No doubt about it, the latest trend in headphones is to make a stylish pair with a famous name attached to it. But when actual musicians get involved, the result is usually at least interesting.
The latest hip-hop beef has spilled into the world of technology. Rappers 50 Cent and Ludacris have traded their gats for cans and squared up in a war of headphones.
The legacy of Bob Marley has come together to launch a series of headphones with Rasta style and planet-friendly underpinnings.
At an off-site CES event, Sennheiser displayed a variety of headphones that will be available this year.
Sony gets stylish with two new over-the-ear headphones aimed at those with discerning taste and deep pockets.
At CES 2011, Sony launches its new Studio Monitor Series Headphones, a line that includes two durable in-ear models.
In what is becoming a new CES tradition, yet another rapper introduces his own pair of headphones. Make way for the Soul by Ludacris line.
If you're concerned about loud music damaging your ears, or your children's ears, dB Logic's sweet-sounding headphones are the ones to get.
The Justbeats by Dr Dre Solo headphones bring together a pop pipsqueak and hip-hop svengali in a duet literally no-one wanted. That's right -- we're talking Dr Dre and Justin Bieber.
Microsoft plans to show tablets again at the 2011 Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, Google wants to help you teach your parents how to cut and paste, and the R2-D2 headphones are perfect for the Jedi knight in your life.