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Best Bluetooth headphones for iPhone and Apple Watch

Bluetooth headphones give you the freedom to enjoy music wirelessly, both on your iPhone and your Apple Watch.

Whether you're hitting the gym, heading out for a run, or just hate cords, there's a lot of reasons you might want Bluetooth wireless headphones. They come in over-ear, on-ear, and in-in varieties, just like regular headsets, and shopping for them can be overwhelming given the vast selection and range of price points. To help you choose, here are our favorite Bluetooth headphones for iPhone — and they're also great for use with the Apple Watch on the go!

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GE will launch an LED light bulb that will connect with Apple's HomeKit

General Electric will launch a color-changing LED light bulb that will support Apple's HomeKit home automation feature in iOS 8.

The bulb itself will use GE Align technology that is designed to change color for the promotion of better sleep patterns.

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The Reserve Strap wants to charge your Apple Watch through the diagnostic port

The third-party Reserve Strap is gunning for the not-so-secret port on your Apple Watch.

While originally intending to use inductive charging, third-party Apple Watch band Reserve Strap has been redesigned to utilize the hidden port inside one of the watch's strap grooves.

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Get this 2-pack of iPhone 6 Plus screen protectors today for only $4.95

Shield your iPhone 6 Plus's display from annoying fingerprints and scratches while preventing glare at the same time with these precision cut protectors from Ventev! Including two per package, these protectors are simple to apply and leave absolutely no sticky residue when removed.

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OWC Envoy Pro: Thumb-sized SSD packs desktop-class performance and capacity

If you want an external drive that's easy to carry, a new SSD option from OWC packs more capacity and more punch than you might expect.

We've previously written about the OWC Envoy Pro mini, a thumbdrive with desktop SSD performance. If you're curious about how it works, check out this review.

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These iPhone 6 Plus skin cases are on sale today for $4.95

The durable silicone of the Amzer skin absorbs any shock your iPhone 6 Plus may receive from any accidental drops or bumps, keeping it just like new. The smoothness provides a sure and lasting grip, minimizing slides on flat surfaces. Choose your favorite color and save 67%

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This iPhone 6 hard case and holster is only $8.95 today — that's 55% off!

Add texture and grip to your iPhone 6 using this durable hard case and holster combo from Azmer. The hard case features a built-in kickstand on the back for convenient viewing and the included holster can be rotated 180-degrees for optimal comfort. Take your pick of black or white

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Should you get a stylus for your Apple Watch?

No. You don't need a stylus for your Apple Watch.

Seriously, folks. I've had three different people email me to ask to do a roundup of the best styluses for Apple Watch since the device's launch, and all I can kind of do is shake my head.

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Save 47% today on Ventev 6ft Lightning to USB Charging Data Cables

Ventev's charging data cable provides 6 feet of convenient charging and syncing whenever you need it. The cable's flat design makes it easy to maneuver around obstacles and even easier to store away for traveling purposes. It supports a rapid 2.1A charging rate and comes in gray, blue and white for just $15.95 today!

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Logitech Keys-To-Go ultraportable keyboard

Keyboards haven't yet outlived their usefulness, and Logitech continues to make some of the best for adding a little something extra to your iPad.

Here we've got a quick look at the Logitech Keys-To-Go. It's a ridiculously thin keyboard for tablets. The one we have here is technically marketed for Android and Windows — it's got a telltale Windows key as well — but it'll work with iOS, too. (If you just have to have one sans Windows key, there's a more iOS-friendly one available, too.)

There are a couple ways to use this keyboard. The sexier of the two is to already have the tablet propped up somehow (perhaps with Logitech's own propper-upper), and then have the keyboard away from the display in a more comfortable manner. We'll call that "future mode." But given the resolution of tablets these days, you might want it closer. So there's a removable plastic clip that lets you stand the tablet up in the usual position right behind the keyboard.

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