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Apple AirPods may not arrive until January 2017 [Updated]

Apple AirPods may not arrive until January 2017 [Updated]

A little less than a week ago, we found out that Apple had delayed the launch of its wireless AirPods. The move to delay the AirPods was a little surprising, mostly because the announcement came right before they were scheduled to release. Now, it looks like we might be waiting a while for them to arrive, as new reports say they won't be launching until January 2017.

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Samsung unveils new mobile accessories including speakers and headphones

Samsung unveils new mobile accessories including speakers and headphones

Samsung has announced a new line of mobile accessories that includes six different items. The new accessories are currently available in South Korea and include wireless speakers, earphones, and charging accessories. All six of the items are designed with a premium look and with comfort and performance in mind.

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Sol Republic Amps Air wireless headphones charge your mobile on the go

Sol Republic Amps Air wireless headphones charge your mobile on the go

Sol Republic has unveiled a new set of wireless earphones that have a neat trick. Not only do the Amps Air wireless headphones come with a case with a 2200mAh internal battery to charge themselves on the go, that case can also be used to charge your smartphone away from an outlet. These headphones use Bluetooth tech to connect with your smartphone and promise robust sound.

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Jaybird X3 Wireless Sport Headphones won’t fall out with heavy activity

Jaybird X3 Wireless Sport Headphones won’t fall out with heavy activity

Jaybird has rolled out a new set of wireless earbuds aimed directly at the active users out there who want a headset that won't fall out of their ears no matter what they are doing. Jaybird thinks it has just what these users are looking for and it is called the Jaybird X3 Wireless Sport Headphones. The X3 headphones are sweat proof and use Bluetooth 4.1 for connectivity.

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Naim for Bentley unveils premium wireless speakers for the home

Naim for Bentley unveils premium wireless speakers for the home

Naim and Bentley have teamed up on a new line of luxury wireless premium speaker to bring audio to your entire home. The audio devices are called the Naim for Bentley Mu-so an Mu-so qb premium wireless speaker systems. Naim says that these speakers were inspired by 100 years of Bentley heritage.

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Logitech K780 Review: Why you want a multi-device wireless keyboard

Logitech K780 Review: Why you want a multi-device wireless keyboard

If you've ever suffered texter's thumb, you might have wished for a full-sized wireless keyboard for your smartphone. Logitech has just that in the shape of the K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard, and it goes beyond replacing the on-screen 'board too: it'll not only stand your iPhone and iPad up in its fancy, rubber-coated groove, but play nicely with your PC or Mac, too. One peripheral, three devices, and all for under eighty bucks.

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Sphero BB-8 Force Band Review : Star Wars’ top wearable

Sphero BB-8 Force Band Review : Star Wars’ top wearable

Sphero's Force Band for BB-8 is the best example of going above-and-beyond the call of duty I've ever seen in a Star Wars toy. And I've seen a lot of Star Wars toys. While there are some mightily impressive action figures out there - some with details so striking, I can barely tell model from real life - this Force Band for the BB-8 by Sphero amplifies the Star Wars magic already present in BB-8 by Sphero, a device we maintain is the Best Star Wars Toy Ever Made.

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Tile Mate is company’s smallest Bluetooth tracker yet

Tile Mate is company’s smallest Bluetooth tracker yet

Just when we thought that the recently launched Tile Slim was Tile’s most petite product, here it is just a month later to prove us wrong. The company was apparently also working behind the scenes on an even smaller Tile. Though not as slim as the Tile Slim, the Tile Mate is still smaller in size, 25% smaller than the first Tile. At a now substantially tinier size, the Tile Mate can be attached to anything and everything, making sure you won’t have to permanently lose anything anymore.

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One last (semi-secret) reason Apple bought Beats

One last (semi-secret) reason Apple bought Beats

Beyond the already-spoken reasons Apple bought Beats, it occurred to me just recently that there might've been a less obvious line of reasoning, one that had to do with the iPhone 7. On July 28th of 2016, NPD Group's Retail Tracking Service reported that, for the first time in the history of headphones, Bluetooth headphone revenue overtook non-Bluetooth. To see this coming many, many moons ahead of time, Apple may only have had to purchase the biggest brand in headphones.

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Pyle Street Blaster X is a 1,000 watt Bluetooth speaker

Pyle Street Blaster X is a 1,000 watt Bluetooth speaker

Pyle is back with an updated version of its Street Blaster speaker, the Street Blaster X. This new iteration looks similar in design, though with some notable digital and colorful upgrades. As with most speakers, it supports wireless streaming over Bluetooth as well as wired playback via a 3.5mm port. Unlike the Bluetooth speakers most of your friends have, though, this one is a little more robust: it offers 1,000 watts of power, making it the kind of speaker you'd roll out for a party.

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Oakley Radar Pace uses Intel tech to coach athletes in real-time

Oakley Radar Pace uses Intel tech to coach athletes in real-time

Oakley is one of the biggest names in sunglasses and it has teamed up with Intel on a new project aimed specifically at athletes. The new sunglasses are called the Radar Pace and have an integrated real-time voice activated coaching system inside. The Pace glasses create dynamic and personalized training programs, track performance, coaches in real time and responds to spoken questions from the user.

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Ultimate Ears PartyUp pairs 50+ speakers for group streaming

Ultimate Ears PartyUp pairs 50+ speakers for group streaming

Pairing two Bluetooth speakers for a stereo pair is tablestakes these days, so Ultimate Ears is cranking music to the next level with PartyUp, for more than 50 speakers in a single group. The new feature, being released today as a firmware update for some of the Logitech-owned company's most popular models, relies on some Bluetooth trickery and a revamped app to make managing large crowds of BOOM speakers straightforward.

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