When I try to look for the pixels, I get close. Then closer. Before I can discern them, my vision goes cross-eyed, blurry. Eyes: 0; Retina Display: 1.
Helmed by English musician Ted Fletcher (who's worked with Jethro Tull, The Who, and other bands), Orbitsound's new T12 soundbar has a new way of creating pseudo surround sound—spatial stereo technology, they call it.
The epic space opera battles of Battlestar Galactica may have given way to the subtler, soap opera fare of Caprica, but that doesn't mean we can't revisit the series from time-to-time with a monstrous 4'9" Lego build or two.
Ignore the story of how this leak came to be this morning and focus instead on the boxy handset. It's allegedly a brand spanking new Motorblur slider phone running Android 2.1. Also, it's a square.
Dr. Dre and the Boston Red Sox have combined forces to produce a branded Red Sox version of those notoriously expensive Beats headphones, just in time for Opening Day. The result of this union, predictably, is also expensive.
Apple-loving Lego collectors rejoice: There is yet another (very 1980s looking) dock that combines your love for both things. It's somewhat gray, but these are Lego bricks—take the basic design and do with it what you will.
I've had the pleasure of testing out the fourth-generation Yamaha surround sound bar, the YSP-4000. You know, the box that sits under a TV and projects 5 discrete beams of audio using Cold War directional sonar steering from submarines. This generation has had its trapezoid- shaped array turned into a more of a…