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SoundClub

Headphone subscription service from Sennheiser 🎧

SoundClub lets anyone experience superior sound without spending hundreds of dollars upfront on high-quality headphones. Swap for a new pair as often as once per month.

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Earn $ on stuff you own. Get access to everything you don't.

Omni is a new way to own and access things. Omni Rentals empowers owners to make money on the items they store in Omni while not in use, and allows anyone to access those items - with delivery and pickup straight to their door in as little as 2 hours.

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Axios
Some of the biggest names in conservative digital media are seeing big traffic declines over the past year, according to comScore data pulled by Activate and Axios. On the other hand, business-centric sites, like CNBC, Business Insider, and Bloomberg are seeing big traffic bumps, per the analysis.
TechCrunch
"We want to change behavior around ownership on the planet", says Omni co-founder Thomas McLeod. First, it built an on-demand storage business where you can get things picked up from your place in as little as two hours, pay a monthly fee to store them depending on their size, and get them temporarily returned to you for free whenever you need them.
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The best from Bose. Now with the Google Assistant built in.

Bose QC 35 II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they’re even better. With the Google Assistant built-in, you can play music, receive texts, and get answers without glancing at your phone.

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Justin Cauchon
Justin Cauchon- Product Manager, CNET
Amazing sound, noise cancellation, long battery and no cord required.
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The Verge
Google and Bose are today officially announcing a new version of the headphone maker's great noise cancelling headphones, the QC 35s. The big new addition is Google Assistant - or rather, a dedicated button on the headphones that triggers the Google Assistant.
9to5Google
Update: The video that offered a clear look at the QuietComfort II with Google Assistant was removed from YouTube earlier today. We've learned a great deal about Google's plans for smart headphones over the last several months through app teardowns, and Google itself slipped-up recently by adding Headphones to its support website (and then quickly removed it… See more
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Bluetooth, noise-cancelling headphones that rival Bose

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Baard O. Hansen
Baard O. Hansen- Business Manager Digital Communications
Before these headphones arrived, I had a couple of Bose Quiet Comfort 35 headphones. But when I bought the Sony's, I had to listen to my music all over again. They're just the best headphones available. Looking forward to the Sony MDR-1000x2 when they arrive.
Tarun Gangwani
Tarun Gangwani- Product, dev.twitch.tv
I use these. They give the Q35's a run for their money with features and performance. I don't believe the issues regarding sound are valid -- they are an excellent pair of cans.
Tarun Gangwani
Tarun Gangwani- Product, dev.twitch.tv
Not sure if you like over-ear or buds... these are my favorite for over-ear. They have some great features including one where you can raise your right hand to the ear to mute audio and enable outside sound to enter through the mic ("quick attention") and a PA mode where it uses AI to filter out all sounds except voices. These work pretty well in my experien… See more
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Rent everything. Waste less share more.

echo.rent is a place to rent items between members of the marketplace. Our aim "We hope to have a positive impact on today's consumer society by providing a sharing community where members can rent items with other users rather than purchasing items for short term use."

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The noise cancelling, wireless headphones from Microsoft

Active noise cancellation, rich audio, Bluetooth connectivity, and on-ear touch controls.

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TechCrunch
Want excitement? Here's something approaching that. Today's Microsoft October event wasn't exactly a blockbuster, but product lead Panos Panay did mention that this this is the most new Surface products the company has crammed into one event. There was a lot of stuff to get through in the hour or s...
CNET
Sure, Microsoft has new Surface PCs. But what the company unveiled alongside those products on Tuesday is a total surprise. It's not a new keyboard or mouse -- but an entry into a totally new product category for the company: a set of premium noise-canceling headphones simply called Surface Headphones, arriving in stores this fall for $350, with a limited re… See more
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