Galaxy Buds Pro review: Samsung’s best earbuds yet

When the rumors began to swirl about Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live, the promise of active noise cancellation (ANC) led me to believe the company was finally addressing a key omission from its lineup. However, those earbuds would ultimately offer an “ope...

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro offer ANC, 360 audio and more for $200

After multiple leaks, the only thing left for Samsung’s new earbuds was an official reveal. During today’s Galaxy Unpacked event, the company debuted the latest entry in the Galaxy Buds line alongside its Galaxy S21 phones. The Galaxy Buds Pro ($200)...

Two years in, Sony wants to bring 360 Reality Audio to the masses

At CES 2019, Sony had a glass room in its massive trade show booth. In the middle of the space was a small table with a single speaker resting on top. At first glance, I could tell the device had multiple drivers, as three were clearly visible from t...

Anker takes on the AirPods Pro with the $130 Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro

Anker has a solid track record for affordable true wireless earbuds with its Soundcore brand. The company already has dozens of options to choose from, including various designs ranging from AirPod-like stick buds to over-the-ear hooks. And, of cours...

Lenovo’s new gaming laptops have 16:10 displays for non-gaming moments

Lenovo still isn’t done releasing new laptops at CES, and this time it’s turning its attention to gamers. The PC maker has unveiled a spate of updated Legion gaming laptops that make use of the latest hardware and make some welcome display improvemen...

JBL’s latest earbuds and headphones pack ‘smart’ noise cancelling

JBL is rolling out a veritable deluge of earbuds and headphones ahead of CES — and many of them will be helpful for both tuning out the world and bringing it in. The AirPods-like Live Pro+ (pictured above), fitness-oriented Live Free NC+, sporty Refl...

Earin’s A-3 true wireless earbuds have an open design with no ear tips

CES is typically a time when several companies unveil new true wireless earbuds, but Earin isn’t waiting until next week. Today, the company revealed the A-3: its third-gen true wireless model that features an open design without an ear tip. Several...

Hand Shaped ‘Sign of the Horns’ Headphone and Accessory Holders: Rock On!

Created by Luckies of London Ltd. for those who enjoy rocking out but still respecting their roommate’s quiet-time hours, these are the Rock On headphone and accessory holders, shaped like a hand making the classic ‘sign of the horns’ hand gesture. Sweet, now let’s head-bang to some Black Sabbath!

Available in a 7″ x 3.5″ x 2.4″ mini version ($18, affiliate link) as well as an 11″ x 5.4″ x 3.6″ inch regular size edition ($25, affiliate link), they’re the perfect stands for holding your headphones, earbuds, charging wires (with finger grooves to aid wire wrapping), watches, keys, you name it! Unless you named 55″ television, in which case what’s wrong with you?

As far as novelty accessory holders go, I’m into it. This would look great next to my record player and album collection with some candles burning. Still, I don’t know who needs to hear this, and honestly, it’s probably me, but as tempting as it might in the heat of the moment, this is not an adult toy.