• Microsoft could challenge Apple's AirPods with wireless Surface earbuds

    2 monthes ago - By PC World

    A new challenger could be approaching Apple's iconic AirPods. Microsoft is developing a pair of Surface-branded wireless earbuds, according to Brad Sams' oft-reliable sources at Thurrott.com. Microsoft surprised the world by releasing the surprisingly good Surface Headphones last October. The sleek, premium-priced $350 headset features an intuitive control scheme and some wickedly good noise cancellation chops, courtesy of four active mics that keep tabs on the sounds around you. “Spin the noise cancellation dial on Microsoft's new cans, and the world fades away,” we wrote at the time. Of...
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  • Microsoft is making its own AirPod competitors, joining Amazon and others

    Microsoft is making its own AirPod competitors, joining Amazon and others

    2 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    Microsoft is reportedly hard at work developing its own true wireless headphone model to compete with top offerings from Apple, Samsung, and others. It's aiming to take on the AirPods and Galaxy buds with its own pair of portable in-ears.
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  • Microsoft to release Surface Buds to compete with Amazon and Apple

    Microsoft to release Surface Buds to compete with Amazon and Apple

    2 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    After launching the brand new Surface Headphones last year, Microsoft is reportedly working to bring a pair of Surface branded ear buds to the market sometime this year. Just days after it was reported that Amazon is developing Alexa powered ear buds, Thorott reports that Microsoft is set to toss its hat into the ring,...
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  • Microsoft could take on Apple's AirPods with wireless Surface earbuds

    Microsoft could take on Apple's AirPods with wireless Surface earbuds

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Microsoft is said to be developing a Surface-branded pair of wireless earbuds. According to Thurrott , the earbuds will likely include Cortana integration and noise cancellation, and it's possible that they'll come out by the end of the year.
    The Surface-branded earbuds would be meant to take on Apple's AirPods in the growing wireless earbuds space. So far, Apple is the only company to have struck the right balance between size, price, sound, and reliability. Other companies, like Jabra and Bose, have offered compelling alternatives to the AirPods, but nothing that's been quite as simple...
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  • Microsoft may respond to AirPods with its own smart earbuds

    2 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Microsoft's personal audio efforts might not stop with the Surface Headphones. Thurrott sources said that the company is developing a pair of Surface-branded earbuds codenamed Morrison (the Headphones, for context, were nicknamed Joplin). It's not...
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  • Microsoft is working on Surface earbuds to compete with Apple's AirPods

    Microsoft is working on Surface earbuds to compete with Apple's AirPods

    2 monthes ago - By Windows Central

    A new pair of Surface headphones may be on the way, this time in the form of wireless earbuds.
    According to a new report , Microsoft is working on another pair of headphones, this time designed to take on Apple's AirPods with wireless earbuds powered by Cortana. Dubbed "Surface Buds," these new earphones from Microsoft are much smaller than the Surface Headphones, making them much more ideal for travel.
    Codenamed Morrison, something we can confirm via our own sources, these new earbuds will likely feature Cortana integration and noise cancellation, just like the Surface Headphones do. I've...
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  • Microsoft Surface Buds could see Cortana challenge AirPods

    Microsoft Surface Buds could see Cortana challenge AirPods

    2 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Microsoft is reportedly preparing to take on Apple's AirPods with some smart wireless earbuds of its own, joining the line-up alongside the Surface Headphones. If the earbuds make it to market, it would mean further validation for the audio-focused wearable space, where virtual assistants communicate via voice interactions rather than showing data with displays. In this case, of course, the...
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