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Can you get a more British name than Bowers and Wilkins? But if you’re thinking bowler hats and leather-clad arm chairs at the Gentlemen’s Club,
Bose is launching a revised version of its highly regarded Bose QC35 headphones. Now named QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II, Bose has added a new
I have a mild but, I think, largely untreatable anxiety condition. I’m worried about my batteries running out. Will the phone last through the day?
Sony hit the stage today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a very surprising addition to its TV line up, along with
You probably know that the next generation of devices will be cordless, but if Parrot has its way, it will also be noiseless, wireless, and capable of putting you into an audio-loving coma.
The one thing outside of a change of clothes we always have with us in the air is noise cancelling headphones, but while these tend to be expensive, Philips is looking into options to bring down the cost.
We’ve seen noise cancellation in-earphones from most of the big players out there, but Bang & Olufsen is new, and it’s here with a pair it says has been designed for comfort most of all.
We’re always keen to see new players in any category, and there’s one newbie sitting in the world of headphones right now, grabbing attention with long-lasting headphones made for even the longest of flights.
Headphone makers are finally getting on board with devices that have remotes that work on Android, and Bose is one of them, but for its latest pair, you can’t just change the cable like you think you can.
When it comes to Bluetooth headphones, there’s some serious competition out there, with models arriving from big names with big sound, but this week we’re seeing a new entrant make its mark with cans offering auto-adjusting noise cancellation.
One of the better pairs of noise cancelling headphones we saw last year is getting an update already, but you might not need it unless you own a phone of the Android persuasion.
If you’re anything like us, noise cancellation headphones are a must have when it comes to take a flight, killing the hum of the aircraft and letting you get on with your listening pleasure. Normally, this area is occupied by Bose, Audio Technica, Sony, and Plantronics, but Philips is getting in on the action, too.
Musicians rarely get an influence on how headphones interpret their music, but a new pair from Parrot could fix that on an album by album basis.
We’ve seen plenty of headsets from Plantronics in the past, and now the company that has sent headphones into space is cutting noise from your overseas plane trip, with its first active noise cancelling cans.
If there’s one company we expected to make Lightning headphones first, it was Apple, or at least the headphone brand it bought recently, Beats. But a couple of brands have beaten Beats to the punch.
Hopping on a plane or taking a train and don’t want to hear the world around you? Noise cancelling headphones are a must, and while phones and wearables are the big news this week, there’s also news if you fancy a new pair of cans.