Recent Examples of earphone from the Web
After the crash, police found a cellphone in Michalak’s lap that was opened to a social media app and had earphones plugged in, prosecutors said.
Jeanette Perez couldn’t wait to get home and hide the toys her four kids ages 12, 7, 6 and 5-months had asked for, including Barbies, Panthers gear, earphones and infant learning toys.
There's new wireless earphone technology called pixel buds that pairs with Google Assistant to help with everything from directions to language translation, along with Google Home Mini (a smaller version of Google Home).
Also making the list are The Greatest Showman soundtrack starring Hugh Jackman, BeatsX earphones, and evergreen favorite Butter London nail polish.
Each visitor dons the VR mask and earphones for six and a half minutes, but the sense of terror lingers for hours.
For its posters, the pro-business Free Democratic Party invited celebrity photographer Olaf Heine to turn chairman Christian Lindner, 38, into something of a Hugo Boss model, complete with three-day beard, open shirt and, in one image, earphones.
For instance, the brand's Crossover Blazer ($325) includes an earphone channel that lets women thread their buds or bluetooth wire through their blazer sleeve.
Customers are shown that products such as 659-pound ($856) Sonos wireless soundbars and 139-pound Beats by Dr Dre wireless earphones can't be bought elsewhere for less.
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