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B&O PLAY Creates "Sensory Spaces" Music App With Danish Band Mew

Jun 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen has teamed up with the popular Danish band Mew to release a brand new music application called Sensory Spaces. The music experience, which is being officially rolled out to the public August 2013, will allow music lovers to "navigate through musical rhythms, beats, vocals, and acoustic metrics in an physical dialogue that will lead up to Mew's next single." The famed luxury audio brand is hoping that Sensory Spaces will build a newfound appreciation for sound, while setting higher standards for meetings between brands and bands.... Read More

Sensoria Fitness Smart Socks Reinvents the Fitness Tracker

Jun 26, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

You may have a slew of fancy running gadgets, like pedometers and apps, but they can't really help you in bettering the quality of your run. Startup company Heapsylon is trying to fill that gap with their new Sensoria Fitness Socks, which is a new kind of wearable technology designed to let you know when you're running incorrectly.... Read More

Commemorating iOS 7 Reveal: The iPhone Through the Years

Jun 10, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If there's one thing Apple is good at, it's unveiling new changes to their products right after you finally got used to their latest offering. You can pretty much bet on the fact that a few months after you finally buy the latest iPhone, Apple will reveal an update you must have. Today in San Francisco the megabrand announced a new operating system for iPhones and iPads that will completely change how the touchscreens look. Before we tell you all about it though, let's take a look at the iPhone through the years, from the first one in 2007 to the current trendy piece of luxury technology.... Read More

Google Glass Bans Pornographic and Facial Recognition Apps

Jun 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Google Glass has been dominating tech news for a while now but even more so these past couple days as Google has been making additions to developer policies, the most recent being to ban pornographic material and facial recognition programs. The glasses aren't even available to the general public yet, with a vague release either later this year or early 2014, and people are already angry over what they can or can't do with the luxury gadget.... Read More

 
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