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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Water filters, flamethrowers, idiot-proof drones

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
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Adjust the noise with Parrot’s Zik 2.0 wireless noise-cancelling cans 5:29

Parrot's Zik 2.0 wireless noise cancelling headphones have all the features you'd expect from a company that builds drones as its bread and butter. But are these feature rich cans a little too complicated?
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Polk’s Hinge Wireless cut the cord for vintage-styled convenience | Hands on 1:36

Take a hands-on tour of Polk's new Hinge Wireless headphones, a relatively affordable bass-forward pair of Bluetooth-enabled cans that's as comfy as it is convenient.
Home Theater

Oppo’s practical, premium PM-3 headphones: $400 never sounded so sweet 2:39

If you're going to spend $400 on a pair of headphones, then you're probably serious about sound quality and style. The PM-3 deliver both in spades, and challenge headphones costing twice as much
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Shake it to make it: Real Booty Music turns twerking into dance beats

While twerking might seem like a modern trend, it has deep roots in the dance club scene. Headphone maker AiAiAi's newest project is a multinational effort to convert booty movements into dance beats with a little technological…
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Untangle your headphones with ease thanks to Spoolee

Say goodbye to knotted wires with this tidy new invention: Its inventor has just raised $50,000 on Kickstarter to start mass production and save us from a perennial first-world problem.
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Are your earbuds making you deaf? 1964Adel says yes, so it created a solution

Are your favorite earbuds making you deaf? 1964Adel thinks they are, and the company has crafted a new form of headphone technology to combat the problem, comprised of 4 different series for nearly every kind of listener.
Home Theater

Your 17-year-old self would definitely buy this wearable subwoofer

The Woojer is a battery-powered bass transducer that aims to supplement the sound coming from your headphones with bass you can feel -- think of it as a wearable subwoofer. The question we had was: does it actually work? We find out in this…
Home Theater

A pair of headphones has raised more than $720K in five days — because cat ears

A pair of headphones has raised nearly three-quarters of a million dollars on Indiegogo in five days. The reason for this enthusiastic groundswell of support isn’t some sort of newfangled audiophile-pleasing technology. It's cat ears.