As rumors of the next version of the iPhone point to Apple removing the standard 3.5mm headphone jack, we ponder how many people like to use wireless headsets compared to the old traditional wired headphones.
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Weekly Poll Question
- Current -While listening to music/podcasts from your phone, are you wired in or wireless? Cast your vote here
- Recent – How do you primarily charge your smartphone? Cast your vote here
Tip of the episode
OneDrive is an awesome way to publicly share sweet stuff. Great example is Nathan Carroll (@DNCarroll) shared a OneDrive link to 71 great background images which are perfectly sized for Windows Mobile/Phones. If you love outdoor and nature pics, grab these!
Main Discussion Topic
Wired, versus Wireless headphones
- Plantronics Backbeats (the old ones) and the current generation
- JayBird Bluebuds X, First Gen, Second Gen, Third Gen announced at CES
- Microsoft Livechat USB headphones with microphone
- App Picks
- Music Picks
- Podcast and/or other Picks
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