The Blackberry is undoubtedly still winning among most businesses. Apart from its reliable hardware and steadily built name, the Blackberry boasts a various amount of features that appeal to the likes of companies. However, Apple’s taking their first step to compete; coming soon is the volume purchasing program for businesses
Etymotic unveiled an updated line of iPhone and iPod headphones and bluetooth headset at CES. New additions consist of the hf3, mc3, mc5, and etyBLU2.
The hf3 replaces the hf2 earbuds, adding a three button remote that lets you control compatible iPhones and iPods without having to handle it directly, and both it and the mc3 and mc5 (also new) use a new combination of low-cost coil drivers and response-shaping to boost weak highs without diminishing bass.
MacRumors points out that Apple has discontinued its iPhone Bluetooth Headset. It's not clear why Apple decided to discontinue the product, although it's possible that iPhone 3.0's addition of A2DP stereo Bluetooth may have something to do with it. While the original iPhone won't support the addition, Apple may be readying a stereo version of the headset. It is also possible that slow sales and negative feedback may be the cause.