Don't-Miss Headphone Stories
Shure has announced the SE115m+ Sound Isolating Headset with Remote and Microphone, the iPhone-headset version of the company's SE115 Sound Isolating Earphones.
Griffin Technology has announced MyPhones, a set of kid-friendly headphones with built-in volume limiting for hearing protection.
International music star Lady Gaga brought some glamor to IFA in Berlin on Monday when she launched a new series of headphones developed with Monster Cable.
Audio vendor Shure, long known for in-ear monitors and microphones, has announced the company's first over-the-ear headphones.
Audio-Technica has announced the ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Active Noise-canceling Headphones, an update to the Macworld-favorite ATH-ANC7.
JayBird has released two new earbuds for athletes and redesigned their Bluetooth offering with better audio quality.
Scosche has announced the TapStick, a new iPod shuffle case with built-in controls that lets you use any headphones with the latest iPod shuffle.
Ultimate Ears has introduced the UE 4 Pro, the company's least expensive custom-fit in-ear monitors.
What you don't know about your iPod's earbuds might just shock you. Literally.
Want to use other headphones with the new iPod shuffle? Your options are limited for now.
Klipsch said Thursday it will offer custom headphones for the iPod shuffle with VoiceOver.
Future Sonics has released new versions of its Atrio earphones in beige and red.
Headphones, cases, and other add-ons are a common sight on the Macworld Expo show floor. We talk about a few noteworthy ones at this year's event.
Harman International’s AKG brand has made a name for itself in the professional audio market. Now the audio specialist is bringing more than a dozen consumer-oriented headphones to the U.S.
Even with all the focus on the App Store and its software, 2008 was still a great year for iPod and iPhone accessories. Here are 11 add-ons that caught our attention in the past year.