What's the deal with LTE, anyway? Glenn Fleishman explains the ins and outs of the Long Term Evolution mobile broadband standard.
4K resolution is the next stage in HD content. Is it worth they hype?
If you've ever wanted to stream music or video from one device (say, your laptop or your smartphone) to another (like your TV), you know it can be a bit of a pain. DLNA Certified devices can make life easier.
We often take it for granted that sound just comes out of speakers, but how they work is interesting -- and important to their placement.
There's a new wireless standard on the way, and it promises more reliable connections and greater speed than 802.11n. What's this new 802.11ac standard all about?
Thunderbolt is method for transferring data between devices, much like USB or FireWire. We'll tell you all about what it is and how it works.
Shopping for an HDTV can be a confusing mess. 720p or 1080p? 120Hz or 240Hz? You can get pretty far down the rabbit hole when talking about HDTV specs, but here are a few of the most common terms you'll see, and what they mean.
Nvidia's system-on-chip powers many Android tablets, with many tablets and phones on the way. Do you need one in your next device?
In this installment of our Three-Minute Tech series, Kirk McElhearn shows how noise-canceling headphones work.
The day may come when increased storage capacities and unfettered Internet bandwidth make uncompressed audio files the norm. But for now, audio files are generally compressed to save space and to make downloads faster. Here's how it works.
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