Don't-Miss Headphone Stories
Harman AKG has released 3 new headphone models under its new Quincy Jones Signature Line.
Moshi, which is known for its sleek, Mac-like Apple accessories, has released its first headset in its new Moshi Audio line.
Aerial7 will release its new Phoenix line of colorful, DJ-grade, iPhone-friendly headphones in July.
Still pondering what to get the mom in your life for Mother's Day? We've come up with a few suggestions for all types of mothers.
Scosche Industries has released four new additions to its IDR series, all featuring the company's tapLINE II Remote and Mic.
Four new lines of earbuds from Empire Brands feature noise isolation, gold-tipped connectors, and cool looks.
On Monday, Apple announced a replacement program for its Headphones with Remote shipped with the iPod shuffle from February of 2009 to February of 2010. In addition, the company announced that the entire line of its Headphones with Remote and Mic and In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic qualify for this program.
Four Macworld editors descend on the International Consumer Electronics Show and share their tales of this massive trade show.
Christopher Breen spent his Thursday at CES walking through the iLounge Pavilion. What he found: a lot of cases and a lot of focus on the iPhone and iPod touch at the expense of other iPod models.
Four new collections from iWave offer headphones and iPod/iPhone cases in different styles.
The International Consumer Electronics Show has kicked off in Las Vegas, and Macworld is on the scene. Dan Frakes and Christopher Breen spent Wednesday night at the Digital Experience, keeping an eye peeled for gear that's sure to interest Mac, iPhone, and iPod users.
The peripherals maker announced a slew of upcoming accessories for the iPhone and iPod. While pricing wasn't mentioned, there are some interesting details.
These high-end audio accessories for your Mac and iPod are designed to sound (and look) like a million bucks.
Jason Snell with iPod-related gift items from Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide.
iPod wearing cyclists are risking injury and even death, according to road safety advocates in the UK.