JBL unveils their newest collection of headphones for every lifestyle

Find the sound that fits your style




JBL is a household name for a good reason — tried-and-tested in terms of sound quality. For more than 70 years, JBL has always been the go-to audio equipment in delivering good music that lifts up our mood. That being said, you’ve most likely heard the signature sound of JBL speakers in concert halls, cinemas, clubs, party venues and your friend’s home.

The company just showcased their latest offerings of true wireless headphones with active noise cancellation technology. With these, you can enjoy listening to your favorite songs the way you want. Whatever you do and wherever you are, there is a JBL true wireless headphones that fits you.

JBL Reflect Mini NC TWS

Keep the adrenaline for workouts by blasting tunes that pump you up. With an IPX7 waterproof rating, these pair of true wireless in-ear headphones will endure your toughest workout sessions.

JBL Endurance Peak II

As the name suggests, this can be your companion for intense workouts.

UA True Wireless Streak

Crafted for athletes pushing the limits, this pair of buds features Sport Flex Fit ear tips that provide comfortable and secure fit.

JBL Live 460NC

Adaptive Noise Cancelling technology helps you focus more on what you’re listening. This pair of headphones is perfect for content creators and digital creatives.


JBL Live 660NC

Multi-task while getting motivated with the 40mm drivers that pack a punch to get you in the zone.

JBL Live Pro+ TWS

For professionals with a fast-paced lifestyle, the Live Pro+ is a reliable tool that connects you to your world.

JBL Live Free NC+ TWS

A pair that you can bring anywhere without having to worry about the weather. Just grab it and go.


The JBL Tune 510BT, JBL Tune 660NC, JBL Tune 225 TWS and JBL Tune 115 TWC are suitable for students and hobbyists looking for true wireless headphones that would allow them to move freely in their own personal space.

Whether you’ll use for accomplishing tasks or you just want to shut out the world, there is a pair of JBL headphones perfect for you.

All models, except for the JBL Endurance Peak II, are expected to be available in all JBL stores by the second week of June, 2021.


Netflix is losing a lot of long-term subscribers

People are switching



The Netflix revolution was indeed televised. However, after enjoying years of success as the streaming platform of choice, a lot of users are now leaving Netflix for greener pastures. Over the past few months, the company has struggled to patch its failures. A recently released data report does confirm that the platform has a right to worry. More and more long-term subscribers are reportedly cutting their subscriptions short.

According to The Information, around 13 percent of Netflix cancelers in the past quarter are from accounts that have been with the platform for over three years. The data, which was reportedly obtained from Antenna, pegs cancelations at around 3.6 million Americans, a big increase from the 2.5 million of the past five quarters.

Though 13 percent isn’t exactly a giant figure, it’s still a blow to Netflix’s empire. While streaming platform rightly focus on gaining new subscribers, losing the loyalty of long-term users isn’t something to shrug off.

Since announcing lost expectations, Netflix announced ways to save on costs and retain its subscribers. Other methods include canceling projects, opening a games division, and potentially charging users more for account sharing. Naturally, not every plan hits users the same way.

In the meantime, other platforms — like Disney+, HBO, and Hulu — are attracting more users with more varied and exclusive content. Regardless, Netflix is skidding down a slope. Only time will tell whether its latest strategies will stave off more losses.

SEE ALSO: Netflix is experimenting with livestreaming content

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IFA 2022 gets greenlit for in-person event

A stunning return



The COVID-19 pandemic has rightly locked the tech industry into a standstill. It was vastly unsafe to congregate in groups for fear of contracting the virus. However, with vaccines and better healthcare, the world is slowly going back to normal. Events which were once canceled are now returning to the big stage. Joining that roster, IFA 2022 has now received the greenlight for an official event this year.

It’s been two years since the last IFA event. While 2020 was the height of the pandemic, the event’s organizers also canceled a return last year amid the resurgence of other variants. Now, all obstacles are gone.

IFA Berlin has officially confirmed that IFA 2022 will take place between September 2 through 6. Super-early-bird tickets are already available for EUR 35 if you happen to be in the area.

More importantly, the organizers are also confirming that two-thirds of the event’s exhibitors are going back to the event for presentations. Likewise, retail groups will make a return to Berlin.

Berlin isn’t the only major event making a return this year. Computex has also announced an in-person event this year between May 24 to 27. Likewise, MWC 2022 happened earlier this year, spotlighting major players in the industry.

SEE ALSO: GadgetMatch Awards: Best of IFA 2019

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Honor teases Honor 70 series launching soon

Two giant cameras



It’s flagship time! After some wait, Honor is unveiling its next flagship series by the end of the month. Ahead of the launch, the company also released some teaser images for the upcoming device. Dubbed the Honor 70 series, the new flagship aims to dazzle a sleek-looking rear and a behemoth of a camera setup.

At first glance, the most apparent aspect of the Honor 70 series is its two huge peepers. The phone’s rear seemingly has two camera modules placed beside each other. While the main lens is reportedly a 54-megapixel sensor, not much was revealed about the other shooters.

Also apparent is the diamond stylings of the rear panel. Likewise, the rear looks like it has curved edges for a handier grip. Honor is digging in deeper to develop a more premium look for its fans.

Unfortunately, the previews don’t spoil what the front panel looks like. The company wants to keep some secrets to itself before the launch on May 30.

Though the previews don’t reveal as much, the series will likely come in various models: a regular, a Pro, and a Pro+ variant. In other rumors, the series might also use a combination of different chipsets depending on variant: the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, the Dimensity 8100, and the Dimensity 9000.

With freeing itself from Huawei, Honor has pushed for a comeback. Its previous flagships and smartphones tell as much. Once the Honor 70 series launches on May 30, the Chinese company has the potential to wow more fans.

SEE ALSO: Honor 50 review: Comeback is real?

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