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NC #670 Paintcode, Apple Watch Health Tracking, Stretch Timer, We.Stream, Bellus 3D, Cyber Essentials, Rings

Allister Jenks stands in for a vacationing Allison Sheridan. We have a review of Paintcode, a story of using the Apple Watch to track health in ways other than the Activity app, Allister’s own health app Stretch Timer, two interviews from CES with We.Stream and Bellus3D, some security tips with Cyber Essentials, and a fun […]

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CES 2018: MirraViz Multiview Displays

Allison interviews David Jiang from MirraViz about their new multi-view display. This innovative display uses DirectedPhoton technology to direct photons from the screen to a specific viewing location. Using two projectors, the MirraViz screen can display two separate, simultaneous images/video to viewers who are located at different viewing angles. Photon utilization is increased by a […]

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CES 2018: Jabra Wireless Headphones

Allison interviews Claus Fonnesbech from Jabra about their wireless sports headphones. Claus discusses three earbud style wireless headphones: the Elite 65t, Elite Active 65t, and Elite Sport. The Elite 65t headphones are engineered for high-quality music listening and wireless calls while the Elite Active 65t add the environmental protections required for sports activities. The Elite […]

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CES 2018: Spartan Radiation-Blocking Boxer Shorts

Allison interviews Thomas Calichiama from Spartan about their innovative radiation-blocking boxer shorts. Spartan boxers shield the wearer’s reproductive organs from wireless radiation while providing comfort. Spartan WaveTech is the same technology used in space suites, incorporating pure silver fibers within the cotton of the fabric to act as a Faraday Cage. They are anti-bacterial, machine […]

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CES 2018: Mira Ovulation Monitoring System

Allison interviews Cara Morgan from Mira about their at-home ovulation monitoring system. The Mira method of analyzing samples gives the user-specific numerical data, rather than the traditional ‘smiley face’ approach of current testing systems. This provides more definitive results, giving the user a better sense of their cycle, increased accuracy, and cycle prediction that improves […]

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