Sony’s WI-SP600N neckbuds feature noise cancellation and IPX4 sweat and water resistance
The three earphones heading our way include the WF-SP700N, WI-SP600N and the WI-SP500, though the SP500 earphones don't appear to include the Google Assistant support. However, what's notable is Sony also bringing the Assistant via a coming software update to five older pairs (via Android Police). Sony Australia has advised that the three earphones will be heading to Australia from April, though no pricing has been announced. The WH-H900N, WH-1000XM2, WI-1000X and WF-1000X will also be receiving an update to enable Google Assistant, so look out for that update.
Kodak launches its own cryptocurrency
Rich Cigars, a tobacco company, and Vapetek, an e-cigarette firm, each declared they were suddenly blockchain businesses. KODAKOne will be launching this week, and the KODAKCoin initial coin offering will be opening on January 31st, 2018.
The WF-SP700N is Sony's flagship Bluetooth headphones with a contoured, pill-shaped design that features noise cancellation and a splash-proof design rated at IPX4. The earbuds cost $179.99 and will ship this spring. This case can charge the battery and provide up to nine hours of battery life. Battery life here is better because of the form factor: you get up to 6 hours of continuous playback. Settings allow for all noise to be blocked, while an Ambient Mode lets you continue to hear surrounding sounds.
Sony A8F OLED and X900F 4K HDR TVs pack X1 Extreme processor
The display uses Sony's TRILUMINOS tech and X1 Extreme processor, along with support for HDR10 and Dolby Vision playback. Pricing and availability for Sony's new A8F Series and X900F Series 4K Ultra HD TVs have not been announced yet.
If you prefer balanced connections over the standard 3.5mm then these headphones have you covered, as they offer the smaller jack too.
Celeno delivers 802.11ax Wi-Fi solution
Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the US and/or other countries. Intel announced that its existing WAV500 Series 802.11ac chipsets could be upgradeable to the new standard.