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Stay on a budget with these noise canceling headphones that cost under $100

If you want to get the most out of your favorite music or podcast, noise-canceling headphones are the way to go. They block out ambient noise around you, making it easy to focus on what’s playing — something that’s especially useful when flying, working at a coffee shop, or just being out in public. We’ve rounded up six of the best ones you can get for less than $ 100, including the Soundcore Life Q20 as our top  [Read More…]

Thanks to Cyber Monday, you can get noise canceling headphones under $100

Here at AC, just about all of us have a pair of active noise canceling headphones that we swear by. If you do a lot of airplane travel, frequently work at busy coffee shops, or have lovely (and noisey) kids, a good pair of noise canceling headphones can allow you to enjoy your favorite music and podcasts while blocking out all of the extra chatter around you.

It’s easy to spend a lot of money on noise canceling headphones, but  [Read More…]

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 vs. Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700

Both the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 and Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are solid headphones with great ANC and sound.

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3

Feature packed

$ 399 at Amazon

Pros Excellent sound quality Superb ANC performance Great comfort USB-C charging Convenience features Cons Battery life could be better

The Momentum Wireless 3 from Sennheiser has a lot going for it. It offers really great ANC performance, comfort, and sound quality.

Bose Noise Canceling Headphones  [Read More…]

Here’s why I’m canceling my Stadia Founder’s Edition pre-order

Maybe I’ll try out Stadia down the road, but right now, I’m OK missing out.

Six months ago, right as Google’s Stadia announcement wrapped up, I pre-ordered the $ 129 Founder’s Edition as soon as I could. Stadia’s concept of allowing you to play AAA-quality console games on virtually any screen still sounds like a pipe dream, but that’s precisely what Stadia is promising.

Google quickly received a lot of criticism for Stadia as soon as it  [Read More…]

How the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 and Jabra Elite 85h compare

This is the battle of the newcomers. Bose is coming in hot with its successor to the Bose QC35 IIs, the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700, but how does it compare with the Jabra Elite 85h, another pair of active noise-canceling headphones?

Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700

Modern classic

$ 400 at Bose

Pros Premium build Sound quality Touch controls Comfort Can charge and listen simultaneously Cons Non-foldable design Bulkier/heavier design

Bose’s QC35 IIs were  [Read More…]

How do new Bose Noise Canceling headphones 700 compare to Sony WH1000XM3?

The competition is fierce when it comes to the active noise-canceling headphones market. When it comes to Sony’s WH1000XM3 or Bose’s new Noise Canceling headphones 700, you’re getting some of the best headphones out there.

Sony WH1000XM3

Current ANC King

$ 348 at Amazon

Pros High-quality Bluetooth audio codecs Foldable design Great active noise-canceling Longer reported battery life than 700s Cons Bass-heavy sound signature Plastic design Can’t charge and listen at the same time

The  [Read More…]

Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 vs Bose QC35 II: Which should you buy?

The Bose QC35 and its successors the QC 35 IIs have been insanely popular headphones for travel over the past several years. Ever since its release, users have been wondering when a revised model would come out. With the release of the Boise Noise Canceling 700, it looks like Bose has finally fulfilled that void.

Bose Noise Canceling 700

Modern Bose ANC headphones

$ 400 at Amazon

Pros USB-C for charging Touch controls 11 step noise  [Read More…]

Samsung will start canceling Galaxy Fold pre-orders on May 31

Customers need to confirm their pre-order to avoid cancelation.

The launch of Galaxy Fold from Samsung, which was supposed to redefine what a mobile device is, has been quite the roller coaster so far. It started out with mostly positive impressions and sold out in a matter of hours.

Then, it took a turn as devices sent out for review began to fail one after the other. Eventually resulting in Samsung having to do a full recall  [Read More…]

YouTube is canceling its high-end original programming

Shifting the focus back to free content.

When YouTube Red debuted in 2015, one of the big pushes of the program was premium, original content to compete with the likes of Netflix and Hulu. According to a new report from Bloomberg, YouTube’s now shifting its focus away from that strategy.

Per Bloomberg:

YouTube has canceled plans for high-end dramas and comedies, people with knowledge of the matter said, a pullback from its grand ambitions for a paid  [Read More…]

Canceling YouTube TV? These are some great alternatives

If it’s time to get rid of Google’s live TV service, you’ve got a number of options.

There’s a lot to love about YouTube TV. The simple single plan. The multiple accounts that you can share with your family. The unlimited DVR.

But YouTube TV also doesn’t have as many channels as some of the other services. And if it doesn’t have something you’ve decided you just have to have, then it’s time to cancel YouTube TV.

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