Bose makes some of the most comfortable and best sounding headphones on the market. As of late, the company has exploded due to the popularity of their ANC headphones, so you might want to get in on this action.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ were the first flagship smartphones from Samsung that completely ditched the 3.5mm audio jack, leaving users to either deal with the USB-C earbuds in the box or look for alternative options.
Bluetooth headphones are everywhere and they never have wires that get in the way when you're dancing around to your favourite tunes. Whether you want the best possible option out there or a pair of budget buds we've got you covered. We've rounded up the best ones you can buy in 2019.
In-ear headphones aren't for all people and situations, with over-ear cans offering much in the way of comfort, richer sound and top drawer noise cancellation. Here we round up Mobile Nations' finest headphone wearers to share what they're using and why.
As the world continues to move on from wired audio to wireless audio, users are scrambling to replace their speakers and headphones. Fortunately, Black Friday is a fantastic time to grab a Bluetooth speaker.
Both Apple and Sony released major updates to their wireless earbud lines. For Apple, that’s making AirPods Pro and for Sony, they introduced the Sony WF-1000XM3, the company’s first true wireless earbud.
The Bose QC35 IIs are one of the most popular travel headphones on the market. They’ve been known to be the the best when it comes to portability and comfort. The new Bose Noise Canceling 700s are naturally the successor to the QC35 IIs.
The new Bose Noise Canceling 700 is a nice improvement over the Bose QC35 II. However, the Sony WH1000XM3 is leaps and bounds ahead of its predecessor. The competition is fierce and the market is saturated.
The Momentum True Wireless 2 are probably the best sounding true wireless earbuds on the market, by a big margin. While the Surface Earbuds don’t match the sound of the Momentum TW, they’re still probably the better pick for most people.
Active noise-cancelation (ANC) notoriously destroys sound quality due to how the tech works behind the scenes. For some, that benefit outweighs the cost. But others might want great sound quality on the go, even if that means you may hear some external noise around you.