Review: Sennheiser Urbanite on-ear headphones

A sonic fashion statement.


Monster’s iSport Freedom Bluetooth headphones help you cut the cord while working out

Monster is expanding their iSport line of headphones with the iSport Freedom. These are Monster’s first-ever on-ear wireless sport headphones. That’s right, they’re Bluetooth headphones powered by Pure Monster Sound. They can handle everything from playing your music with extreme clarity, tight articulation, and deep pounding bass to taking phone calls, and they’re durable and water-resistant enough to keep up with you through your workouts.

I-MEGO Walker Junior noise-canceling headphones review

As a frequent flyer and daily commuter, I’m the perfect candidate for noise-canceling headphones. So, you can imagine my joy when the I-MEGO Walker Junior noise canceling found their way to my cubicle. I have to admit, I’ve felt left out around my office since all my coworkers sport cool headphones, but I think with these bad boys decorating my ears I’ll be inducted into the cool headphones club.

BOOM Movement Spooners headphones review

Want to take your tunes outside with you, but don’t feel like sharing? While BOOM’s excellent Urchin speaker provides water- and shock-resistant music for groups, their Spooners headphones let you keep the party solo while still shaking off dust, water, and a pretty bruising amount of abuse.

Apple airs new iPod line commercial

As they get ready to launch their new iPod product line in retail stores nationwide, Apple has released a new TV commercial for the new iPod touch, nano and shuffle models. This new TV commercial highlights Apple’s new products and their fun, colorful side.

iFixit examines Apple’s new EarPods

The experts at iFixit got their hands on the new EarPods from Apple and took them apart to examine the internal contents. They found some exciting discoveries that show Apple took great steps to improve the technology over that of their predecessors.

Phiaton Primal Series PS210 earphones review

Phiaton’s Primal Series headphones take the company’s signature half-in-ear earphone design to a new level of comfort and musical precision (though the unwieldy name is still a challenge). With long-lasting comfort and impressive sound reproduction, these are a real winner in the sub-$100 earphone market.


Apple iPhone 5 Media Event live blog

Apple has been highlighting features of the forthcoming iOS 6 for many months now, and on September 12th, we’ll finally see some features of the newest device to run it. The iPhone 5 will be unveiled at 10:00 am PT (1:00 ET) at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, and Appletell will be running a live blog of the event.

iPhone 5 rumor roundup for September 12th Apple press event

On September 12th Apple will finally unveil the iPhone 5. It seems there have been more rumors circling this event than in the past, and we’ve tried to sift through the lot to report on those that seemed the most credible, or at least the most interesting. More will certainly surface between now and Wednesday, but here’s your chance to catch up before then.

Target’s pre-Black Friday deals on Apple devices and accessories

Black Friday is rapidly approaching, but you don’t have to wait for the deals to roll around. You need go no further than the local Target for evidence of that, as company has already started offering incentives to give them your hard-earned cash in exchange for some of the best Apple products. You can get deals on the iPod touch and iPod shuffle, along with some of the cooler iOS device accessories.

Remembering 10 years of Apple’s iPod

With over 300 million units sold to date, it is no secret the iPod has become a major success in the portable music player industry. In honor of 10 years that the iPod has been around in its many forms—from the iPod Mini to the iPod Nano and iPod touch—Most Wanted has put together aniPod infographic to show just how far the iPod has come.


Apple removes click wheel iPod games from the iTunes Store

Adding weight to the rumors that Apple is planning to discontinue the iPod Classic and Shuffle models, the company has removed click wheel iPod games from the iTunes Store. Click wheel iPods haven’t seen a new game since February of 2009 when Apple stopped supporting development to focus strictly on iOS. The click wheel games, however, remained in the iTunes Store until recently when they were pulled (there is no word on when exactly that happened, though).