New device can stream music directly into your head, without headphones

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This device uses a 3-D sensing module and locates and monitors the ear position sending audio via ultrasonic waves to create sound pockets by the user’s ears.  Sound can be heard in stereo or 3-D spatial mode that produces 360-degree sound around the listener, the company said. 

The official demo includes a short video of the swans on the lake, the buzzing bees and the babbling water, where the listener feels absolutely transported into the scene. CEO Christophe Ramstein finds it difficult to translate the idea into words. “The brain can’t comprehend what it doesn’t know,” he said.


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Kailey Willis becomes the latest player to join Hellas Verona football team

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Willis, 17, is signed for the Serie A Femminile of Hellas Verona for the duration of the 2020/2021 season. She will be the sixth Maltese player to take part in the Italian Women’s Leagues in this campaign.

“It is always a great opportunity for any athlete to have the opportunity to be part of a professional setup abroad,” Willis said. “It’s an opportunity that will help me grow as a player, allowing me to strengthen my characteristics and add more features to my repertoire.”


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Jordan Brand Introduces The First-Ever Self-Lacing Sneakers

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On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Air Jordan XI, the famous shoe has been launched with self-lacing and adjustable lighting. While this may appear to some to be a waste of technology, it will highly. 

The remodeled Air Jordan XI pays tribute to the original design by incorporating the controllable flashing lights, the flexible midsole and, of course, the customizable tightness achieved by the self-lacing shoe through its corresponding app.


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Norway imposes ban on hate speech against trans and bisexual people

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The legislation of Norway has had laws in place which have prohibited hates speech against homosexual people since 1981, but the government of Norway has modified the penal code to protect trans and bisexual people as well. 

Norwegian Minister for Justice and Public Security, Monica Maeland stated that trans people are exposed in terms of discrimination and violence and it is of utmost importance to protect them from this discrimination. 

Individuals or groups found guilty of breaking can be fined or sentenced ax maximum of a year in prison for private comments and up to three years for public comments.


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