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[gallery] We recently revealed that Beats is parting ways with Monster, its headphone manufacturing partner. It looks like it had better get another company on board soon, as Philips wants to muzzle in on the trend for audio EQ software. Read more
January 13th, 2012
beats-partner
After forming a partnership that’s garnered huge popularity and sales figures, headphone makers Monster and Dr Dre’s Beats brand are to go their separate ways. The end of the contract opens the door to a new partner, but who? Read more
January 10th, 2012
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Bang & Olufsen has outed the Beolit 12 - a compact speaker system branded under the newly formed B&O PLAY set of products. It’s got Apple’s AirPlay on the spec sheet, but it doesn’t come cheap. Read more
December 20th, 2011
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ford-music-box
It's not quite so easy to stay up to date with cars as it is with flagship phones, so we imagine that like us, there's more than a few of you out there driving around without a USB input or even a CD player. Here's an ideal late Christmas present for you: Ford's upcoming USB Music box, which brings iPod powers back to motors all the way from 2003. Read more
techiebrekkie
Morning! It’s the last working week before Christmas; we’re almost home for a few days of Turkey and port. To help make the time go a little bit quicker, how about we guide you through the tech news happenings that you might have missed? Read more
December 19th, 2011
ipod-watch
Sources close to Apple have revealed that the company is looking into making the iPod wearable in the near future, reveals the New York Times' Nick Bilton. Read more
December 15th, 2011
hiwave
We don’t often write about speakers on ElectricPig because, frankly, they’re much of a muchness. The HiWave Bluetooth wireless speaker is the exception, thanks to a pretty revolutionary power-friendly tech. Read more
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[gallery] It seems that iTunes Match is available in the UK. Or is it? We’re not entirely sure, and nor is iTunes. We’ve had confirmed reports of the service going live for some users, only to not actually work. Read more
 

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