A music tech guru out of Austin, TX., has invented an extremely versatile device that's a cross somewhere between a theremin, synthesizer, and MIDI controller. The M!ltone lets the user create music, as well as controlling video, lights and sound effects.
Electronics can be expensive. Big brands and cutting edge specs come at a premium. What do you do if you can’t afford the price tag? You could always consider taking the refurbished route to secure yourself a decent discount.
Jabra's new wireless headphones are the latest to add heart rate monitoring to their arsenal, designed to integrate with the company's Jabra Sport Life app for Android and iOS to tailor your workout down to the last detail. But can they offer decent sound?
The soundtrack to your school year should NOT come from the cheap pair of 'buds that came with your phone. Whether you're trying to get your head in the game walking from one class to another, or looking to turn your dorm room into party central, this gear…
Blue Microphones, a relative newcomer to the world of microphone makers, makes its headphone debut with the Mo-Fi headphones, a full-size set of cans with a built-in analog amplifier that is meant to lift a heavy load from your device's shoulders
Swimming can be one of the least enjoyable activities of all time. Waterproof ear buds can elevate the enjoyment factor of your pool time. Our picks for the best waterproof ear buds will make missing a beat a thing of the past.
Zipbuds' latest creation is a new take on eliminating headphone cable tangling. The Slide use proprietary technology to merge and separate by sliding a small knob up and down along the top fork. The headphones are about halfway to their Kickstarter goal.
Google's expected YouTube music subscription service, now thought to be called YouTube Music Key, will reportedly cost $10 a month and bring offline playback of music videos and songs, with an audio-only option for background and screen-off listening.
Available now, Sony's "Album of the Day" app offers iPhone users discounted albums for download through iTunes. The app first launched in Germany back in March, though time will tell if it's successful in the U.S.