A development in speaker materials will lead to clearer sound and less distortion, acoustics experts say, although they can’t state with certainty that the average listener will hear a difference.
Options are multiplying for consumers to put together a grocery shopping list online, have their purchases picked out for them and to pick them up or have them delivered to their home.
Shelves at Best Buy, Target, Walmart and other stores are packed with headphones. The increase in selection is a good thing for consumers, industry sources say.
If you get an unsolicted robocall that claims to be from Verizon Tech Support, it’s probably a scammer, Verizon says.
In February 2014, Federal Trade Commission fined scammers who falsely promised free gift cards to consumers and sold consumer information. Unfortunately, these scams aren’t going away.
Email scams that infect your computer with malware now include fake funeral notices.
According to rumor, Amazon is designing and building a smartphone that will appear to be 3-D without the use of 3-D glasses, thanks to tiny cameras that capture head or eye movement and generate a 3-D image.
Consumer confusion abounds in the streaming-video arena, and it isn’t about to improve, says Dan Rayburn, who is a principal analyst at market-research company Frost & Sullivan.
Just because they could do it doesn’t mean that they will.
The same microphones that have been responsible for improved audio quality in smartphones and tablet computers soon will be incorporated into hearing aids, an industry expert says.
As the availability of virtual-reality headsets draws near, their application is expected to go beyond video games to 360-degree immersion in prerecorded and live video.
Feel free to believe the hype, an expert says, but the full graphene payoff still is years away.
Vehicles that come with 4G LTE connectivity won't have a higher MSRP, but they'll drive up your wireless bills if you use the service.
United Airlines now lets you stream video in flight free on Apple devices. The service will be available to users of Google Android devices by the end of 2014.
Samsung’s Galaxy S 5 brings fingerprint-recognition technology to Google Android mobile devices, while other mobile devices will use the security measure by late 2014.
Despite developments that were unveiled earlier in 2014, analysts believe that the video-game market isn’t about to undergo any game-changing move to streaming.
Guests at select Starwood hotels soon will have the option of checking in to their room with their smartphone.
Apple now notifies parents of a 15-minute window during which children can rack up charges from purchases that are made inside of a mobile application when they sign in to certain apps.
You should know that not all mobile applications can be trusted to secure your personal information sufficiently.
Unlike Google Android phones, Apple iPhones don’t let you make payments by holding the phone up against a sensor. A smartphone case for the iPhone 5s now lets users do just that.