An in-ear gadget that doubles as a Bluetooth headset can be customized to your distinct hearing profile to amplify sound and drown out background noise.
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In his first public interview since becoming CEO in February, Satya Nadella said he's not interested in dwelling on Microsoft's mistakes with smartphones and tablets.
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Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo wants organizers of South by Southwest Interactive to back out of their scheduled video conference interview of Edward Snowden.
With its Galaxy TabPro 12.2, Samsung targets productivity users and represents a sizable challenge for Microsoft's Surface 2.
The chipmaker uses most of its presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show to demonstrate applications of a thin 3D camera.
The company's chip will allow TV makers, as well as those making set-top boxes and digital media adapters, to deliver all kinds of features to those devices.