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'Silent Karaoke' Mic Lets the Tone Deaf Be Seen, Not Heard

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February 10, 2014
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Karaoke is one of Japan's most famous exports – but not every singer is pitch perfect. To shield them from embarrassment, a Japanese invention is now allowing melodies to be practiced in private. Video provided by Reuters


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Text Etiquette: How to Text Without Misinterpretation

Text Etiquette: How to Text Without Misinterpretation

TheStreet (June 20, 2014) — Texting is a quick way to talk on the go but 51% have been disappointed by a text. A Vonage study found that the telephone whether mobile or landline is still the preferred method of communication by many. That's because the tone and emotion in a person's voice helps to paint a complete picture. If a conversation requires more than one follow up question, it's a sign that you may want to call instead of text. Even the tech savvy millennial calls to gab about special events. Although it varies, important news like engagement, anniversaries, Mother's Day, Graduation and the Birth of a child are all occasions that warrant a phone call. Video provided by TheStreet
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Google Maps Lets You Tour Street View in Virtual Reality

Google Maps Lets You Tour Street View in Virtual Reality

Buzz60 (Dec. 18, 2014) — Google Maps now lets Android users see cities on Street View in virtual reality with the special Cardboard feature. Sean Dowling (@Seandowlingtv) has the details. Video provided by Buzz60
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'Made for iPhone' Hearing Aid Set for Launch

'Made for iPhone' Hearing Aid Set for Launch

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Feb. 4, 2014) — A Danish company has collaborated with tech giant Apple to produce an advanced hearing aid that connects to an iPhone. The device allows the partially deaf to stream enhanced internet and recorded audio directly to their ear. Jim Drury reports. Video provided by Reuters
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