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Beats by Dr. Dre rolls out new Bluetooth wireless headphones

The tech world has had an eye fixed on the Beats by Dr. Dre audio brand since Apple acquired it back in July. We're now getting our first glimpse of the Apple-owned Beats, as the Dr. Dre stable has just announced its first new product post-purchase just in time for the holidays: the Solo2 Wireless on-ear headphones.Read More

Music

Hands on with Parrot's Zik 2.0 Bluetooth headphones

Around two years after the release of its Zik headphones, Parrot is again looking to prick up the ears of audiophiles after a wireless listening solution. The Zik 2.0 headphones are to be released next week, and after a little hands on time with its new set of cans, our early observations are they provide an impressive listening experience. Read More

Good Thinking

Wireless Yardarm Sensor monitors firearm use in real time

Anytime a police officer draws their weapon, it's likely to be a tense, confusing situation where split second decisions can be the difference between life and death. In an attempt to reduce some of the confusion, Yardarm has developed a wireless sensor that allows firearms to be tracked and monitored in real time thanks to a small electronics package that fits into the weapon's grip. Read More

Mobile Technology

Earity wireless earbuds feature a little voice control

Let's be honest, if we put the ability to carry audio from a device to our ears to one side, headphone cords are nothing but trouble. When they aren't balled up in a tangled mess, they're catching on objects and yanking the buds out of our ears. While various wireless earphones have emerged to tackle this problem, the team behind Earity is looking to take this convenience one step further with a pair of earbuds that respond to voice commands. Read More

Electronics

Ant-sized radios could help connect trillions of devices to the Internet of Things

A team of researchers from Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, has created prototype radio-on-a-chip communications devices that are powered by ambient radio waves. Comprising receiving and transmitting antennas and a central processor, the completely self-contained ant-sized devices are very cheap to manufacture, don't require batteries to run and could give the "Internet of Things" (IoT) a serious kick start. Read More

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