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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Oct 17, 2011 0 comments

Streaming from a DVR is a great way to watch whatever you want, wherever you want. Some even say that streaming might be the future of video.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 08, 2015 0 comments
Divoom is showing off a few new portable players at CES, but none more rugged and outgoing than the Voombox-Party, a weather-proof player with a 3” subwoofer who’s not afraid to play outdoors.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jun 09, 2014 Published: Jun 08, 2014 0 comments
In a new 416-page coffee-table book, part-time DJ and photographer Eilon Paz takes an intimate look at over 130 vinyl collections and collectors , exploring the beauty and passion behind each treasured trove. The book is a glorious celebration of vinyl records, and showcases the wide variety of collections along with the people and stories behind them.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 08, 2015 0 comments
The new 2.1 desktop system from Edifier has been named a 2015 CES Innovations Awards Honoree, and one look makes it clear that it truly is innovative. The e235 Luna Eclipse Apollo is a 234-watt system with a stand-alone wireless Bluetooth subwoofer.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 10, 2014 0 comments
Take a look at these speakers. Although Edifier has named it the Spinnaker, I can’t decide if they look like sails or a pair of devil’s horns, especially when I checked out the beautiful burgundy-colored ones. The Spinnaker is available in this lush color, or a more standard black.

Leslie Shapiro Ken C. Pohlmann Posted: May 05, 2016 1 comments
Marvel is unleashing its latest Captain America saga, hoping that the recent disappointing Superman/Batman outing by DC Comics has not diminished the public’s enthusiasm for comic-book mayhem. Last night, resplendent in my superhero costume and not pulling any punches, I heroically battled supervillain Ken Pohlmann at the press screening of Civil War....

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Feb 09, 2014 1 comments
Live TV is one of the most anxiety-inducing tasks facing artists, producers, and engineers, not to mention corporate and political types. In the past two weeks, the NFL’s cash cow, the Super Bowl on Fox and Russia’s pride and joy, the Olympic’s Opening Ceremonies on NBC tried their darndest to impress the world. Both the NFL and Russia took extreme precautions to ensure a flawless show. But in the end, the best way to wow the crowd is to fake it.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Apr 24, 2012 0 comments

For years, TV manufacturers have been striving to make the biggest and best TV displays. Every year in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show has been a competition to see who could show off the most ridiculously humongous TV screen.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Nov 05, 2012 0 comments

While it’s easy to imagine that the federal government (in this case, the Copyright Office) is a bunch of Luddites, sticking to making laws about ancient or obsolete technologies and ignoring the new, the opposite is actually true. 

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 07, 2014 0 comments
While most press conferences here at CES are geared towards big, life-changing electronics, there is a growing segment of conferences and products devoted to kids and families. While most companies target products to women by making them smaller and well, cuter, other companies are recognizing that moms also purchase serious technology to make their lives easier. Another oft-overlooked segment is the educational and children’s technology market.

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