There are a lot of wireless headphones with active noise-cancellation. We've rounded up the best of the best.
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Nothing's new Ear (2) wireless earbuds look exactly like the Ear (1), but they're better in basically every way.
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We break down the key differences between the two most popular wireless speakers that support Dolby Atmos.
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Apple sells three different Apple Watch models. We break down the key differences between all three.
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We put Sonos's new entry-level smart speaker against its predecessor in an intramural battle royale.
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Sonos now has two high-end standalone speakers. Here's why you might still want the more expensive one.
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Now that Sonos has officially announced the Era 100 and Era 300, we look at what other new products Sonos could release throughout the rest of 2023.
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There are more wireless earbuds than ever before that have active noise cancellation — but these are the best.
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We review the Bowers & Wilkins PI7 S2, the company's $400 noise-canceling wireless earbuds. Are they worth it?