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  • Humane AI Pin

    Humane is said to be seeking a $1 billion buyout after only 10,000 orders of its terrible AI Pin

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    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    06.06.2024

    Humane is reportedly trying to sell itself for $1 billion after receiving just 10,000 orders for its confuddling, expensive and ultimately pretty useless AI Pin. The device was savaged by reviewers.

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    Wearable AI Pin maker Humane is reportedly seeking a buyer

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    Mariella Moon
    Mariella Moon
    05.21.2024

    The tech startup Humane is reportedly seeking a buyer for its business and is hoping to sell for anywhere between $750 million and $1 billion.

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    The Humane AI Pin is the solution to none of technology's problems

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    Cherlynn Low
    Cherlynn Low
    04.11.2024

    Engadget's in-depth review of the Humane AI Pin wearable.

  • Humane shows off its 'disappearing computer' Ai Pin at a Paris fashion show

    Humane lays off staff before its 'Ai Pin' begins shipping

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    Steve Dent
    Steve Dent
    01.10.2024

    Wearable startup Humane AI reportedly laid off four percent of its employees before it has started shipping its AI Pin.

  • The hand of co-founder Imran Chaudhri holding the Humane AI Pin. Closeup. The small device has a white face, and is square with round corners and a section at the top for a camera.

    Humane AI Pin orders will start shipping in March

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    Will Shanklin
    Will Shanklin
    12.22.2023

    The Humane AI Pin is expected to start shipping in March. The company posted on Friday that “those who placed priority orders will receive their Ai Pins first when we begin shipping in March.”

  • Humane shows off its 'disappearing computer' Ai Pin at a Paris fashion show

    Humane’s AI Pin will cost $699

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    Pranav Dixit
    Pranav Dixit
    11.08.2023

    Humane's much-hyped Ai Pin is a device that’s about the size of a large business card that clips on to your clothing and acts as a personalized assistant controlled via voice and touch.

  • Naomi Campbell presents a creation by designers Sebastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant as part of their Spring/Summer 2024 Women's ready-to-wear collection show for fashion brand Coperni during Paris Fashion Week in Paris, France, September 29, 2023. REUTERS/Johanna Geron

    Humane shows off its futuristic 'Ai Pin' wearable

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    Steve Dent
    Steve Dent
    10.02.2023

    Humane has unveiled the Ai Pin in full at a Paris fashion show (Humane x Coperni) as a way to show off the device's new form factor.

  • Sangean announces HDT-1, HDR-1 HD radios

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    Cyrus Farivar
    Cyrus Farivar
    09.19.2006

    Like any relatively nascent sector of the gadget world, things generally start out being expensive and then pretty much follow some version of their own Moore's Law, dropping in price and increasing in value. The new Sangean line of HD Radios is no different -- the company is giving its competitors a high-def run for their money. Now if you're saying to yourself, "but this tabletop HD radio isn't really going to fit in my home entertainment altar," Sangean has another product for you, its HDT-1 Component Tuner (peep the mock-up on the next page). It'll stack nicely with your pyramid of other devices and includes a line-out (RCA), but many of the other features (even its weight?) remain "undisclosed." What is disclosed, however, is the price, which Sangean is putting at "under $200" -- that's PR-speak for $199. The slimmed down (and more expensive, at "under $250") version is the HDR-1 Tabletop Radio (pictured above), which is a good $100 less than the last tabletop HD radio that we saw. It's got all the normal features that you'd expect on a radio of this caliber, including S/PDIF, aux-in, multi-cast capability, and something called an "Alarm w/Humane Wake System." Most editors here at Engadget are woken rather inhumanely, so we'd love to find out what Sangean's created. Sadly we'll have to wait until the company discloses more information about the radios' availability, as all it's said for now is that they'll be available "for the 2006 holiday season" -- we're counting down to Black Friday.Read - HDR-1Read - HDT-1