Former Bose employees continue noise-masking Sleepbuds journey

Back in 2017, Bose launched some earbuds designed to help folks get a good night's sleep. The formula was later improved, but then the product was discontinued. Now former employees are taking up the restful-sleep torch with the Ozlo Sleepbuds.

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Creative to release first TWS earphones with solid-state microspeakers

Back in April, xMEMS Labs revealed solid-state technology aimed at replacing coil-based speakers in audio wearables like in-ear monitors. Now the company has partnered with Creative Technology for an upcoming pair of true-wireless earphones.

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Astell&Kern refines the audiophile formula for latest wireless earphones

High-end mobile audio brand Astell&Kern has launched the follow up to last year's UW100 true-wireless earphones, which boast key refinements aimed at delivering "uncompromising, exquisite hi-fi sound."

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iFi Go pod wearable BT DAC/amp makes high-end corded IEMs wireless

The UK's iFi Audio has announced the Go pod, a pair of Bluetooth-enabled DAC/headphones amp modules designed to transform any in-ear monitors with detachable cables into high-performance wireless earphones.

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MouthPad lets users put their mousing where their mouth is

Over the years, we've heard about several experimental systems which would allow people to control computers or other devices via their mouth. One such tool should soon be commercially available, however, in the form of the MouthPad.

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Sonar-enabled glasses read wearers’ silently spoken voice commands

Some people lack the power of speech, while others may find themselves in noisy settings where speaking voice commands out loud just won't work. Such folks might have use for the EchoSpeech glasses, which read their user's silently spoken words.

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More evidence that smartwatches can detect and predict heart issues

A good smartwatch might be your best friend if you're at risk of various heart conditions. Many not only track heart rate, but can also take electrocardiogram (ECG) readings, and evidence is building that they can spot or predict a range of issues.

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Pants made with electronic yarn could transmit exhaustion alerts

Most of us don't need special pants that let us know we're exhausted, but for hardcore athletes, such an alert could help stave off injuries. To that end, researchers created an electronic yarn that could detect fatigue based on movement patterns.

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Stealth Pro wireless gaming headphones boast best-in-class ANC

Gaming accessory brand Turtle Beach has announced a new pair of flagship wireless gaming headphones called the Stealth Pro, which are claimed to deliver "the most effective noise-cancellation in a gaming headset."

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Iris health-tracking ring uses tiny sensors for a slimmer form

While we have seen health-tracking smart rings before, the Iris ring is a bit different. Utilizing special miniaturized sensors, it's claimed to be smaller and more energy-efficient than anything else on the market.

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