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Don’t believe a thing! Our favorite tech-themed April Fools’ gags for 2014

It's April 1, which means the Internet is flooded with April Fools gags. We've gathered together the ones which make us laugh, chuckle, and groan the most, including our pick of Google's efforts.

How to convert AVI to DVD

So you've got a movie in AVI format, but you want to put it on a disc so you can watch it through your DVD player. In this article, we offer up a dead simple tutorial on how to convert AVI to DVD – no matter what operating system you're using.

Sony unleashes two sound bars and a sound platform, all loaded and priced to sell

Sony unveils three concise new sound systems, including two sound bars, and a sound platform, all of which incorporate a host of HD features at an affordable price. Come inside to see what makes these new units compelling additions to the HT genre.

Klipsch adds R6 and R6i in-ear ‘monitors’ to its Reference lineup

Klipsch's Reference line has historically centered around the company's flagship series of high-end speakers, but in 2007 the company began using its audio know-how to produce high-quality pairs of headphones that are now sold under the Reference umbrella.

Banish the bunny ears (and monthly bills) with these potent indoor antennas

When transitioning away from pay-TV service, finding the best television antenna for your area can be troublesome. We have tested some excellent solutions for indoor antennas that can be used within apartments and homes.

Chromecast adds Vudu, Crackle to its growing list of apps, Seinfeld fans rejoice

Chromecast added Vudu and Crackle to its burgeoning family of apps today, marking a rapidly expanding pace of application partners since the company released its SD kit to developers in February.

Sonos and MLB team up to stream every baseball game this season for $20

In its first ever sports-centric effort, Sonos has partnered with MLB.com to deliver live game audio to every regular season and post-season baseball game with no blackout limitations.

What an Apple-Comcast deal could mean for the future of TV

If Apple and Comcast hook up, will they be able to revolutionize television? Or will the whole thing fall apart over net neutrality and money?

Astell & Kern AK240 review

There’s nothing like $2,500 worth of hi-fi hardware to make the daily commute more bearable. Step inside to find out if the new AK240 hi-res portable player from iriver can ascend its mountainous price point and make it worth transporting from your…

  • Pros: Unparalleled mobile audio quality, Plays virtually any f...
  • Cons: No online browsing option, Can’t yet upload songs direct...

CBS may create an Internet-TV service if Aereo wins in Supreme Court

Potentially changing how network television content will be distributed in the future, CBS CEO Les Moonves believes that the networks could easily pull together to create a viable Aereo alternative.

JBL Authentics L8 wireless speaker

Check out our first look at JBL's gorgeous new Authentics L8 wireless speaker.

Harman Kardon Sabre SB 35 review

The Sabre SB35 sound bar brings gorgeous good looks, and one of the slimmest profiles we’ve seen on the market. But did Harman Kardon go too thin with this sliver of silver to produce hi-fi audio performance?

  • Pros: Gorgeous form factor, Powerful, full soundstage, Multipl...
  • Cons: Sharp treble, Muffled midrange, Only one provided micro-...

Study projects 4K will expand like HD, only faster

Research by Parks Associates points to 4K's similar tracing of HDTV's popularity/price trajectory — except, this time around, 4K is projected to reach HDTV's current level of affordability and ubiquity at an accelerated pace.

Roku CEO calls Apple TV a money loser, shrugs off new Amazon streaming device

At a recent Re/Code conference, Roku CEO Anthony Wood called out his peers in the streaming marketplace, including Apple, and Amazon. As competition is rising from all facets of the streaming universe, see why Wood and Roku aren't sweating.

Amazon denies having a free, ad-supported streaming media service in the works

After a Wall Street Journal article sparked rumors of a free streaming service from Amazon on the way, a spokeswoman for the company has flatly denied it.

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