[Deal Alert] Bose QuietComfort 35 II with Assistant is $299.95 ($50 off) on eBay with code

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eBay ran a site-wide 15% discount (capped at $ 50) for yesterday only, though it turns out that the 20% discount for select sellers is still going on. Case in point: you can purchase a set of Google Assistant-equipped Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones for $ 299.95, down from $ 349.95.

As most everyone knows, the products in Bose’s QuietComfort line are seriously good. The QC35s were already lauded for their great sound quality, comfortable build, and excellent noise cancellation, and the QC35 IIs build upon those by adding Google Assistant to the mix.

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Bose forays into AR with audio-only AR glasses prototype, to invest $50 million

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At SXSW, Bose announced that it is foraying into the AR game but unlike many AR tech out there, Bose is all about audio that will be delivered through a “wafer-thin acoustics package. It also introduced a new prototype glasses to hear which Bose says is the future of mobile sound. The company also mentioned that it will make the SDK for the AR for developers this summer. The AR glasses though doesn’t change or add 3D objects in what you see, but it will know what you’re looking at without an integrated lens or phone camera. Bose AR adds an audible layer of information and experiences which will make your daily experience better. The company specifically developed the wafer-thin acoustics package technology for the platform which will represent the future of mobile micro-sound with power and clarity. The technology can be built into the headphones, eyewear, helmets and more. It can be controlled with simple head gestures, voice, or a tap on the wearable to control content. The first AR prototype glasses were engineered and manufactured by Bose. They are compatible with Bluetooth, has microphone support for calls, Siri or Google Assistant integration. It is Bose’s new proprietary technology that keeps audio private with an ultra-slim, ultra-light, ultra-miniaturized acoustic package embedded discreetly in …
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Bose sunglasses hands-on: audio AR makes more sense than you think

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This week, Bose made a surprise announcement that it was getting into the augmented reality game. But Bose makes headphones, right? And AR is all about glasses with visual overlays? Well, nobody told them, and that's a good thing. The company believe…
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Bose AR audio-only augmented reality platform asks, ‘Who needs screens?’

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Augmented reality can make for some fantastically impressive tech demos, and the rise of systems like Google’s ARCore has started to bring AR to the masses, not requiring hardware any more advanced than the phone you already have. While phone-based AR feels like it has the potential to be quite popular, wearable AR devices have proven to be a tougher sell, and the public backlash against early efforts like Google Glass is still hard to forget.

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Daily Deals: $33 Eufy smart scale, $160 Bose QC 25 headphones, and more

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[Deal Alert] Bose SoundSport Free truly wireless Bluetooth headphones now $199 at most retailers ($50 off)

Like it or hate it, more and more phones are dropping the headphone jack, which means Bluetooth headphones are changing from an optional benefit to a definite requirement as time goes on. For those looking to pick up a pair, Bose’s SoundSport Free were one of Android Police’s favorite “truly” wireless earbuds late last year, and now you can grab your own for just $ 199, a savings of $ 50.

There aren’t a lot of great truly wireless headphones out there, but the SoundSport Free impressed us a lot in our review.

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Daily Deals presented by RAVPower: $50 off Sonos One speakers, $120 off Bose headphones, and more

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Tile partnership bringing app-based tracking to Bose, Samsonite, Propeller Health products this year

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Tile has announced it has made agreements with a number of companies to expand the use of its tag-location technology, with deals bringing the Tile platform’s item relocation functionality to Bose, Samsonite, and Propeller Health products in the future.
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Why Amazon’s master plan for Alexa includes things like voice-controlled Bose headphones

It’s all about the OS.

One might think Amazon would be satisfied with the surprise success of its Echo speakers, the voice-controlled gadgets that have become hit holiday gifts and more in the three years since they were invented.

But as usual, Amazon wants more — a lot more — for Alexa, the voice assistant technology that powers the Echo family of devices.

That ambition leads us to a pair of Bose headphones currently in development that will allow you to summon Alexa by voice. The companies revealed their plans yesterday in an announcement about new tools for software developers that are supposed to make it easier for them to add the voice technology to headphones, wearable devices and smart watches.

So why do you need to control your headphones with your voice, you may wonder? Maybe so you can change songs or raise the volume without pulling out your phone or fiddling with a stereo if you still use that sort of thing.

Or maybe the specific use case doesn’t really matter to Amazon. Instead, this is just another reminder that Amazon sees Alexa as the operating system of the future and, as such, wants to embed it every single gadget it can, to accompany you everywhere you go.

Another benefit: Amazon doesn’t control the operating system of any major smartphones — it failed in that market, and its voice-assistant rivals Google and Apple are the major global winners there. But by partnering with companies that make popular accessories, many of which connect to your phone or directly to the internet, it has a better chance at competing with your phone’s built-in assistant, whether Siri, Google, or another.

Headphones? Check. Smart watches? Check. Light switches? Check. Ovens? Check. BMWs? Check.

The more devices that carry Alexa, the more engrained it becomes in all facets of our lives. The more engrained it becomes in all facets of our lives, the more natural that voice searches, voice commands, and voice queries start to become to us, whether we’re in our home, in our car or somewhere in between.

And then? And then the barriers to transacting with Amazon that exist when a computer or phone isn’t handy start to crumble.

Speaking to your car to order dinner through Amazon Restaurants starts to feel normal on your drive home from work.

Asking the Alexa embedded in your new fridge to re-order paper towels becomes something you aren’t embarrassed to do.

And telling your Bose headphones to order the deodorant you forgot as you walk home from the drug store maybe, just maybe, begins to feel a tiny bit like magic.

Echos are certainly crucial to Alexa’s goals inside the home. But Amazon needs help from all type of gadget makers to embed Alexa everywhere else.


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