Ryan Waniata is an audio engineer, musician, composer, and lover of all things tech, audio, and cinema. Hailing originally from Montana, Ryan received his bachelor degree from the University of Montana in composition and technology. He later studied audio engineering at the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, AZ, then packed up for Nashville, where he spent a couple of years playing and recording music in various studios and local venues. Ryan now makes his home in Portland, OR. Feel free to contact him on twitter, or check in with him at Digital Trends to get the scoop on all the latest in tech, film, and music.
With news of yet another remake, this time a Ronda Rousey-starring shakeup of the Patrick Swayze classic, Road House, it’s time to tell Hollywood enough is enough already. We must stop the reboot machine.
Apple's new Apple TV strives for the lofty goal of completing Steve Jobs' final opus to change the future of TV. But, while the device marks a monumental step forward for the brand, it falls shy of an all out TV revolution.
Netflix may be the prom queen of the streaming marketplace, but Hulu's new ad-free tier makes the service a serious contender in the cutthroat genre. Find out why, in many ways, Hulu is the new service to watch.
All the coolest Bluetooth speakers are waterproof these days, but not all can float. Watch us put Nyne's Aqua to the test in and out of the water to see if this little $100 hunk of sound lives up to its name.
JBL shows off a deluge of new headphones at IFA 2015, including three new series, the Everest, Reflect, and Grip. With everything from customizable noise cancelling, to Bluetooth wireless sharing, and sweat resistant exteriors, there's…
Philips has unveiled a new kind of multi-room sound solution at IFA 2015 in Berlin. Called Izzy, the system uses Bluetooth to connect multiple speakers together and source music from any music service on your phone or tablet.
LG today announced the company's gorgeous top-tier 4K UHD OLED displays will stream High Dynamic Range content from Amazon Prime Instant Video, joining a very elite group of next-gen TVs that support the burgeoning technology.
Hulu has finally unleashed a highly-anticipated commercial free tier to its lineup of services. The new tier will cost $12 per month for the full catalog without commercial interruptions, but select programming will still get tagged with…