Don't-Miss Headphone Stories
After a couple more days wandering CES, we stop to take another look at a few products that were especially interesting or useful.
Creative's new Tactic3D Omega headset works with a variety of games like World of Warcraft and other role playing games, as well as for listening to music, Netflix, or chatting on Skype.
No surprise: the International Consumer Electronics Show continues to be an Apple-loving audiophile's dream. Sennheiser and dB Logic have both announced new products.
Macworld's Dan Frakes and Jonathan Seff are in Las Vegas, keeping their eyes peeled for new gadgets and gear that appeal to iPhone and iPod users. At the show's Digital Experience press event, they found a number of speakers, headphones, and mobile accessories that deserve your attention.
An award-winning Swedish firm releases its headset to the US market in January, no assembly or Allen wrench required.
If you're doing some last-minute shopping for a music-lover on your gift list, consider a new pair of earbuds or headphones
Dan Frakes joins host Chris Breen to talk about holiday gifts for the media lovers in your life.
Just in time for your triumphant post-holiday return to the office, Apple is ready with some Cyber Monday deals on accessories that should make great holiday gifts.
Macworld Senior Editor Jackie Dove would love to upgrade her old printer, point-and-shoot, and earbuds, and to move up to one of Apple's latest Cinema Displays.
Macworld has confirmed that, contrary to widespread rumors, Apple didn't acquire Bluetooth headphone maker Wi-Gear.
It's an extravaganza of sight and sound, with Apple snapping up a small wireless audio company, Hasbro producing a 3D add-on for the iPhone, and Microsoft painting the town, er, teal.
Shure's new SE210m+ Sound Isolating Headset aims to combine the professional audio performance and sound isolation of the company's SE210 Earphones, with an integrated remote and microphone for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
Monster's Beats by Dr. Dre has launched five new audio products aimed at both audio professionals and high-end consumers.
Sennheiser has announced iPhone/iPod/Mac-compatible versions of seven of the company's popular headphones, each with a three-button inline remote/microphone module.
Essency's Awareness! app uses your iPhone-compatible headphone's built-in microphone to listen to the outside world and relay sounds to you that are louder than a certain threshold.