in their 80s and 90s, it’s an imminent one. Aside from coping with the emotional burden, there’s also the burden of dealing with all the “stuff.” It can be overwhelming.
Alan Miller holds a dance lesson flip book produced in the 1940s once owned by his mother. Miller, overwhelmed by his parents’ personal belongings after their death, has hired a p ...
Full article at: Sacramento Bee
Jun 29 2014, 2:00am CDT
We just had this Vacuum Tube USB drive concept on yesterday. Now I just saw that Japanese Gadget Exporter Audio Cubes...
Sep 9 2006, 11:21am CDT
Source: Ars Technica
Vacuum tubes in a guitar amplifier.
The transistor revolutionized the world and made the abundant computing we now rely on a possibility, but before the transistor, there was the vacuum tube. Large, hot, power hungry, and prone to failure, vacuum tubes are a now-forgotten relic of the very earliest days of computing. But there's a chance that vacuum tube technology could make its ...
Full article at: Ars Technica
Jun 24 2014, 5:08pm CDT
[ Filed under Transportation & in the Concept Vehicles category ]
As far as super-fast maglev trains go, China has long been the undisputed champion with their 267 MPH Shanghai Maglev Train. But Dr. Deng Zigang of Jiaotong University may have just bested his own country’s record. His super-maglev loop train could allow future commuter trains to travel at mind-blo ...
Full article at: Gajitz
May 28 2014, 10:00am CDT
You sure have seen our recent coverage of the weird Syringe USB flash drive. Now another, which I find more appealing...
Sep 8 2006, 10:18am CDT