8 Results for

jamz

Review

Monster Mobile Jamz High Performance

Aside from a few complaints about the included eartips and the ControlTalk design, we recommend the Monster Mobile Jamz with ControlTalk in-ear headphones to mobile music lovers, casual listeners, and anyone looking to block out ambient noise with balanced, consistent sound.

4 November 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating 4 November 2010

Pricing not available

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Monster Jamz In-Ear Headphones

The Monster Jamz In-Ear Headphones feature bomb-proof build quality and a super-sweet sound that pounds any competitor under AU$200 into the ground.

26 July 2010

4.5 stars Editors' rating 26 July 2010

Typical price: $139.00

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The 404 721: Where we get black and blue with Steve Guttenberg (podcast)

CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg joins us today to discuss the Back to the Future video game trailer, Steve's celebrity encounters, 3D surround sound, and more headphone advice for Wilson!

By 4 December 2010

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CNET UK Podcast 202: Why all the fuss over the iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab?

In this week's podcast, Ian and Flora discuss the global tablet craze and a week's worth of news. There are also two competitions to enter.

By 11 September 2010

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Facebook fights new Koobface worm, another rogue app

Yet another rogue app spreads on Facebook, as does new variant of Koobface worm that tricks users by including the name and photo of an intended victim's Facebook friend.

By 3 March 2009

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New exploit targets IE 7 hole patched last week

Windows users are being urged to get the latest Microsoft security update or risk getting attacked via a hole in IE 7 that can be exploited to install a backdoor.

By 18 February 2009

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Webware Radar: TripAdvisor adds new restaurant features

Also: Slacker Radio has added new Valentine's Day radio stations; XLR8 Mobile is now Dijit; Oodle has raised $5.6 million in funding; and Enquisite raises $8 million in funding.

By 11 February 2009

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'Obama worm' probably a student prank, experts say

Worm that spreads via USB drives and network shares and only displays picture of president on Mondays appears to be more of a nuisance than a real threat, security watchers say.

By 30 January 2009