A speaker has been created for all your mobile music devices by taking the best from two worlds: universal connectivity from Jabra, and world-class acoustics by Klipsch. It has been designed for music lovers who store music on a variety of devices and to provide high quality of sound regardless of the source.
The global No. 1 headset provider, Jabra, whose years of telecommunications excellence turned it into an award-winning electronics brand, naturally collaborated with the Klipsch Audio technologies to create this innovative wonder we know as the Jabra S5010 Klipsch Stereo Speaker.
It is true that for the greater half of this decade, iPods have been one of the best-performing and most sought-after media devices world-wide. It boasts of a minimalist design, which makes for superb ease-of-use and simplicity. However, as the competition thickened between portable media devices, newer iPods, including the redesigned Nano, began to lose some steam. The competition was catching up and the iPod’s basic design was getting stale. Fortunately, with the coming of the Apple iPod Touch 32 GB media device, the iPod brand is ready to storm the market once again. Get ready for the brand new iPod experience and see why everyone is so excited about it.
The world’s biggest music companies, including Warner Music Group Corp and Sony BMG, denied that they have agreed to license songs for a free download service that was launched by Qtrax on Monday. Qtrax told Reuters and other media outlets last week that it had deals with the major labels representing about 75 percent of all music sales, to let users download songs for free in a new service to be supported by advertising revenue.
While sales of digital music is on the rise, the music industry overall is experiencing a slowdown. Consumers are losing interest in compact discs (when was the last time you bought a CD?) and balking at paying for the digital alternatives (downloading it for free is faster and easier!), the music industry is looking for new allies, including Internet service providers, lawmakers â€” even karaoke bars.