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The wireless headphone war: Google and Amazon set to launch 'AirPod clones' to take on Apple

MailOnline Wednesday, 5 December 2018
The wireless headphone war: Google and Amazon set to launch 'AirPod clones' to take on AppleMany were taken by surprise by the huge success of the $159 Airpods - and they are about to spark a headphone war, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
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News video: Google, Amazon To Release AirPod Competitors In 2019

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The world is getting more wireless headphones. Apple and Jabra have both led the way with industry-leading products, the AirPods and Elite Active 65t, respectively. Digital Trends reports that Amazon and Google are now joining the competition. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, supply chain...

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