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You’ve heard of over-ear headphones, now get ready for around-neck speakers

Imagine if you had a pair of headphones, but instead of putting them on, in, or over your ears so that only you can hear the music, you instead draped them round your neck and had them play music from ...

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Intel’s new 8th-generation Core processors include its best gaming CPU ever

Intel has revealed its 8th-generation Core processors (Coffee Lake S) for the desktop which will go on sale come October 5, including new mainstream Core i5 CPUs which run with six-cores (for the first time ever), and a Core i7 ...

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Volvo wants you to treat your car just like your smartphone

Volvo is hoping that drivers will be ready to upgrade their cars just like they do their phones: on an annual schedule. The Swedish automaker will now offer a 12-month subscription for its new XC40, which it’s calling the “Care ...

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Watch an army of robots efficiently sorting hundreds of thousands of packages

These robots are sorting out packages faster than you can say delivery. A video showing an army of tiny little yellow robots sorting out packages in a Chinese factory is the latest example of how automation is seeping into many ...

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Google is buying HTC’s Pixel team for $1.1 billion

HTC will continue focusing on its own smartphone and Vive businesses. After weeks (months, and years) of speculation, HTC has announced that its “Powered by HTC” R&D division — the team behind Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones — will ...

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Delivery drones coming to Switzerland could revolutionize medicine

Next month, Switzerland’s hospitals will be equipped with a potentially revolutionary autonomous drone delivery network. Healthcare providers and a Menlo Park, California company called Matternet have teamed up to implement the system across the country. And on Wednesday, Matternet announced ...

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Light has been stored as Sound For the first time

For the first time ever, scientists have stored light-based information as sound waves on a computer chip – something the researchers compare to capturing lightning as thunder. While that might sound a little strange, this conversion is critical if we ...

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Researchers Have Linked a Human Brain to the Internet for the First Time Ever

Brain Meets IoT A team of researchers at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa have made a major breakthrough in the field of biomedical engineering. According to a release published on Medical Express, for the first time ever, researchers have ...

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This WiFi system is fast, pretty, and really easy to set up

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Eero is a startup with a fun origin story: CEO Nick Weaver got sick of his parents calling him all the time because ...

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The Future Of Driverless Cars

How Ford Is Using Ghost Drivers To Understand The Future Of Driverless Cars Unsupervised driverless cars are still illegal on the street. So how do you test people’s reaction to them? You throw on a ghost suit. Last month, unwitting ...

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