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The Jax headphones are Apple-certified, so the inline remote features won't fully work with many other smartphones, but the microphone should. It's worth mentioning that the remote/microphone combo is a little lower on the cord -- and thus, farther away from your mouth -- than usual. I didn't think those few inches made a meaningful difference, but some people may feel it's a little low. Of course, a lot of people end up raising the microphone closer to their mouth regardless of where the microphone is placed.

Aside from the inline remote/microphone, you don't get anything else in african american ballerina dancer iphone case the way of extras, The earphones do not include a carrying case, and the cord terminates in a straight plug, PerformanceSol Republic says that the Jax earphones have the i2 Sound Engine, whatever that is, and that it delivers "deep bass and high clarity."The first great smartphone of 2015, Beautiful and bold..with complications, The new no-compromise MacBook, A stellar on-ear headphone, Crave-worthy curves for a premium price..

The Good The Sol Republic Jax in-ear headphones deliver good sound for a relatively modest price. They also fit comfortably and have a tangle-resistant flat cord, and there's an Apple-friendly inline remote with microphone for making cell phone calls. The Bad The Jax's simple, plastic design looks cheap. The Bottom Line The $40 Sol Republic Jax in-ear headphones have the look of a bargain pair but sound as good as some headphones that cost twice as much. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.

Other traffic-monitoring services african american ballerina dancer iphone case confirmed the outage, Renesys also tweeted, This isn't the first time the country has fallen off the digital map in recent months, A similar outage last November lasted for two days, Almost immediately, potential work-arounds were being distributed, such as this one from a Twitter user who generously offered dial-up login credentials, Google is also pointing people to use its Speak2Tweet service, The reaction to the outage inside Syria is likely one of further heightened anxiety, There are reports that the power is out in Damascus, and AFP reports that in the past, such outages have come in advance of a new military offensive, The government laid blame for the November outage at the hands of "terrorists."The significance of the communications blackout stirred something of a mini-debate between two journalists who cover the region on Twitter, Al Aan TV's Jenan Moussa wondered if the outage was something that Syria's activists are accustomed to, while Al Jazeera English journalist Basma Atassi pointed out it was only the third outage since the beginning of the Syrian uprising, adding: "This *is* dangerous."Others on Twitter offered up some one-liners about needing to reset and do a power cycle on the country's routers, While the jesting might have been in poor taste, it ironically might not be far from the truth..

Most of the bandwidth coming into Syria runs through the government-controlled Syrian Telecommunications Establishment, with the few major ISPs operating out of the same building. As All Things D reports. Internet, mobile, and landline networks have been inaccessible in the war-torn country. Google tweeted Tuesday that all its services are inaccessible in Syria, where a bloody civil war is ongoing and Israeli airstrikes were conducted over the weekend. Google reports that Internet traffic from the beleaguered Middle Eastern nation suddenly stopped at about 11:45 a.m. Pacific Time.