From Digital Trends: Using cellphones and sewage, scientists can tell what drugs you’re taking

Asking people about their drug habits — either legal or illicit — unsurprisingly doesn’t always result in reliable data. You know what does? Analyzing sewage and cellphone signals.

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From Digital Trends: SmartHalo will turn any bike into a smart bike with navigation, fitness tracking

SmartHalo can turn any bike into a smart bike, providing turn-by-turn navigation, fitness tracking, and an onboard virtual assistant to go along with its built-in light and anti-theft alarm system.
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From Digital Trends: Thermal imaging can reveal just how hard your brain is working

How hard are you concentrating right now? There is one not-so-obvious way to find out: Read your hidden cognition levels using smart thermal imaging tech. Or so these researchers think.
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From Digital Trends: Bose enters the world of fully wireless earbuds with the SoundSport Free

Bose has announced the SoundSport Free, its first-ever set of fully wireless earbuds. Designed specifically for workout environments, the headphones offer five hours of battery life and a “Find My Buds” feature.
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From Digital Trends: Algorithm predicts Parkinson’s disease by digging through your medical history

Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed an algorithm that can identify future Parkinson’s patients by looking for details in their medical history.

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From Digital Trends: Afraid of heights? Scientists might be able to fix that — with magnets and VR

Could a combination of virtual reality and transcranial magnetic stimulation help people overcome severe phobias? Researchers from the University Hospital of Würzburg in Germany think so.

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From Digital Trends: Plantronics rolls out new wireless headphone models ready for any workout

Plantonrics has announced four new pairs of wireless, waterproof sport headphones to bolster its BackBeat FIT lineup, giving you plenty of options to find the best fit for you and your workout.
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From Digital Trends: Virchybike Lite wants to make indoor cycling as fun as the outdoor version

Can’t make it outside? That doesn’t mean you can’t make your workout. Even if you prefer the great outdoors to the comfort of your home when it comes to your cardiovascular health, the Virchybike Lite might be the best compromise.
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