Frank Kobola

Frank Kobola

Frank Kobola was weaned on hi-fi from an early age, thanks to an intensively obsessive father. He's written for Cosmopolitan and Esquire, but his early career was focused entirely on consumer electronics and installation. When he's not writing about consumer electronics, he's tinkering around with them at home almost constantly. He also looks forward to The Singularity, when man and machine will finally become one.

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Home Theater

3D TV is officially dead, but a band of fanatics won’t let go

Manufacturers seem to be finally phasing out 3D after years of letting it struggle for any kind of relevance. Fans of the technology are protesting the decision, but it might be time to let it go.
Home Theater

B&O’s A9 Nordic Sky wireless speaker brings Danish sunsets into your living room

Bang and Olufsen updates its A9 wireless speaker with a suite of new colors inspired by Danish sunsets. Surprisingly, a little bit of color goes a long way. And the new speaker inspired DT contributor, Frank Kobola, to ruminate on the value…
Home Theater

Go from clueless to competent with our home-theater crash course

You say you have absolutely no idea what you're doing to when it comes to home theater gear? No worries, we've got you covered. Put down that issue of Consumer Reports and let us help get you started on the absolute basics, written in…
Computing

ICANN meets in Columbia, still can’t commit to .xxx

After nearly a week of deliberation in Columbia, ICANN has yet again pushed back its decision to formalize the .xxx domain ending.
Emerging Tech

Navy punches through records with ship-splintering railgun

The United States Navy's latest railgun can fire over 100 miles and more than triples the force delivered by the last version tested in 2008.
Emerging Tech

NYU professor installs camera in his skull

NYU professor Wafaa Bilal will make history with a camera attached to the back of his skull, which will take and transmit a photograph every minute for a year.