126 Results for

tangles

Article

Science finds a way to stop your headphones -- and your DNA -- getting tangled

There are few things more annoying than having to unpick a tangled knot of headphones or cables, but scientists say they've found the answer.

By Jul. 2, 2014

Editors' Take

CordCruncher

Available in bright colors, CordCruncher earbuds pull, tug, and scrunch in a way that prevent themselves from knotting up.

Jan. 6, 2013

Article

Split earbuds do away with tangled cords, Bluetooth

The Split Kickstarter project combines compact earbuds with stand-alone audio players and an unusual method for keeping them in sync.

By Oct. 8, 2013

Article

Lego spill tangles up West Virginia highway

Better watch where you step. A tragic Lego disaster along a West Virginia highway results in a one-lane shutdown.

By Mar. 5, 2013

Article

Disney debuts storybook apps for Lion King, Tangled

These terrific interactive books for kids join a growing list of other terrific interactive books for kids. (Find half a dozen more below.)

By Feb. 29, 2012

Article

Applecore keeps your headphones tangle-free

For a mere two bucks, this colorful plastic spool gives your earbud cord a place to wrap up quickly and neatly. Nice little dad or grad gift!

By Apr. 25, 2011

Article

Zip-up earbuds aim to ease tangle woes

The unique Zipbud earphones from Digital Group Audio incorporate a zipper that makes up the Y-cable descending from the left and right earpieces.

By Nov. 11, 2010

Article

Magneat wire manager review: The end of tangled headphones?

A magnetic badge to end your woes of headphone tangling hell comes off as a little pointless for everyday use, but a boon for gym goers

By Mar. 12, 2010

Article

U.S., China help climate talks, but tangles remain

While some progress has been made ahead of next month's climate change talks, there will still be plenty of big tangles in Copenhagen, observers say.

By Nov. 26, 2009

Article

McCain tangled in flip-flop flap over wiretapping immunity

Republican says he hasn't changed his position on shielding telecommunications companies that illegally opened their networks to the Feds. But his statements suggest otherwise.

By Jun. 5, 2008