Monster just sued Beats Electronics, manufacturer of ubiquitous Beats by Dre headphones, because Monster says it invented Beats, and that Beats stole its property and ran away. It's been clear for years that Monster designed the headphones, but does the company really have a legal claim to any of Dr. Dre's Monster…
Monster has announced three new Wi-Fi and Bluetooth speakers at IFA. The S1, S2 and S3—all of incrementally increasing size—offer "extreme clarity, tight articulation and deep pounding bass." Apparently.
Apple's move to buy Beats for $3 billion is a big deal, and not just because it's the biggest acquisition in the company's history. But for Monster's Noel and Kevin Lee, the original brains behind Beats, all it means is extra salt in the wound.
If there's an award for the most adorable prescription of the year, pharmacist Jeff Dodds of Watford City, North Dakota has this year's title on lockdown. And all it took was some creative labeling and a very sleepy six-year-old girl with a monster problem.
This skeleton of a dead (?) basement monster was found by a worker installing cable beneath a house, leaving the terrified resident to wonder what kind of goblin lair lies just beneath the floorboards. Is the creature a wild animal? A lost pet? Or is this something science cannot (or will not) explain?
Monster, after having tried to replace Dr. Dre with anything it could think of last year, is now trying its hand at making gaming headphones. Called MVP Carbon, Monster teamed up with EA Sports to create a giant Monster made headset complete with a microphone.
The Messenger spacecraft has photographed some neat craters on Mercury's surface and NASA thinks they look like the cookie monster. What kind of magic cookies are you eating, NASA? Hmmm, wait. I think they are right.
Yesterday, Gino Covacci was walking peacefully by the sea when he found this: a gigantic, monstrous eye still oozing blood. Scientists haven't identified the leviathan who lost it yet. Was it a giant squid, a whale, or the eye from a titanic monster born mutant because of nuclear tests?
I just got a chance to listen to Monster's forthcoming Katana, a six-speaker, 400-watt (!), Bluetooth system, and it's incredible. A Bluetooth audio system has never sounded better. Monster's new innovations in wireless technology might be the next big thing.
It's no secret that you don't have to spend a small fortune on the HDMI cables connecting your home theater gear. But that doesn't stop Monster from charging hundreds of dollars for its cords, justifying the costs with features like glowing signal indicators.
Beats by Dre are great for listening to hip hop and looking cool around the city. But if you're not into their bottom-heavy sound, you're left out of the party.
Peanut butter and jelly, unicorns and glitter, Beats Electronics and Monster. One of these things just doesn't belong, one of these things is not like the others. After a five-year collaboration, the two companies have terminated their relationship but do hope to remain friends.
Monster—a company once known for producing insanely nerdy speaker wire— changed headphones forever (for better or worse) with its fashionable, bass-heavy Beats by Dre line. Now that Monster's cash cow is HTC's cash cow, Monster is clearly on the hunt for new friends.
Seems like every musician you can name has a pair of headphones with their name on 'em. Dr. Dre, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, Quincy Jones, Ludacris, Bob Marley, and Miles Davis. We need a battle royale! Well, here you go...
Is Tron still cool? OK, that's a stupid question. Tron is forever. And this Monster Tron Light Disk Audio Dock looks like it was lifted straight from the the Grid. Just look at the lights on this thing. Oh, the lights! But what about the sound?
I never used those spray screen cleaners because you need a cleaning cloth for them to work. I would always lose those! The Monster CleanTouch Pen combines the screen cleaning solution and cleaning cloth in one pen-sized nub.
Ferrari red? Lambo yellow? That's the decision you'll have to mull over if you buy Monster's ClarityHD Model One speakers. They're high def speakers that come in designer colors such as "automotive grade yellow or red".