Here One earbuds combine augmented hearing with wireless earbuds

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Wireless earbuds are having a bit of a moment. Everyone from Samsung to Jaybird to Apollo are coming out with earbuds you pop in your ears, no wires required. 

But the new Here One earbuds from Doppler Labs have a cool twist — they augment the sounds around you, in addition to working as standard wireless earbuds

Doppler Labs’ last product, the Here Active Listening earbuds, made their debut at Coachella earlier this year. Those earbuds were designed to augment live listening — either amplifying or drowning out the sounds around you

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The Cisco WLC software contains two denial-of-service vulnerabilities, one of which is rated critical and could be exploited by an unauthenticated attacker through specially crafted HTTP requests sent to the device. This can cause a buffer overflow condition that, in addition to a device reload, might also allow for execution of arbitrary code on the device.

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