JBuds Frames turn any eyewear into personal audio throwers

Directed open audio seems to be enjoying its moment in the true wireless wearables spotlight at the moment, and JLab Audio is joining the party with connected personal audio throwers that attach to the frames of sunglasses or eyeglasses.

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Razer brings noise cancellation to true wireless gaming earphones

For its second true wireless earphones release, gaming gear company Razer has added active noise cancellation and THX certification to a recipe that already boasted low-latency wireless connectivity.

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Cambridge Audio injects wireless earphones with hi-fi amplifier know-how

Cambridge Audio has launched the next model in its excellent Melomania true wireless earphone range. As the name suggests, the Melomania Touch offer touch control as well as the promise of "stunning sound performance and world-class battery life."

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Olive Pro wireless earbuds claim to amplify voices, cut out noise

These Bluetooth earbuds are also FDA-approved as hearing aids, and they claim to be able to dial down background noise and clarify conversations thanks to clever real-time audio processing in noisy environments.

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RHA aims to block out the world with true wireless ANC earphones

RHA launched its first true wireless earphones a little over 2 years ago, which were billed as "the most sophisticated true wireless earphones on the market." Now the company has cooked in some active noise cancellation for the TrueControl ANC buds.

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DIY smart glasses light the way for walking directions

If the smart specs already on the market aren't enough to get you excited, why not make your own? That's exactly what electrical engineer and product designer Sam March has done, with the help of a CNC router and some app coding.

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LG adds noise cancellation to Tone Free self-cleaning wireless earphones

Back in July, LG launched some passive isolation true wireless earphones in the US that came with a bacteria-killing charging case. Now the company has announced a new member of the Tone Free family that rocks active noise cancellation.

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Wrist-camera tech tracks 3D hand pose, without seeing the fingers

When it comes to tracking the positions of a person's moving hand, sensor-equipped gloves are often used. An experimental new system, however, utilizes a wrist-mounted camera … which doesn't even "see" the user's fingers.

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Devialet brings its signature sound to true wireless earphones

When the Phantom wireless speaker dropped in 2015, it looked like nothing on the market and sounded as good as it looked. Devialet's Gemini true wireless earphones have a similar look and promise a "truly unmatched on-the-go listening experience."

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