Talk Freely Behind the Fortress of Babble

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The desktop-sized elements of Babble can 'scramble' the sound of your voice i

The desktop-sized elements of Babble can "scramble" the sound of your voice, so that others outside your office cubicle hear only small, fragmented parts of any conversation. Herman Miller/Sonare Technologies hide caption

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The desktop-sized elements of Babble can 'scramble' the sound of your voice

The desktop-sized elements of Babble can "scramble" the sound of your voice, so that others outside your office cubicle hear only small, fragmented parts of any conversation.

Herman Miller/Sonare Technologies

Want to have a private chat in public? Our Day to Day technology correspondent reports on a new technology that can protect conversations in a small, otherwise open space from eavesdroppers — get the buzz on Babble.

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