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Nokia Purity Pro by Monster

For smartphone owners who crave both active noise canceling and Bluetooth wireless audio, the Nokia Purity Pro by Monster is worth its steep price.

By February 8, 2013

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The Nokia Purity Pro by Monster offers ultra-advanced phone audio

At $349.99, the wireless and active noise cancelling Nokia Purity Pro headphones by Monster aren't cheap but are a smartphone audio lover's dream.

By February 7, 2013


Nokia Purity Pro ready to roll without wires (pictures)

The $349.99 Nokia Purity Pro Stereo Headset by Monster has a list of features longer than its name. It connects to phones via wireless Bluetooth, stamps out din with active noise canceling, and boasts NFC tech for fast pairing.

8 Images By February 7, 2013


How to hide Facebook's Trending Topics sidebar

Browser plug-in F.B. Purity lets you block this and other unwanted Facebook elements.

By October 31, 2014


Kickended: Where $0 failed Kickstarters go to die

Kickstarter projects that received not even a single dollar of love have been collected into an archive of futility that is equal parts sad and amusing.

By November 12, 2014


Buy a Nokia Lumia, get Purity HD headphones free

In the lead-up to its Windows Phone 8 announcement, Nokia is offering a free pair of Purity HD headphones with Lumia purchases in Australia.

By August 15, 2012


Nokia and Monster partnering for headset launch

The Finns are teaming up with Dr. Dre's favourite headphone brand to make an accessory line, starting with the Nokia Purity HD Headset.

By October 5, 2011


Biodiesel purity test

Paradigm Sensors' i-SPEC Q-100 measures biodiesel purity.

By February 5, 2008


An epitaph for the Web standard, XHTML 2

Although the failed effort may have been a work of "philosophical purity," it was overshadowed by HTML 5. Why are Web standards so darned hard to create?

By July 8, 2009


Open source is its own worst enemy

The Open Source Initiative is leading a charge for open-source purity that will end up hurting open source more than it helps it.

By April 2, 2009