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Get Ready for the Cloud-Based Future With the Best Gaming Earbuds

Top Pick: Razer Hammerhead Pro | $200 | AmazonRead more...
Tags: Mobile, Gaming, Science, Earbuds, Can You Hear Me Now, Sound On


What Are the Best Computer Speakers?

Here’s a weird confession: Despite having made the jump from laptop to full PC years ago, I still don’t have computer speakers. Read more...
Tags: Science, Speakers, Can You Hear Me Now, Kinja Co Op, Computer Speakers, Sound On


Something Weird Is Going On With T-Mobile Today

T-Mobile customers across the U.S. are reporting that they cannot send or receive phone calls, and sometimes text messages. According to TechCrunch, the outage starting around 9-10 a.m. PT (12-1 p.m. ET) this morning, and at the time of this writing, is still the No. 1 trending topic in the U.S. on Twitter. Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Sprint, Att, Can You Hear Me Now, T Mobile


This fish sounds like a vibrating phone

Today I learned the Splendid Toadfish, a creature found only in the Caribbean Sea, produces a sound like a phone on vibrate. National Geographic writes: This grumpy-looking splendid toadfish has a special skill. That’s not the sound of a phone vibrating… the toadfish is “singing.” A similar species, the Bocon toadfish, produces its song with muscles surrounding its swim bladder. Researchers have discovered that the fish sing in unique patterns of ‘boops’ and grunts (Bocon toadfish sounds r...
Tags: Post, Video, News, National Geographic, Can You Hear Me Now, Cozumel, Caribbean Sea, Bob Mazur, Toadfish, Vibrating Phone


Vodaphone and Nokia building 4G network for the moon

Vodaphone Germany and Nokia are designing a 4G network for the moon. The network is meant to support PTScientists's "Mission to the Moon" that involves the Berlin-based company launching a lunar lander and two moon rovers aboard a SpaceX rocket in 2019, the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. (PTSScientists was one of the teams competing in the Google Lunar XPRIZE that's ending this month without a winner.) From Space.com: Vodafone picked Nokia to build a space-worthy version of its ...
Tags: Post, Space, News, Berlin, Nokia, Moon, Vodafone, Can You Hear Me Now, Vodaphone, Vodafone Germany, Vodaphone Germany, Hannes Ametsreiter, Mission Control Centre


Ajit Pai made a funny: leaked video shows his presentation at the Telecom Prom where he "pretends" to be a Verizon shill

Trump FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is a former top Verizon executive and now he's about to hand Verizon billions of dollars in public subsidy by striking down net neutrality rules, which is a really funny coincidence! (more…)
Tags: Verizon, Post, Business, Corruption, News, Cable Company Fuckery, Fcc, Net Neutrality, Regulatory Capture, Telcoms, Trumpism, Can You Hear Me Now, Ajit Pai, Trump FCC, The Manchurian Commissioner, Telecom Prom


HP's stupid audio-driver logs every keystroke you make (and it has an API!)

The Swiss security research firm Modzero just published a report documenting a grave flaw in HP laptops: an audio-driver made by Conexant that captures every keystroke (to detect volume up/down and mute-button presses) and saves them to an unencrypted file on the local system, which can then be exfiltrated via a debugging API that allows remote parties to see every keystroke in realtime. (more…)
Tags: Security, Post, News, Hp, Infosec, War On General Purpose Computing, Can You Hear Me Now, Conexant, Keyloggers, ModZero


The astounding story of Iceland's constitution - and its government's failure

In 2012, more than two-thirds of Iceland's population ratified the most democratically crafted constitution in world history, written in public and drafted by a representative committee of 1,000 Icelanders; now in a stirring video in the leadup to the next national election, Icelanders are calling on one another to only vote for candidates who'll take action on the constitution the nation voted for. (Thanks, Larry!)
Tags: Videos, Happy Mutants, Video, Politics, News, Youtube, Iceland, Can You Hear Me Now, Direct Democracy


Verizon’s ‘can you hear me now’ guy has just switched to Sprint

Remember Verizon's "test man," the one that went around the country asking, "Can you hear me now?" Well, he's back in the limelight, turning up in a brand new TV ad. For Sprint. The post Verizon’s ‘can you hear me now’ guy has just switched to Sprint appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Verizon, Trends, Ad, Sprint, Can You Hear Me Now, Ad Campaign


Verizon’s ‘can you hear me now’ guy switched to Sprint

Remember Verizon's "test man," the one that went around the country asking, "Can you hear me now?" Well, he's back in the limelight, turning up in a brand new TV ad. For Sprint. The post Verizon’s ‘can you hear me now’ guy switched to Sprint appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Verizon, Trends, Ad, Sprint, Can You Hear Me Now, Ad Campaign


Storm x T.McGee – “Can You Hear Me Now”

Storm and T.McGee release this intense single “Can You Hear Me Now”.  Dope new Hip Hop!
Tags: Jazz, Storm, Singles, Can You Hear Me Now, McGee, T.McGee


Does anyone at AT&T netops read Boing Boing?

If so, please contact me. You have been blocking my mail server for years, and have not responded to dozens of requests through this form. Thanks in advance.
Tags: Post, Can You Hear Me Now, AT amp


How fraudsters' call centers work

Say you've just scammed someone out of all their financial details using an online fraud, but now you need to call up their bank and impersonate them, and you don't speak their language, have the wrong accent, or are of a different gender -- what do you do? (more…)
Tags: Post, Business, Crime, Fraud, Infosec, Can You Hear Me Now