Muzik's "smart" headphones talk to social network apps

07/30/2013 | Computerworld

Muzik is out with $299 headphones that allow users to share their music with the push of a button that controls Twitter and Facebook applications. The Miami-based company expects to produce a lineup of "smart" headphones that "will never again just be for listening to music or talking on the phone -- our headphones will improve the way we socially discover, share, listen and experience music," CEO Jason Hardi says. The company is seeking developers of new apps using the technology.

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