Let’s face it, we rely on the AI’s on our phones to do all kinds of things for us. Lucky for us, Google and Siri are available for use on your wireless earbuds and headphones. That being said, these automated assistants can help you out even when you’re just using headphones or earbuds!
It’s hard to believe we’re already getting close to the end of 2019. It seems only yesterday the year had just begun, with everyone looking forward to months full of new game releases and updates to enjoy. 2019 definitely did not disappoint with an awe-inspiring array of high-quality gaming experiences released throughout the year.
It happens to all of us. It gets to be October 30th, and we realize we haven’t gotten the Halloween costume we wanted. Luckily, the Internet is full of last-minute DIY Halloween costumes. For those of us that have wireless earbuds or headphones, there are creative ways to use those for your costume, too.
That little battery icon at the top right corner of your phone can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depending on what your battery percentage is. Charging your phone every night is a habit for most of us, but what about charging your wireless earbuds?
At first glance, the term “powered speakers” might seem redundant. Don’t all speakers need to be powered by something? Well, yes, they do. So what makes powered speakers different from your average stereo speakers? In this deep dive, we’ve explained everything you need to know about powered stereo speakers. You’ll learn the best use cases for these self-contained marvels, the pros, and cons of powered speakers vs. passive, and much more.