The word ‘earpiece’ is obviously a joining of the words ‘ear’ and ‘piece’, the term was probably originally coined for eyeglasses at some point in the 18th century, but it also applies to things like old style phone receivers and doctor’s stethoscopes. British optician Edward Scarlett is thought to have developed the first eyeglass earpieces Read More
We’re residing in a world that revolves around technology’s latest innovations. Communication forms the backbone of every business in the world. Global operations function effectively on quality based communication systems. Discrete communication systems are setup for the purpose of sending, receiving and regulating information to the right destination. If you wish to ensure steady communication Read More
Again one more short article i found fascinating around the subject matter of headset’s, what would you do if i didn’t post this ehh? you’d have to find the original content, the chances that you found it would be slim, so deem yourself blessed that i’ve shared this excellent piece with you. Covert surveillance occurs Read More
Radio earpieces look really cool. They are generally used for surveillance but some enthusiasts also wear them just for fun. Secret agents and spies in the movies have made these accessories really cool to wear. Putting on a radio earpiece is not a tough job. To put on an earpiece, first of all you need Read More
As with many things, it is possible to make an invisible earphone set out of stuff you may have lying around the house and materials that are easy enough to source online. For an easy-to-follow instructional video below. The method relayed here has been taken from Frank GuYun of Instructables.com. Links to the original article Read More
There are two main methods of noise cancellation (although a third shall also be detailed a bit later on) with regards to headsets, earphones and other portable devices. Here’s a bit about them and how they work… The first type of noise cancellation basically occurs whenever anything obstructs the inner ear; this has the effect Read More
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The old adage that ‘mobile phone emissions can cause cancer’ is a commonly held belief that doesn’t actually have a huge amount of evidence behind it. Nevertheless, a lot of people genuinely believe that they can/will develop cancer after extensive use of a mobile phone. Amazingly, this does little or nothing to deter these very Read More
‘Privileged communication’ is a legal term, applied in many Western countries (including both mine and yours, unless I’m very much mistaken), that applies to any interaction that is required, by law, to remain confidential.
Music is a huge element of everyday life and it has been for nearly as long as Human beings have now been on this planet. I often point to the discovery of the 40,000-year-old flute dating back to that ice age as evidence for this, but truthfully, all the facts you may need is all Read More