The Wi-Gear iMuffs Wireless Headphones are a fine--though not the best--cord-free solution for iPod owners, but they fail as a cell phone headset.
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Although reports yesterday suggested Apple bought Bluetooth headset maker Wi-Gear, the company's CEO tells Barron's today that it did not, in fact, get acquired by Apple.
A report from 9to5 Mac cites unnamed source claiming Apple acquired Bluetooth headphone maker Wi-Gear as much as two months ago.
Google launches Instant Preview, a woman defends her legal right to trash-talk her boss on Facebook, and Ask.com calls it quits on search.
Dock your iPad in the Philips Fidelio DS8550 -- or if you can't bear to part with your fruit-flavoured tablet, it'll stream your music through the wireless magic of Bluetooth.
In titles we didn't use because they're not SEO-friendly, topics today include the fact that it's on like Brian Tong (tm), Jessica Simpson's tooth fur, gold does grow on trees, and tiny fists of rage. We interview RockMelt's CEO and ask him to explain that name, and we preview the latest TRON trailer MST3K style. Did we mention the tooth fur? Ew. --Molly
On today's show, a brief digression on the topic of McRibs and then back to the serious news of the Windows Phone 7 launch, Amazon doubling rev share for newspaper and magazine publishers, and broadband satellite service with real speeds. Also, our review of the first TV with Google TV inside, and the best looking iPhone game ever. --Molly