• Whoa, the JBL Reflect Aware C Earbuds are Finally on Sale for $199

    Whoa, the JBL Reflect Aware C Earbuds are Finally on Sale for $199

    The JBL Reflect Aware C earbuds, the ones that have been listed on HTC’s website since the launch of the HTC 10, are finally available for purchase.As for specs, listed for these earbuds are 14.
  • LG V20 Will Bring That Quad DAC Heat, a First for a Smartphone

    LG V20 Will Bring That Quad DAC Heat, a First for a Smartphone

    One of the items that really stood out to audiophiles in the building was the 32-bit Hi-Fi DAC included in the phone.While I will never claim to be a serious audio person, just do a quick Google search for “LG V10 audio” and you know that this phone is a serious player in the audio department.
  • Pioneer Solves iPhone 7 Charging While Listening to Music Problem

    Pioneer Solves iPhone 7 Charging While Listening to Music Problem

    One of the big issues that owners encounter when using an iPhone 7 is how to charge it while listening to music or chatting.Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus only have one Lightning port, so Pioneer went ahead and integrated a second one into the cable of its new Rayz Plus earphones.
  • Be careful! More and more apps are silently listening to you

    Be careful! More and more apps are silently listening to you

    The team looked for apps with SilverPush’s code inside, along with code from other companies offering similar services such as Lisnr and Shopkick.It discovered SilverPush technology inside 234 Android applications, all of which listen for ultrasonic audio clips embedded in audio from a television, and do so without your knowledge.
  • Keylogger Discovered in HP Audio Driver

    Keylogger Discovered in HP Audio Driver

    If either is, you have an active keylogger recording all key presses and need to take action by renaming the executable file.A keylogger was discovered running on HP computers that isn't malicious and the company isn't doing anything about it yet.
  • MP3 Format Dead, But Not Gone

    MP3 Format Dead, But Not Gone

    A German foundation that owns the patent for the MP3 audio file format recently announced that it would stop licensing it, which is about as close as it gets to an official death warrant in the tech world.But obsolescence is a slow disease, and the MP3 will live on for some time.