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#comptia | Ikea and Teenage Engineering launch co-developed speakers and party products

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Two and a half years after Ikea first announced its collaboration with Swedish design collective Teenage Engineering, the products are going on sale. The Frekvens range (which translates to “frequency”) will be rolling out in US stores from today through February 1st, according to Ikea.

Teenage Engineering is best known for its music products like the iconic OP-1 synthesizer, so it’s no surprise that the Frekvens collection sees Ikea continue its expansion into the world of home audio. There are two speakers in the range, a $69.99 model and a more portable $19.99 option with a belt clip, along with a $149 subwoofer combo and a $10 light-up speaker base.

“The Items got narrowed down towards sound,” Teenage Engineering founder Jesper Kouthoofd says. “What we said was ‘why do you have to hide speakers. They are furniture in their own right.’ Sounds should not be hidden. So when you start to build a modular system and add fronts and accessories on, it’s a more fun way to think about sound.”

It’s just not a party until someone pours a martini on a table tennis racquet on the floor.

The rest of the range includes more traditional Ikea products and is designed to help you host a stylishly minimalist home party. There are various lights, furniture, crockery, and other somewhat incongruous items like a cajón and a reflective raincoat. Many of the lights and speakers are able to be connected together.

“We know that for younger people spontinuity is key,” Ikea creative design leader Michael Nikolic says. “The idea of gathering some friends could become a reality in minutes. What is needed to have a good party at home? That’s what we wanted to investigate with Frekvens. Together with Teenage Engineering, we have explored the possibilities of taking the party with us.”

Here are some selected items from the collection:

Speaker with subwoofer, $149

Portable speaker, $19.99

Cups, $9.99 for four

Side table, $29.99

Eating set, $17.99

Cajón drum, $29.99

LED multi-use light, $40

Blanket, $49.99

Raincoat, $24.99

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Teenage hackers wreaked havoc on Gateshead College’s computer systems

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A pair of teenage hackers managed to mangle their college’s computer systems, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage in the process. Computer geeks Lee Bishop and Connor Graham pleaded guilty to the offences at Newcastle Crown Court sitting at Moot Hall. The hack dates back to May 22, 2014…

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Teenage hacker who conspired to attack Sussex Police told to pay with pocket money

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A teenage hacker who conspired to attack Sussex Police and the Hong Kong government has been told his pocket money should be docked. The 17-year-old boy from Hove, who cannot be named for legal reasons, played a ‘significant role’ in an online hacker conspiracy group. He appeared at Worthing Magistrates’…

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Teenage hacker makes £ 400,000 by hacking 1.7 million Xbox Live and Minecraft accounts

Teenage hacker makes £ 400,000 by hacking 1.7 million Xbox Live and Minecraft accountsSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Teenage Hacker named Adam Mudd is said to have made £400,000 by selling a nasty virus to fellow hackers which led to the crash of more than 1.7 million Xbox … The post Teenage hacker makes £ 400,000 by hacking 1.7 million Xbox Live and Minecraft […]

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Former school teacher CLEARED of sexually assaulting a teenage girl on three occasions

A FORMER grammar school teacher has been cleared of sexually assaulting a teenage girl – on three occasions.

Colin Bell, 44, who taught at Westcliff High School for Girls, was accused of carrying out the assaults between January 1, 2013, and April 24, 2013.

Bell, of Rebels Lane, Great Wakering, denied the offences and has been acquitted by a jury at Basildon Crown Court last week.

The Echo can now report the verdict because press restrictions made in order not to prejudice a second trial Bell faced over indecent images of children have been lifted.

Following the verdict, Bell admitted a single charge of making an indecent image of a child and was handed an absolute discharge.

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A top British cop wants to fit teenage hackers with wearable Wi-Fi jammers

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A top British cop wants to fit teenage hackers with wearable Wi-Fi jammers

One of Britain’s top cops has come up with an unconventional solution for dealing with pesky teenage hackers: Make them wear portable Wi-Fi jammers.
Chief Superintendent Gavin Thomas, president of the Police Superintentent’s Association, made the suggestion to The Telegraph

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Teenage Bedrooms Remind Us Of The Life-Changing Magic Of Making A Mess

How old were you when “that’s it, go to your room” turned into “that’s it, I’m going to my room,” a stubborn teenage assertion of your independence, your need for personal space and personal beliefs separate from your parents’?

For many Western teens, the bedroom is a sanctuary. It’s the only space in a shared home that can be groomed to match individual tastes and beliefs — or tastes and beliefs that are shared with whichever sibling you’re bunked up with. These flourishes often include band posters (long live Third Eye Blind), photo collages (ey, JTT), school books, comic books, makeup, trinkets, instruments, and clothes spilling over from closets, intentionally or due to a lack of space.

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Worried My Teenage Daughter Will Get Pregnant

My daughter has been with her boyfriend for about a year. They are nearly 16 and she tells me they haven’t had sex–yet. I want her to confide in me but my sister got pregnant when she was a teenager so it’s hard to hear that my daughter is even thinking about being sexual. What can I do to help her make good decisions without making it seem like I approve of them having sex?
 

 
Teens who find themselves facing an unexpected pregnancy are usually shocked that this kind of thing could happen to them; in their minds, those sorts of things only happen to other people.

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Teenage hacker “regrets” cyber attack on the FBI and Home Office

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Teenage hacker “regrets” cyber attack on the FBI and Home Office

A teenage hacker says that he “honestly regrets” a cyber attack that brought down the websites of both the FBI and Home Office. Charlton Floate sat in his bedroom as he hacked in to the sites – bringing the FBI site to a standstill for five hours – all at the tender age of just 16. However, Floate, now 19, of Solihull, avoided an immediate jail sentence last month despite admitting three charges under the Computer Misuse Act and two of possessing prohibited images. He was given an eight-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months, and was ordered to carry out 250 hours of community service. Mr Recorder John Steele QC said that Floate was “highly intelligent” with a deep and clear knowledge of information technology who had taken a lead role in the conspiracy and had recruited others. The self-styled internet and online marketing guru, then aged 16, managed to cripple the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s internet crime complaints centre site for more than five hours, by flooding the server with huge amounts of data traffic. Speaking to BBC 5 Live Daily, the reformed hacker expressed deep regret at his actions. He said: “I honestly regret doing that type […]

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