For capturing pristine, realistic stereo audio to your iPod, the Blue Microphones Mikey offers the best bang for the buck.
The Yeti is one of the richest sounding, sonically flexible USB microphones money can buy, but its large size makes it inconvenient for portable applications.
At this price, you'll have a hard time finding a better-sounding, better-looking, or more easy-to-use microphone for your computer. Just don't expect the Blue Microphones Snowball to replace a studio's worth of recording gear.
The Eyeball Webcam is a cool-looking piece of gear for people who use VoIP or video chat services on-the-go, but there are better choices for the home.
The use of many wireless microphones and transmitters in Australia will be illegal from the start of 2015 thanks to a change in the frequency range.
The Philips AEA7100 Wireless Speaker and Microphone might be worth the bucks for hard-core karaoke fans, but $180 is a lot to ask for an accessory that takes a back seat to the free StarMaker karaoke app.
Sing Party does a competent job of letting you sing a bunch of songs and occasionally earn points doing so.
The microphone used in HTC's new phone adopts components invented by Nokia, claims the Finnish phone maker.
If you need to use an external microphone with your iPod voice recorder, look into the Belkin Universal Microphone Adapter.
In-ear headphones are prone to microphonics, the annoying rustling and thumping sounds caused by the cord. We'll show you a couple of ways to help reduce microphonics from your in-ear headphones.