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Music

Music industry titans unite to standardize high resolution audio

Massive players in the music and electronics industries have joined forces to define hi-res audio, as well as creating a four-category identification system to help users understand exactly what type of file they're getting, from source to…
Cool Tech

TrackR bravo is a coin-sized tracking device that makes you look forward to losing things

The TrackR bravo is a slim, round device that clips or sticks onto objects and makes them trackable via the company’s iOS or Android app. It also links to a GPS network to leverage a community of users to help find lost items.
Product Review

Moneual RYDIS H68 Pro Review

Moneual RYDIS H68 Pro review.
Cars

Nissan ZEOD RC completes all-electric Le Mans lap … but retires shortly after

The Nissan ZEOD RC achieved its maker's goal of an all-electric lap at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but not much else. The experimental plug-in hybrid expired less an an hour into the race.
Mobile

Apps as art? Björk app added to MoMA permanent collection

Björk's 2011 app Biophilia has become the first downloadable app to earn the distinction of appearing in a Museum of Modern Art collection, impressing curators with its innovation and design.
Apple

Apple recalls European iPhone chargers in 37 countries due to overheating and safety risk

Apple is recalling the 5W European USB power adapters that came with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S models shipped from October 2009 to September 2012 in 37 countries, due to overheating and safety risk.
Computing

How much faster will PCs with Intel x99 8-Core CPUs and DDR4 RAM be?

Faster CPUs, faster memory, faster and higher-capacity storage devices—all of this adds up to significantly faster PCs once X99-based systems come around.
Mobile

Fitbit is bringing fitness tracking to Windows Phone

If Microsoft is going to make headway against Android and iOS, it's going to need a few more developments like this — Fitbit has announced that it's working on Windows Phone support for its devices.
Mobile

FCC tests ways to kill the telephone wire

 The copper wires that have linked U.S. telephones since the 1880’s have begun their long journey to the historical dustbin. In fact, according to the Federal Communications Commission on Friday, they just entered “phase zero.” In…
Features

Gory but good: Company plans virtual cadaver software

A team of scientists aim to create the most advanced virtual medical cadavers yet, to solve a simple problem: dead bodies are in short supply, and training in the real world is a very slow process.
Computing

DIY Dream: Build a speedy budget PC for just $350

You don't need a four-digit budget to build a PC that handles basic tasks. Here, we'll take you through the parts you'll need to put together a system that will let you do the bare essentials.