Speaker Beams Sound to Your Ears Like Invisible Headphones

Speaker Beams Sound to Your Ears Like Invisible Headphones

Sound beaming isn’t a new concept, but it’s an appealing one for people who don’t want to put on headphones to hear audio from highly targeted speakers. It’s been implemented in extremely limited commercial and industrial scenarios, but has yet to make any meaningful consumer impact. Israeli tech firm Noveto is ready to pounce, though, beginning a tour of demonstrations before sending its SoundBeamer 1.0 to market next year…


Apple Unveils M1, Its First System-on-a-Chip for Mac Computers

Apple is unveiling its first Apple Silicon Macs today at its event that marks the beginning of the end of Intel inside Apple notebooks and desktops. The first in a family of Apple Silicon chips based on ARM is called the Apple M1 chip…


Software Developed by University College London & UC Berkeley Can Identify ‘Fake News’ Sites With 90% Accuracy

Since the recent US election, rumours and falsehoods have spread across the social media landscape like wildfire…


This Florida Man Invented a Robot That Inserts and Removes Your Contact Lenses for You

After years of poor eyesight, eye strain, loss in vision and difficulty with contact lenses, Craig Hershoff invented a robot that he hopes will help people with dexterity issues insert and remove their contact lenses.


The Flying Car Is Here – and It Could Change the World

Flying cars may seem futuristic – but from commercial jetpacks to personal air taxis, they are already here. Here’s how they could transform the way we commute, work and live…


Chipotle to Open Its First Digital-Only Restaurant as Online Orders Soar

Chipotle Mexican Grill on Saturday will open first digital-only restaurant…


Ford Unveils E-Transit Electric Cargo Van With 126 Miles of Range and $45,000 Price Tag

Ford unveiled the all-electric version of its popular Transit delivery van, with connected vehicle technology to help commercial fleet owners better manage their cargo operations. The E-Transit will have a smaller battery and less range than most passenger EVs released in recent years, but Ford insists that it will be more than sufficient to meet the last-mile delivery needs of its commercial customers.

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