Noise-cancelling tech, which has been available in headphones for years, is coming to cars. The new Toyota Crown Hybrid will come with three microphones that will work with three always-on active phase speakers that will make the interior of the car much quieter. By cancelling out road and engine noise, the system will be able to take the ambient cabin noise down from 50-150Hz to a whisper-quiet 8dB. Sounds pretty great to me. [Treehugger]
Toyota Bringing Noise Cancelling to Car Interiors
Trending Stories Right Now
Video. On 25 June 1998, Microsoft released Windows 98. It didn’t come out with quite as much fanfare as Windows 95 did, so to commemorate the OS’ 20th anniversary, YouTuber Shelby Jueden built a gaming PC using brand new, in the box, 20-year-old components, as well as an unused copy of Windows 98.
Photo. All Photos Provided By Lamborghini Apropos of nothing, Lamborghini has returned Minardi M191B chassis #003 to vintage racing duties after a lengthy seven-month restoration by the company's Polo Storico division. Many of the original 1990s Lamborghini and Minardi staff were involved in the restoration. Polo Storico is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Lamborghini's history, and its short-lived Formula One efforts are certainly under that umbrella.