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Part Two: Will Musicianship Matter?
Part One: Tearing Down the Wall of Noise
High technology license fees have kept the Chinese consumer electronics industry in chains. A new audio and video compression standard will set it free
Software tricks will let the deaf sign over smart phones
False emergency warnings and Xerox scanners compression error issue
At Real World Studios in the British countryside, he masters the mix
Taiwanese research institute set on commercializing the technology, likely in car-audio systems first
Build a sweet-sounding class-D amplifier for $500
One of the last remaining tube domains is in music applications, but there the devices flourish and even innovate
A quiet revolution is transforming audio electronics
Who Knew Naked Ears Could Feel So Good?
Make your iPod or iPhone sound better with this replacement digital-to-analog converter
A Turing Test alternative, the Winograd Schema Challenge aims to determine how well AI handles common sense reasoning
App developers must respect the quirks of smartphone culture when crowdsourcing
Two insulators become an amazing conductor when joined, promising efficient power electronics
“Distracting Ourselves to Death” isn’t just a metaphor anymore
The device gives a discreet, disposable way to measure the alcohol level in your body
Multiphysics simulation reduces risk and shortens product development time
This paragon of technological moxie bet heavily on outsourcing and lost. Can it recover its luster?
Mix in a little bit of licensed LTE, and everyone wins