Could Google’s next earbuds give you superhuman hearing?


Google is reportedly secretly working on some truly innovative wireless headsets. — AFP Relaxnews

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is reportedly working on wireless earbuds that can distinguish a voice or sound in an ambient hubbub, according to the publication Business Insider. It has even drawn inspiration from the superhero Wolverine as the code name for this new project.

Engineers at Alphabet’s X Lab subsidiary (formerly Google X Lab), have been working on a revolutionary wireless headphone system that would allow users to hear more distinctly than any human being, like a superhero, like a... Wolverine.

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