The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Bose says Beats' Studio and Studio Wireless headphones, soon to be owned by Apple, copy five of its patents.
A company called Noise Free says it showcased to Apple its noise-canceling technology, and then the iPhone maker responded by using it for its own good.
Researchers have found a rather elegant way to improve data speeds on existing fiber technology, according to the BBC.
Audience CEO Peter Santos tells Reuters that that the company came to the realization as it examined the "normal course of business."
Creative's new HN-900 headphones are a third the price of Bose's Quiet Comfort 15s.
Apple's founder was as powerful a force -- and just as cool -- as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, says Beats Electronics father and newly minted Apple executive Jimmy Iovine.
In a series of patent applications, Apple has outlined how it plans to combat noisy environments by using voice recognition to activate and control noise-cancellation technologies.
Cypher promises its voice isolating software will elevate call quality, whether you're a caller in a noisy restaurant or a soldier on the battlefield.
At $129.95, the SoundLink Color is Bose's least expensive portable Bluetooth speaker to date and the $249.95 SoundLink On-Ear is the first on-ear Bluetooth headphone from Bose.
That's a full $100 off the regular price of Republic's custom Moto X. And service plans still start at just $5.