by Juan Carlos Bagnell | September 4, 2016 1:08 AM
When it comes to fitness tech, good audio is important to many people. Being aware of your surroundings while working out can also be critical. You probably want to hear that bus which is about to turn you into street pizza. AfterShokz solution is to use bone conduction. Sound is transmitted to your brain without having to block your ears. Previous iterations of this technology though have been worn a bit heavy on the head, or felt kind of clunky. This year Aftershokz looks to address some of those criticisms with a shockingly light and durable wired headset. Here's our first look at the ...
by Michael Fisher | March 11, 2013 4:20 PM
The Kyocera Torque's 4-inch WVGA display and 4GB of on-board storage won't necessarily impress you, nor will its 5MP camera or its older build of Android ICS. But it's the first phone to launch in America with Kyocera's crazy-futuristic tissue conduction earpiece technology, which blew our minds a little bit in our hands-on at MWC. But its IP67 and MIL-STD 810G durability ratings should be enough to get you to sit up and take notice, especially if you end up drop-kicking the Torque into a freezing pond whose bottom is lined with razor blades (like ya do, from time to time). We don't go ...
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