When my AirPods stopped working, I thought I had finally shorted them out. I was wrong.
Jammy is a portable, digital guitar that packs a ton of onboard smarts and can easily fit in a backpack.
Lenovo's 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker is the world's thinnest, packing big sound and lots of features into an 11-mm-thin design.
An update to the Mikme microphone turns the wireless device into a gadget that video makers will love.
Creative's Super X-Fi technology simulates the experience of a full surround-sound speaker setup within your headphones.
Razer's Nommo and Nommo Pro speakers are designed to offer immersive, accurate sound for gaming and entertainment.
With Pixel Buds and the Clips camera, Google is extending its ecosystem for the Pixel 2 phone in a very smart and Apple-like way.
Sony has updated its line of 1000X headphones with three noise-cancelling options that make sure anything you do need to hear actually gets in.
Packing built-in language translation, automatic activity tracking and excellent battery life, Bragi's Dash Pro are looking to take true wireless audio to a new level.
CES 2017 was stacked with headphones, speakers and other kinds of audio gadgets, so we've put together a list of what we liked the most.
LG actually announced its line of Tone wearable speakers in the build-up to CES, but last week's consumer trade show gave us a chance to try out the audio gear in person. And hearing, as they say, is believing.Two audio products shared the
Vrtify gives you front-row access to your favorite artists in virtual reality, and live streaming is on the way.
Bose is cutting the cord on its QuietComfort 35 while unveiling a whole new line of wireless products.
Erato's Apollo 7 are one of the first earbuds to really deliver on the promise of true wireless audio performance.
The Ossic X headphones produce 3D-audio calibrated to each wearer's specific anatomy, making them the perfect accessory for virtual reality junkies.
Ever wish you could mute real life, or maybe just turn it down? The Here Active Listening System makes both possible.
Beyerdynamic stuns with its Tesla-powered DT 1770 Pro headphones, which deliver a truly high-end audio experience by generating its own magnetic field.