Tag Archive: Buds


Charging your Galaxy Buds with your Galaxy S10 is a breeze

The Galaxy S10 (and the S10+ and S10e) has a really interesting feature: the ability to reverse wireless charge other device. And it’s perfectly timed for the launch of the Galaxy Buds wireless earbuds, which have a case that charges wirelessly. That makes them a great pair: you can charge your Galaxy Buds case just by setting it on your Galaxy S10; no cables required. Here’s how you do it.

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Should you buy the Galaxy Buds for your Galaxy S10?

Best answer: Yes. The Galaxy Buds perfectly complement the Galaxy S10 experience. They sound great, provide a comfortable fit, and come with a carrying case that’s portable. Best of all, you can easily charge the earbuds by placing the case on the back of the S10.

Samsung: Samsung Galaxy Buds ($ 130) Amazon: Samsung Galaxy S10 ($ 900) The Galaxy Buds are Samsung’s answer to AirPods

The Galaxy Buds take the same broad design as last year’s  [Read More…]

Samsung debuts Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Buds

Samsung on Wednesday announced a number of new phones as part of its annual spring Unpacked event around Mobile World Congress. Indeed, its Galaxy S10 line is official and coming to carriers around the globe in the coming weeks. Also among the new products are three new wearables.

The Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit, and Galaxy Buds are the perfect compliment to the flagship phone line but will work with any other smartphones, too. But, in order to get the best  [Read More…]

Huge Samsung leak reveals Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Fit, and Galaxy Watch Active

An update to the Galaxy Wearable app for Android gives us an early look at Samsung’s upcoming wearables.

Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy S10 series at an event in San Francisco next week, and it looks like we’ll also see a slew of wearables make their debut alongside the phones. An update rolled out to the Galaxy Wearable app for Android inadvertently displayed several unreleased products, including the Galaxy Watch Active, the Galaxy Fit  [Read More…]

Jabra Elite 65t long-term review: My best buds

If you want great truly wireless earbuds that aren’t AirPods, your wait is over.

To say the AirPods were the first truly wireless earbuds would be a lie, but they’re the ones that put the category on the map. Since then, nearly every headphone maker has tried its hand at outdoing the market leader.

It took a couple years, but we’re finally reached that moment. In early 2018, Jabra released the Elite 65t truly wireless headphones, and  [Read More…]

Rowkin Bit Charge Touch + Micro Touch review: Bullet-sized wireless buds

Both models offer features and performance rivaling more expensive options, but battery life isn’t great.

For under $ 100, Rowkin offers two different options in the smallest true wireless earbuds you can find, but you should account for the fact slimmer frames forced some things to be cut down for size.

A bullet to the ear usually isn’t the way to go, but it’s fine when good audio passes through your ears instead. True wireless earbuds are  [Read More…]

IFROGZ’s new Second Hub Sync buds double as a wireless receiver

Audio accessory specialist IFROGZ launched this week the new Sound Hub wireless earbud family which includes the Sync, XD2, Tone and Plugz.  Each of the new earbud pairs come with IPX-2 rating for water resistance and a warranty.

The accessories are already available for purchase from the official IFROGZ website and other select retailers. So let’s see what they offer:

Second Hub Sync

Price: $ 49.99

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Google Pixel Buds: Everything you need to know!

Can these Bluetooth earbuds really be worth $ 159?

Google’s Pixel Buds were one of the under-the-radar announcements back at Google’s late-2017 launch event. With the Pixel 2, Pixelbook, Home Mini, Home Max and new services, a pair of Bluetooth earbuds kind of got lost in the shuffle. But with so many Android phones dropping the headphone jack, people are looking for a good pair of high-end Bluetooth headphones more often than ever — and now Google’s  [Read More…]

Google Pixel Buds review: Wireless, but still encumbered

Are these Buds for you?

Google’s Pixel Buds headphones were launched alongside the Pixel 2 and a whole bunch of other products back at the end of 2017, and they have easily been the worst-received and least-hyped Google hardware product since. (Though Google Clips may disagree.) With the Pixel 2 lacking a headphone jack it only made sense for Google to make its own Bluetooth headphones — but it also added a bunch of advanced features with  [Read More…]

Google’s Pixel Buds gain new gesture controls

Google is rolling new gesture controls for its Pixel Buds. The new tricks will be available to all users by early next week.

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