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In addition, they feature a battery life of up to 16 hours of playback (four hours in the buds plus another 12 hours from their included charging case).
These wireless earbuds also feature quick access to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant for hands-free navigation and voice search, and they’re also compatible with both Android smartphones and Apple iPhone models via Bluetooth.
A prosecutor has cross-examined Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes about her relationship with former romantic and business partner Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani, in an apparent attempt to counter Holmes' claims that he had been abusive.Holmes, 37, testified on Monday that the relationship had a pervasive impact on her life during the time when prosecutors say she committed fraud.
Former Matilda Michelle Heyman will look to lead Canberra United to the next level this A-League Women season as she takes the reins as the club's captain.Informed over a "very cute" cup of coffee with United coach Vicki Linton, the somewhat-reluctant leader said increased maturity would serve her well helping to grow the club's emerging generation.
The ACT has recorded four new cases of COVID-19, the lowest daily figure for more than three months.The last time daily infections were so low was on August 15, just after the start of Canberra's Delta lockdown.
Defending NBL champions Melbourne United will be without key man Chris Goulding for Sunday's season opener against Sydney.The prolific scorer suffered a hamstring injury while training on Tuesday, scans revealing a minor issue that could keep him sidelined for the club's first two games.
The federal government is spending nearly $40 million so more Australians can access HIV treatment.The money to be doled out over five years will give people not eligible for Medicare access to treatment.
The Greens want to create a $51 million legal fund to help Indigenous Australians fight big corporations over environmental and cultural heritage protection.Indigenous senator Lidia Thorpe said First Nations people were too often engaged in long, expensive and unfair legal battles.
An Aboriginal woman has died in custody while being treated at a hospital in Melbourne's west.Corrections Victoria said the 30-year-old was transferred from a maximum security women's prison in Deer Park, the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre, to Sunshine Hospital last week.
His short-term future secured, Australian rising star Oscar Piastri has switched his focus back to his immediate goal of securing this year's Formula 2 championship.The 20-year-old heads into this weekend's penultimate stop in the F2 calendar in Saudi Arabia holding a 36-point lead in the title race as Piastri aims to become the third driver in history to win back-to-back F3 and F2 crowns after George Russell and Charles Leclerc.
The Victorian government has joined its NSW counterpart in reaching out to Cricket Australia as an option for the fifth Ashes Test if it's stripped from Perth.Victorian Sports Minister Martin Pakula said on Wednesday that the MCG's "claims were undeniable" as an alternative venue.
Scott Morrison says he was disappointed by the actions of a Liberal senator who was accused of making growling sounds towards independent senator Jacqui Lambie.Labor and Greens MPs called out an unnamed coalition senator in Question Time on Tuesday accusing them of growling and making dog noises towards Senator Lambie.
A search is under way for three people who allegedly fled a Northern Territory COVID-19 quarantine facility near Darwin.Police said the trio jumped the fence at The Centre for National Resilience about 4.
Sam Kerr has Wembley Stadium in her sights.Days after leaving Australia, the Matildas superstar is set to hit the hallowed turf when Chelsea take on Arsenal in the final of the prestigious Women's FA Cup.
A shock Twenty20 demotion and underwhelming recent red-ball form have failed to derail Alex Carey's push for a baggy green, with the wicketkeeper in a good mental place as a Test debut awaits.Carey is expected to replace Tim Paine behind the stumps for the Ashes opener, which begins in one week at the Gabba.
In a landmark trial, a former member of Islamic State has been found guilty of genocide by a German court over the death of a five-year-old Yazidi girl he had bought as a slave and then chained up in the hot sun to die.The Frankfurt regional court also convicted Taha Al-J, an Iraqi citizen whose full last name was not released because of privacy rules, of crimes against humanity, war crimes and bodily harm resulting in death.
Canada is banning foreign nationals from three more countries because of concerns about the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.All air passengers arriving in the country, apart from those from the US, will have to be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival and will have to self-isolate until they get the results of their test.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has sternly warned NATO against deploying its troops and weapons to Ukraine, saying it represents a red line for Russia and would trigger a strong response.Commenting on Western concerns about Russia's alleged intention to invade Ukraine, he said Moscow was equally worried about NATO drills near its borders.