Hey, Google: Say it ain't so.
Behind Kanoa's slick promotional photos and videos, lofty promises to revolutionize music listening, and countless reassurances to customers, the warning signs were there - the startup was in trouble.
With the summer just about upon us, headphone season is in full force. If you're about to make a new purchase, don't get fooled with fancy marketing, colorful boxes or hype. Instead, consider these features when shopping ...
Apple is pitching the AirPods, its new wireless headphones, as "effortless" and "magical."
So Apple has taken the lead and announced that wired headphones are headed toward extinction (not really), but if wireless headphones are the future, I like where things are headed.
Apple says it needs "a little more time" before it starts selling the new wireless ear buds that are designed to work with its newest iPhones—the ones that don't come with a dedicated headphone jack.
It's been an interesting iPhone release season.
Apple's new iPhone 7 devices are no breakthroughs.
I'm not thrilled that Apple's decided to kill the headphone jack. The company's decision to exclude the venerable port from the iPhone 7 is likely to be a pain in the short term. It also has some worrying longer-term implications.
The venerable earphone jack looks destined for the same technological graveyard where the Walkman and the rotary telephone now lie after Apple nudged wireless audio closer to mass-market adoption.