Video review of the newest bluetooth stereo headphones from Motorola.
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Google employee explains why Google Assistant in headphones is a big deal For messaging notifications, you also get the chance to reply, directly from the headphones by holding down the button. No having to say 'ok google' or have it transcribe a few extra second at the end. The 'push to talk' model is surprisingly nice on [...]
Fitbit announces Ionic smartwatch and Flyer headphones It's been known for some time that Fitbit was working hard on a smartwatch, and while delays had reportedly dragged out the launch, the time for waiting is now over. Today Fitbit officially announced the Ionic smartwatch, a wearable that's priced at [...]
Master & Dynamic MW60 Bluetooth wireless over-ear headphones These headphones feature the Bluetooth aptX codec which definitely makes a difference in sound quality. If your phone doesn't support aptX, of course you won't be getting the most out of them in wireless mode. Thankfully you can just grab the included [...]
Twelve South Fermata headphone charging stand review Unfortunately, a big inconvenience of using Bluetooth headphones is keeping them charged. You always have to keep an eye on battery level (thankfully this will be easier in Oreo, as a Bluetooth battery level indicator is now in AOSP) and make sure to [...]
The W800 Walkman, released in 2005 (2 August 2005 in the UK), was the first Sony Ericsson phone to use the Walkman brand. The phone features Bluetooth v1.2 (with full Bluetooth 2.0 compliance), Infrared and USB connectivity.
The W800 is very similar to the Sony Ericsson K750 but differs with regards to its media playback software and its cosmetic design changes. The major differences to the K750 are the included 512 MB Memory Stick PRO Duo, the introduction of the Flight mode function where all radio signals are switched off, and the stereo portable handsfree headset Sony Ericsson HPM-70, which features a 3.5 mm headphone jack, allowing the included headphones to be swapped for any other pair of headphones which has a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The Motorola ROKR E1...
@caseyliss You probably have your Bluetooth headphones sorted. But if you can find a pair of the now discontinued Motorola Rokr S305′s ❤️️
In the 1980’s US copier giant Xerox had difficulties competing with more innovative products coming from Japan. It’s well know Steve Jobs visited Xerox PARC where the company demonstrated at least 3 technologies that would form the bedrock for the entire modern computing industry – the mouse drive graphical user interface, object orientated programming and... Xerox had made a deal involving Apple stock and rather than build computers themselves, they wanted to license technology to other companies. ‘Inspired’ by what he had seen he decided to do a bit of copying himself and the result was the first consumer GUI complete with windows, icons, desktop, mouse cursor and drag and drop functionality.
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Comment on the forum Right now I am shocked at the lack of innovative product design coming out of the DSLR market lead by Canon and Nikon and the failure to respond to the growing threat of consumer smartphones. Canon’s response has been to ignore the shrinking consumer market by focusing on business to business technologies like security cameras and the pro video market with Cinema EOS. In the 1980’s US copier giant Xerox had difficulties competing with more innovative products coming from Japan. It’s well know Steve Jobs visited Xerox PARC where the company demonstrated at least 3 technologies that would form the bedrock for the entire modern computing industry – the mouse drive graphical user interface, object orientated programming and... The management at Xerox were so sales and marketing focussed that they completely underestimated the product potential of that amazing new technology developed at PARC.
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Motorola introduces MotoRokr S305 and Buds Wireless Stereo Headphones in Indian Market In a bid to expand its cover in the market, Motorola has come up with companion products MotoRokr S305 and Buds Wireless Stereo Headphone in India. Talking of Motorola Buds, it is basically a wireless stereo headphone offering a High definition audio ... [...]
Motorola Launches MotoRokr S305 and Buds Wireless Stereo Headphones in India Motorola on Wednesday expanded its smartphone music accessory portfolio in India with the launch of two new wireless stereo headphones - the MotoRokr S305 and Buds (Motorola 89588N). The company as of now has not revealed the pricing for the MotoRokr S305 ... [...]
Motorola Buds, MOTOROKR S305, DECK music accessories launched in India For those who prefer headphones that easily settle around ear, Motorola has them covered as well. The company announced MOTOROKR S305, a set of wireless stereo headphones that come with several buttons for music and call controls, as well as 30mm dynamic ... [...]
Motorola RAZR i comes with MOTOROKR headphones at Phones 4U September proved to be a busy month in the mobile space with the arrival of the iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, various Windows Phone 8 handsets and the LG Optimus G. Well now we can add to that Motorola’s latest offering, the new RAZR i. Although ... [...]
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Retromodo: Motorola ROKR E1 The Motorola ROKR E1 features a colour display for viewing album art, dual built-in stereo speakers and stereo headphones that also serve as a mobile headset with microphone. Music fans can randomly autofill or manually fill the mobile phone with playlists ... [...]
Editors' note: 10 years ago this week, Kent German reviewed the original iPhone. He stayed up all night to do it, and he had opinions -- lots of them. To commemorate the occasion, we partnered with Genius (you know, the people formerly known as RapGenius who make a cool annotation tool) to mark up our review with notes on what we got right, what we got wrong -- and just how much has changed in the decade since. Just click the yellow highlights to see Kent's notes and comment on his...
It scarcely seems possible now that Apple ever considered an iPhone based on a click-wheel iPod, but we actually got to see a surviving prototype earlier this year. Steve Jobs created competing teams to work on different approaches to an iPhone, and ‘father of the iPod’ Tony Fadell has spoken about this in a new interview …NordVPNWired asked him about the differing stories about the origins of the iPhone, and Fadell says this is because there were multiple projects – and more than just...
Now you LCD-it, now you don't? Sarah Tew/CNET All of next year's iPhones could adopt a new screen technology, according to Nikkei Asian Review, not just the most high-end model.(Brace yourself for a lot of "ifs.")That could be a departure from what we get later in 2017, when it's rumored that the iPhone 8, Apple's celebratory 10th-year anniversary effort, will ditch the LCD display and go with...
When Motorola came out with the Motorola Rokr S9 headset two years ago, stereo Bluetooth headsets were still fairly new, and the S9 gained popularity because of its sports-centric design. Now that more phones have stereo Bluetooth capability (including the iPhone 3G, thanks to its latest firmware update), Motorola is wise to keep hammering away at making new headsets, like the Motorola Rokr S9 HD. It has a similar design to the S9, but is equipped with higher fidelity sound for your...