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Man accuses Bose of intercepting what he’s listening to

Man accuses Bose of intercepting what he’s listening to

A newly-filed proposed class-action lawsuit accuses audio equipment manufacturer Bose of illegally wiretapping a customer via his headphones.

According to the suit filed in a federal court in Chicago, an Illinois resident Kyle Zak purchased a pair of Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless Bluetooth headphones for $350 in March this year.
The headphones use an application called “Bose Connect,” to pause, skip as well as to perform other controls.

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Bose launches new build-it-yourself speaker kit for children

Bose launches new build-it-yourself speaker kit for children

On Tuesday, quality speaker manufacturer Bose announced the launch of a new build-it-yourself speaker kit for children. The move underscores an apparent attempt by Bose to introduce the younger generations to its brand.

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