Jabra's new headset comes in April with an impressive battery life, audio customisation and hands-free digital assistant interaction.
The Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds have the brains, but not the sonic brawn, to make them the all-around mobile companion they should be.
A new report points to a new Galaxy Home speaker in Samsung's lineup, which could be a smaller and cheaper version.
The Razer Nari Ultimate offers comfortable ear cups and solid software, but it's dragged down by its dull sound, poor rumble and loose fit.
The Renga Boost is good enough for everyday play, particularly if you don't want to drop $100 or more on a decent audio accessory.
The Audio-Technica ATH-50xBT maintains the phenomenal sound and sturdy design of the original, while adding Bluetooth into the mix.
Here's how to avoid losing your AirPods, and what you should know about how much of a beating they can take.
Despite a few performance bugs, the Plantronics BackBeat Go 810 provides dynamic sound and modest noise cancellation at a great price.
The Yamaha MusicCast Bar 400 offers good sound and plenty of features, but you'll get the most out of it if you invest in additional MusicCast speakers to expand to a 5.1 system.
We first saw Bose's impressive augmented reality glasses last March, and they're finally available for pre-order.
If you're an audiophile or just want a solid pair of noise-blocking headphones on a budget, head on over to Amazon.
Audiophiles who already own a Roku TV and want the simplest sound solution should consider the Roku Wireless Speakers.
The Samsung HW-MS550 is a compelling, affordable soundbar option that offers plenty of inputs and support for multiroom sound.
The JBL Flip 4 improves on an already-solid speaker line, adding more battery life, more ruggedness and better sound.
A notable upgrade from the original, the Sony WH-1000xM2 is an audio powerhouse with great sound and noise-cancelling performance.
HDMI ARC provides a two-way flow of sound between a TV and a soundbar or other gear. Here's what you need to know.
While the ear-cooling FrostCap technology is interesting, the HP Omen Mindframe is a tough sell all around.
Killer battery life, customizable sound and adjustable fit make these Bluetooth sport buds a must-buy.
The SteelSeries Arctis refresh is incredibly subtle, but the stand-alone GameDAC may appeal to audiophile gamers.
The Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2's handful of unique features still aren't enough to help it dominate in a crowded field.
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The Cloud Earbuds provide balanced, robust sound in an easy-to-transport profile, but getting a good fit is hard.
If you've got $180 and want one of the sleekest, most functional Xbox headsets on the market, the LucidSound LS35X is the way to go.