Sennheiser CX 300-II in-ear headphones – a "killer upgrade"

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If you were about to go out and buy a pair of Sennheiser CX-300s, then STOP! Because Sennheiser has just dropped us an email informing us that there’s an upgrade coming this quarter that’ll significantly improve its mid-range earbuds.

The CX 300-IIs feature a completely new drive unit and capsule that goes much louder, with better bass, clarity and dynamics. The cable’s softer, with improved ‘strain relief’ (sounds painful), and it now comes with a carrying pouch. Basically it’s all-round better.

The price has gone up – from £20, which you can now get the 300s for – to £40. It comes with the aforementioned pouch, 1.2m of soft cable action, and three ear adapter sizes. Available in black, white, silver, red (pictured) and pink. Oh, and for a fiver more, you can get a lanyard version, which lets you hang a mobile phone or MP3 player around your neck.

Sennheiser CX 300-II Precision (Black)

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UPDATE: Oasis teasing new album 'Dig Out Your Soul' for free via MySpace today

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Guess what, everyone? MySpace is still going!

And guess what, everyone? Oasis is still going! The two dinosaurs of social networking and 1990s pub rock have teamed up, with the Manchester band dumping the entire content of its new album “Dig Up Your Soul” for listening to on MySpace right now. I am, at this very minute, listening to a turgid reinterpretation of some Beatles songs, much to the anger of everyone within earshot.

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One million people 'streamed' (listened to) Britney's new album via MTV

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britney_spears_head_shaved.jpgOf course there’s a big difference between ‘streaming’ and ‘buying’ for your bank balance at the end of the day, but the signs for the internet’s greatest entertainer and comedy news source are positive.

Britney’s new album was whacked up on various MTV web sites as a promotional thing in advance of its retail release, which, according to MTV lead to unprecedented demand…

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