Guys, while you're waiting for that miracle contraceptive shot to make its way to the U.S. from India, you might want to try taking your testicles to a really loud ultrasonic concert, since according to a new study, ultrasonic blasts might lower your sperm count enough to make you temporarily infertile.
Outrageously expensive speakers are nothing new to us here at Dvice, but normally they aren't the kind of thing you mount inside the wall. In wall speakers are usually kind of wimpy, but not these monsters from California Audio Technology that go for $110,000 per speaker.
A lot of audiophiles love flat panel speakers, but good luck getting your significant other to accept a couple of huge monoliths sitting in the living room. Now one of America's oldest high-end speaker companies has a solution.
You've probably heard tons of NFC news and how it'll revolutionize your wallet, but Nokia's Play 360 portable speaker thinks outside of the box: it uses proximity to activate wireless sound syncing. Cables be damned, this is the future of audio.
Music and sneaker culture are often pretty tightly woven together, but never has the connection been closer than with these computer speakers built inside a brand new pair of Nikes.
These aren't just cool looking speakers. They're cool looking ultrasonic speakers. The reason you want ultrasonic speakers is that they project focused sound in one single direction, creating audio that only you can hear.
The guys at Razer must have a shrink ray gun because their goal to miniaturize everything is getting a little out of hand. Take these Ferox gaming speakers they just announced. Guess how small it is. Don't be bashful.
Do you need a new speaker/iPod dock? Do you not mind if it's the ugliest goddamned speaker/iPod dock ever made? Well then, you should really check out the iPig.
When most people think of a netbook, they think small, underpowered and cheap. They don't expect a netbook to have a pair of speakers that won't sound like Tetris on Gameboy. We expect netbooks to sound inferior to larger notebook computers, but Toshiba wants to change that notion.
For $60,000, you can get yourself a pair of Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus Speakers. Or, you can do what Alfonso de Rojas did, which was build his own over the course of about 400 hours.