Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. The Gadget Flow Daily Digest highlights and explores the latest intech trends to keep you informed. Want it straight to your inbox?Subscribe ➜ For staying in touch with colleagues and management on the regular, you’ll want to look into earbuds or headphones with quite a few hours of battery life, like these true wireless earbuds with four mics. Or, if your work involves presenting big ideas to your clients, these headphones can give your voice that professional quality. No matter which service your company uses to stay in touch, we have some pretty cool and practical suggestions to help you sound your best.UGREEN Hi Tune Wireless EarbudsFirst up on our list of great earbuds and headphones for work in 2020 are the UGREEN Hi Tune Wireless Earbuds. These affordable earbuds give you 27 hours of total audio with their charging case. What’s more, the built-in MEMS microphones enhance your voice, and the Qualcomm ACC3020 chip gives you a stable connection.Marshall Major IV Iconic HeadphonesThe Marshall Major IV Iconic Headphones are on this list of headphones and earbuds for work because they offer 80 hours of listening. The multi-directional control knob makes it easy to answer, end, or reject a call.– Advertisement – Marshall Major IV iconic headphones in a user’s handsSony WF-1000XM3 Wireless Noise-Canceling HeadphonesThe Sony WF-1000XM3 Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones feature ANC to block out all the background noise. They also have a battery life of up to 24 hours and deliver clearer voice quality. Plus, you can take calls using one or both of the earbuds. Sony WF-1000XM3 wireless noise-canceling headphones in use Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700The Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700 provides augmented reality technology but they’ll also give you access to voice assistance quickly. They also provide clear calls, even when you’re in a crowded place. With 11 options for noise cancellation, they let you pretty much choose what you want to hear. Jabra Elite Active 75t wireless earbuds with workout equipment Devialet Gemini Wireless EarbudsThe Devialet Gemini Wireless Earbuds are a stylish pair of earbuds and come with three ANC levels, letting you adjust the sound depending on your surroundings. These earbuds last eight hours on a single charge and support Qi wireless charging and USB-C.Devialet Gemini Wireless Earbuds in a person’s earSnapods TWS MagSafe EarbudsThe Snapods TWS MagSafe Earbuds are excellent earbuds for remote work in 2020. Thanks to their MagSafe technology, they’re hard to misplace since they connect to the back of any smartphone. They also offer impressive sound and 45 hours of total battery, which is great for any Slack call.Sennheiser MOMENTUM Wireless Modern HeadphonesThe Sennheiser MOMENTUM Wireless Modern Headphones give you studio-quality audio along with practical features. You’ll enjoy 17 hours of battery life as well as integration with your phone’s voice assistant.Sennheiser MOMENTUM wireless modern headphones on a womanLG Tone Free FN7 EarbudsThe LG Tone Free FN7 Earbuds help you block out noise and stay healthy. The UVnano charging case zaps 99.9% of E.coli and S. aureus bacteria on the earbuds’ mesh. And the three microphones track soundwaves from any direction to eliminate background noise. That way, you’ll truly focus on that meeting.LG Tone Free FN7 earbuds on a workspaceOnePlus Buds Z True Wireless EarbudsThe OnePlus Buds Z True Wireless Earbuds have a powerful bass boost and with the charging case, you’ll get up to 20 hours of battery. Also, since these earbuds are Google Assistant-compatible, they’ll help you keep up with all of your appointments.OnePlus Buds Z true wireless earbuds on a gray carpetJBL Club Pro+ True Wireless in-Ear HeadphonesThe JBL Club Pro+ True Wireless in-Ear Headphones is another great set of earbuds for remote work in 2020. They offer ANC at a pretty affordable price. And for music lovers, they connect to an app that offers Stage+. This feature lets you access presets created by well-known DJs.JBL Club Pro+ true wireless in-ear headphones on a deskSony WH-1000X M4 Noise-Canceling HeadphonesThe Sony WH-1000X M4 Noise-Canceling Headphones are another excellent item on this list of headphones and earbuds for work. They adapt to outside noise in real time. You’ll also get smart features for better control of Alexa and Google Assistant. Need a great pair of headphones or earbuds for you Zoom, Google Meet, and Slack calls? Then you’ll want to have a look at today’s roundup. Today we’re highlighting some of the best headphones and earbuds out there for the call quality you need to communicate professionally.There are plenty of great earbuds and headphones to choose from in 2020. Whether you need a stable Bluetooth connection for those chats with your boss or something with a long battery life for team meetings, today’s roundup has you covered. Today we’re presenting you with some of the best earbuds and headphones for work.Related: 12 WFH Secret Santa gifts for 2020- Advertisement – Bose QuietComfort EarbudsThe Bose QuietComfort Earbuds come with active and passive noise cancellation, letting you choose how much background sound you want to cancel. Their acoustic package delivers deep low notes and true-to-life sound. And with four microphones, people will hear your voice loud and clear. Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700 on a woman Jabra Elite Active 75t Wireless EarbudsThe Jabra Elite Active 75t Wireless Earbuds feature Jabra MySound, a feature that lets you personalize your listening experience based on your hearing. The Jabra MyControls lets you personalize incoming and outgoing calls. Sony WH-1000X M4 noise-canceling headphones Jabra Elite 75t true wireless earbuds on a man Bose QuietComfort earbuds in a library Sennheiser CX 400BT True Wireless EarbudsThe last product on our list of great earbuds and headphones for work is the Sennheiser CX 400BT True Wireless Earbuds. With customizable controls and bespoke drives, the wireless earbuds give you a high-quality listening experience. They also have an ergonomic design that makes them comfortable to wear for hours. The Wyze Headphones are budget-friendly and come with ANC. You’ll also enjoy up to 20 hours of battery life or up to ten hours of calls. The voice-isolating microphones make your voice sound clear and composed.Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless EarbudsThe Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless Earbuds are another great set of earbuds for work in 2020, especially for long calls. That’s because their battery case gives you a total of 28 hours to keep up with your most hectic days. Best of all, the MyControls feature lets you customize incoming and outgoing calls. Sennheiser CX 400BT true wireless earbuds in a woman’s ear We hope this list helps you find the perfect headphones and earbuds for your Zoom, Google Meet, and Slack calls. Whether you work from home or need to communicate with colleagues in other time zones, there’s certainly something for you. Let us know what you’re looking for in a great set of headphones and earbuds for work in the comments.Want more tech news, reviews, and guides from Gadget Flow? Follow us on Google News, Feedly, and Flipboard. If you’re using Flipboard, you should definitely check out our Curated Stories. We publish three new stories every day, so make sure to follow us to stay updated! Wyze Headphones- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Press Association Ireland defence specialist Kiss hailed evergreen O’Driscoll as a “true warrior” of the sport, who has fought to improve steadily, even in the latter stages of his career. O’Driscoll will reach 126 caps in Ireland’s opening autumn international clash with Samoa at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday. The 34-year-old has only played one match this season, Leinster’s 34-20 RaboDirect Pro12 victory over Cardiff Blues on September 27. But Kiss expects him to play a pivotal role across the autumn fixture spectrum of Samoa, Australia and New Zealand on successive November weekends. Kiss explained: “I think Brian has to be considered one of the best 13s in the world, without a doubt. “There are certainly some guys around the place, like Conrad Smith, who has been really consistent lately. “But I don’t think Brian falls off the edge in any area at the moment. “He’s committed to everything, in terms of his preparation he’s brilliant, his game, when you saw him come on for that first game this year, he was sublime. “His skill-sets are still there, and his appetite for it is still there. “I don’t think you could disagree with that statement. “Over time, carrying a few injuries, those things always have their part to play. “But the true champions of the game, the true warriors that survive, they find other elements of their make-up to improve on, or to adjust and adapt to what the demands are. “He’s still one of the most physical 13s at the tackle, he’s a handful in that area: he’s like another number seven out in that backline. “That appetite has never waned, and the way he runs his running lines and works with supports around him and his nice subtle passes he can use that open spaces for others, are things that have improved even more over the last five years. “He always had it, but I think it’s something he’s made sure he’s been able to hone even further to make sure he stays right at that top edge.” The former Ireland and British Lions captain has beaten his calf problem, to train regularly for the last fortnight. O’Driscoll sat out parts of Ireland’s final training run before their Samoa clash, but Kiss said that is all part of keeping the midfield lynchpin fresh. “Brian’s closing in on 130 Tests, he knows his body,” Kiss continued. “He gets the feedback he needs. “We’ve got the medics and the strength and conditioning guys keeping an eye on the GPS data, he keeps an eye on how he feels. “Those decisions are made through logic and through the way that he feels about himself. “He knows when he’s right, he knows if he can run, so he just felt right to sit that part out. “It gave us a chance to run a different combination in that captain’s run. “Certainly some of the more experienced players, we can rely on their feedback in terms of how they feel.” Brian O’Driscoll remains among the world’s best outside centres, according to Ireland assistant coach Les Kiss.
Here at Esports Insider we love nothing more than keeping busy and getting out and about industry events across the world.The next three weeks are extremely busy for events, and Esports Insider will have presence at as many as we possibly can. If you would like to talk about the ESI Super Forum or just esports as a whole we’re raging coffee addicts who don’t tend to bite.Here’s the ESI agenda for the month coming:Gamesforum – 23rd – 24th January – London – OllieOllie will be attending the inaugural Gamesforum in central London where he will be speaking and contributing on the second day. The track for the day is hosted by the ever-boisterous Mike Stubbs and brings together some familiar names from in the industry.The panel Ollie is taking part on is focused around the “Growth of the esports economy”. The panel will be moderated by Mike Stubbs, (average) Esports Journalist and will feature Ollie, Joanne Watson – Chief Brand Officer, Maestro and Alim Jaffer, VP Product at Heroic Labs. If you would like to speak to Ollie and arrange a meeting, he will be in attendance from 12.00 on the 23rd and all day on the 24th. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org-Taca CTT – 23rd-24th January – Braga – SamWhilst Ollie’s freezing in London and spouting nonsense about the esports industry, Sam’s off to rosier shores. Heading out to Braga for Qwatti’s event “e-Taca CTT” – the event sees a mixture of stakeholders from the Portugese sports system meet with those involved in and around esports.It’s not all feet-up on the beach pleasure, as Sam is tasked with moderating a roundtable during the two days. He will be joined by Pedro Correia – Executive Director of Liga Portugal (the Portuguese Professional Football League); Sergio Benet – General Manager of Valencia CF eSports; Miguel Pacheco – International Business Development Executive at Celtic Football Club.Should one be heading to Braga and would like a meeting – do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.ICE – 6th – 7th February – London – Ollie & SamAs thousands descend onto London for everybody’s “favourite” gambling event, we’ve got our Fit-Bits ready as we’re set to march up and down the exceL for meeting after meeting. We’ve already got a fair few meetings lined up for the two days we’re there so if you’re interested in meeting for a natter then drop by our stand or drop us an email. If we’re not at a meeting, we’ll be perched alongside SBC Global’s stand at SD2-C&D. Come and say hello. Esports BAR – 11th-14th February – Cannes – Ollie & SamAnother chance to catch the “Ant & Dec” of esports is on Valentine’s Day down in Cannes for the Esports BAR. There’ll be no better setting as the ESI team is set to run two sessions through the conference – one focused around football clubs activity in esports and the other around gambling. It’s the perfect teaser for the ESI Super Forum which will take place in March, so make sure to get in touch and organise a meeting to discuss. Rocktech – 15th February – Paris – SamThere’s no rest for the wicked. Instead of shooting straight home after Cannes, Sam will be heading up to Paris for a brief stop at Rocktech. The February session is dedicated to esports and gaming startups, and the organisation bids to turn entrepreneurs into rockstars.Sam has the entrepreneur down to a tee, so if you’re up for forming a rock band – don’t be shy and get in touch.To organise a meeting for any of the above events, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com – we would love to meet you.