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Here Active Listening ear buds help control what you hear

Here Active Listening ear buds help control what you hear

Usually when we see ear buds, the point of the device is to allow you to listen to your favorite music or other audio source in private. A set of ear buds called Here Active Listening have turned up and they aren't designed for music playback. The Here system consists of a smartphone app and a pair of wireless ear buds that allows the wearer to control what they hear in the real world.

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OpenEars earbuds record binaural ‘3D’ audio

OpenEars earbuds record binaural ‘3D’ audio

Binaural recordings different from the recordings you get with a standard stereo microphone, in that they result in so-called ‘3D audio’. This is due to the two microphones’ placement — on the head at each ear or on an object in the same arrangement as you’d get from ear-placement. Making binaural recordings has traditionally been difficult, but a new pair of earbuds aims to change that — they’re called OpenEars, and they can be used to record 3D audio that sounds more true-to-life than commonly recorded audio.

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Square Root loudspeaker promises no distortion

Square Root loudspeaker promises no distortion

Square Audio has introduced a new loudspeaker called Square Root, and it is designed to be a high end speaker for musicians and others who want quality speakers that eschew common design problems. The Square Root is built upon the foundation the company built with its Square One loudspeaker, which it says was high quality but beyond the budget of most musicians. Square Root is said to have benefits over competing speakers, including a lack of "crossover introduced distortion" and more.

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Pebble points finger at Apple in app delay issues

Pebble points finger at Apple in app delay issues

If you're a Pebble user, you're likely aware that the smartwatch company has a bit of an app delay happening in regards to its iOS offerings, and users are starting to get rowdy about it. The Pebble Time app for the iPhone has been delayed, and the company issued a statement about it today, putting the blame on Apple for delaying the review process. Says the company, the app’s in-review status “pains us as much it does backers with watches ready to set up”, and now it is encouraging its customers to contact Apple themselves to try to get the ball rolling.

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HidrateMe Smart Water Bottle keeps you hydrated

HidrateMe Smart Water Bottle keeps you hydrated

HidrateMe is a new smart water bottle that integrates into one’s personal fitness goals (and life in general) to both monitor and tailor one’s daily water consumption, tracking it using smart technology and feeding data to a related mobile app on a smartphone. The water bottle is designed to look like an ordinary (but angular and stylish) water bottle, but the mobile alerts serve to ensure one drinks enough, and the data is aggregated over time to show bigger picture details.

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HidnSeek tracks objects over long distances using Sigfox network

HidnSeek tracks objects over long distances using Sigfox network

There are a lot of things in your life that you likely consider worth tracking: that expensive drone you bought but can't quite operate yet, your luggage on its slow trek to your destination, maybe even a pet or a child if you're feeling particularly cautious. There's no lack of Bluetooth tracking devices on the market, but their range limits their usefulness. Trackers that use cellular networks and GPS fill the void, and HidnSeek is the latest among them, but with a twist: it uses the Sigfox network instead.

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Halo Back smart screen cover adds ‘back’ button to iPhone

Halo Back smart screen cover adds ‘back’ button to iPhone

Have you made the switch from an Android device with a back button to the iPhone, which lacks one? If so, you've probably hit for that non-existent back button on more than one occasion, and now there's a solution (or, at least, the promise of a solution). It's called the Halo Back (which probably isn't supposed to be the pun it sounds like), and it is bid as a smart cover for an iPhone that adds back-button functionality for one-handed ease of use. It fits over the iPhone's display, adding very little to the girth, and will -- hopefully -- make life easier.

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Drop everything and watch: Kung Fury has been released

Drop everything and watch: Kung Fury has been released

The most epic 30 minute of film grandeur has been released to blow your eyes out of their sockets simultaneously. This is Kung Fury. Behold the original article back in December of 2013 when we demanded that you support the crowd-funded project. Now that's over and the final product is here. Thirty full minutes of absolute madness. For everyone to experience. On the internet. With out reservation. With courage. On YouTube so it's easily distributable for the whole entire earth. With FURY.

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Yeair! quadcopter uses combustion engines for up to an hour of flight

Yeair! quadcopter uses combustion engines for up to an hour of flight

Most of the quadcopters that we talk about around here are powered by batteries and electric motors giving them a very limited amount of lifting power and a limited flight time. Quadcopters can't typically carry large batteries and still be able to carry cameras to shoot photos or video. The Yeair! quadcopter that has just been unveiled and gives pilots considerably more flight time and payload capacity thanks to the use of internal combustion engines.

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