If you want to listen to your music in mono there are couple of options available including software tweaks and headphone adapters, as Geoffrey Morrison explains.
If social makes things better, the Jawbone Up might be the tracker for you. It's easy for friends with the device to motivate you. But for "non-step" activities, you may need to do manual logging.
A lot of audiophiles believe headphones sound better after a few weeks of use than they do when they're brand-new.
If you are planning on purchasing a used MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air, then it is recommended you thoroughly test it to ensure it works properly.
The iHome NB639 headphones have a built-in chronograph, pedometer, and heart rate monitor.
Cut through the home audio marketing hype with this handy guide.
There are plenty of headphones out there--noise-canceling, in-ear, circumaural, etc...but if all you're looking for is an inexpensive, durable, all-around performer that won't isolate you from the outside world, we highly recommend the $89 Sennheiser PX 100-IIi headphones.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell live-blogs his full review of the Apple iPad 2, evaluating its design, features, and performance, and comparing it with other tablets.
What's an iPhone 4 user to do with his iPhone 3? Give it away, or hack it? Also: Jason answers audio questions, a bunch of networking puzzlers, and how bad signals can ruin a perfectly good HD TV.
The Monster Turbine Pro earphones offer a sleek and stylish design and plenty of deep, thumping bass. If you have money to burn, these are a nice choice.