Click herefor the text version of the article.
To go to Part 2 of this article click here.
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
Carbon nanotubes wrapped in a polymer offer a powerful sensing platform for many chemicals
Because engineers look good in evening wear (and so does the profession)
System collects real-time crowd data to help authorities predict and head off tragic stampedes that have left hundreds dead
IBM is expanding its machine learning technology to predicting air quality from China to South Africa
Parrot's Disco drone is incredibly easy to fly and comes with an impressive autopilot and FPV included
Chinese supercomputer tests software of the world’s biggest telescope
First-generation augmented reality games are harbingers of better mind-expanding tools
Researchers discover that graphene-based quantum dots can maintain four simultaneous quantum states as opposed to just two