New Products Coming Soon!

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 by Beau Rosser

We're excited to announce a brand new line of products focusing on the mobile user. In Q4 2013/Q1 2014, we'll be introducing new speakers that are small, portable, but still pack great audio quality.


Myspace. Yes, Myspace.

Thursday, February 16, 2012 by cyberacoustics

“Really, Steve? Myspace?”

Yes, I know what you’re thinking—it’s nuts to be talking about Myspace and Justin Timberlake in the same blog. But hear me out: it may not be so crazy to be talking about this after all.


College Textbook Rentals: An Interesting Way to Save Money

Wednesday, September 21, 2011 by cyberacoustics

I know that it seem that I have been on a college kick lately, but this can really save you some bucks. We all know that college textbooks can be really expensive: up to $150 each for new hardcover versions—or even more! When you factor in having several classes, it’s not surprising that the used textbook market is booming. But did you know that the textbook rental market is also on the rise? That’s right, rented e-textbooks.


Google+ Adds Games

Thursday, August 18, 2011 by cyberacoustics

Since Google+ launched in late June, the usage statistics have been a little underwhelming. People seem to want to talk about Google+ more than they actually want to use it. None of my friends seem to know quite what to do with it—it’s almost as if it’s just another version of Facebook.


oBaz: An Online Bazaar

Thursday, August 11, 2011 by cyberacoustics

We’re always looking for a discount or a way to haggle to get the best price. This works best if you’re dealing with your local merchants, of course. But what if you want the new GoPro camera? You can’t walk into Best Buy and ask for a discount, nor can try and barter on Amazon. But what if you could hook up with other people who want the same thing? This is where oBaz comes into play.  


Voyurl: A Look Inside Your Browsing Habits

Monday, August 1, 2011 by cyberacoustics

I remember reading a study a few years ago where researchers asked people to report how much alcohol they drank in a week, then compared the self-reported answers with the number of bottles the research subjects actually put outside their house. The amount that people actually drank vs. the amount they initially reported were incredibly different. We’re not a truth-telling people, especially when it comes to habits we may be ashamed of.

So, what about your browsing habits?


Getting to Know Spotify

Monday, July 25, 2011 by cyberacoustics

The time of owning your own music library is coming to an end. I've used Pandora and Rhapsody for years and the time has come to make a change. I heard about Spotify over a year ago, and was disappointed to learn that it was only available in Europe. But now that’s all changed. Like the Beatles coming to America, Spotify has finally arrived.


When Fiction is “Super True”

Monday, July 18, 2011 by cyberacoustics

I read a lot, and I’m a big fan of Russian author Gary Shteyngart, so when his new book “Super Sad True Love Story” came out, I was really excited to dive in. I blew through it in about two days, loving the dystopian picture of the future he presented.


From Across the Hallway…

Tuesday, June 28, 2011 by laine

Laine Towey here, and I’m delighted to be joining the Cyber Acoustics team as the new Marketing Manager. I’ve worked in tech for almost 10 years now, and I love gadgets, gaming, and all things nerdy. 


You won't find these on iTunes

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 by cyberacoustics

The Library of Congress has recently announced that they’ll be opening to the public over 3 million music and spoken-word recordings. Called the National Jukebox Project, old, out of circulation recordings will be available for anyone to listen to and enjoy. The Library of Congress and Sony Music collaborated on the project.



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