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Supercar-inspired HMX watch signals MB&F's 10th anniversary

By - June 5, 2015 5 Pictures

We've seen some pretty interesting timepieces from MB&F (Maximilian Büsser & Friends) over the years, including the airplane-aping Horological Machine No. 4 (HM4) "Thunderbolt" and utterly distinctive HM6 "Space Pirate". The latest effort – released to celebrate the company's 10th anniversary – is no less stunning, offering an automotive theme and suitably unusually method of display.

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Fraunhofer tech to allow less conspicuous smartglasses

By - June 2, 2015 1 Picture

Smartglasses, or augmented reality glasses, may have found niches in military and industrial circles, but haven't really caught on with consumers for a number of reasons – a major one being that they're extremely conspicuous. To help rectify this, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (IOF) in Jena, Germany, has developed technology that allows for a more unobtrusive design, while also providing improved functionality.

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Here Active Listening earbuds: Audio adjustment for the real world

By - June 2, 2015 2 Pictures

We've already heard about electronic earplugs that only block sound when loud noises occur, or that amplify human voices. Doppler Labs' Here Active Listening system, however, takes things a step further. Consisting of an app-controlled pair of wireless earbuds, it lets users filter out or enhance audio frequencies in real-world ambient sound before it reaches their ears.

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Review: The Z:ero digital earphones from Zorloo

By - June 1, 2015 8 Pictures

Hong Kong-based Zorloo headed to Indiegogo earlier this year to crowdfund some next generation earphones that integrated a digital-to-analog converter (DAC) and headphone amp into the inline controller. By the time the campaign closed on February 22, the campaign had attracted over US$85,000, nearly four times the funding goal. Now, after a slight production delay, backers are starting to receive their Z:ero in-ear headphones and the company's Andy Ho sent Gizmag some to try out.

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