No headphone jack on the iPhone 7? No problem at all! 2016 has certainly offered some great (but super-expensive) wireless headphones. There is the Bose QC 35 Wireless, the Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless, and Sony's best wireless headphones to date, the Hear.on Wireless NC.
The EQ hardware hangs around the neck unobtrusively and provides the opportunity for the end-consumer of any musical content
The makers of the device want to take on the scourge of drowsy driving.
Vigo tracks your eyes and head motion for signs of drowsiness. Vigo stimulates you when you're going down, with a combination of sound, music, light, or audio alerts.
Headphones have become as much a part of today's fashion as hats were in the 1930s and appear in various styles - - - wireless, wired, Bluetooth, NFC, in-ear, over-ear and on-ear.
Beacon technology, currently used in some parks, museums, retail stores and restaurants, has failed to gain any meaningful traction in the last few years. It's a familiar feeling to me because it is reminiscent of a time in 2010 when marketers and advertisers rushed to implement a QR code strategy for their business.
In the beginning, the Great Technician created the Sonos speaker system. And it was good, as music reverberated around the Earth. But, realizing his new invention would not play well with others, he ordered the creation of Play-Fi and AllPlay and urged them to be fruitful and multiply.
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It's a dark and gloomy night. You walk up a dimly lit path to a door, say "open sesame" and it magically opens. No key. No pass code. Just you and the door. Well, it may not be as simple as that, but the new Kevo Smart Lock from Kwikset ($219) comes pretty close.
This is the new reality of skiing and snowboarding. With a smartphone at the center, we have an integrated system of technology that tracks our runs, captures the experience with immersive detail.