No more calls, we have a winner. After years of searching, I've found the best sub-$100 in-ear earphones. I've also found waterproof smart phone cases that can accommodate nearly any make/model, a new automatic espresso machine, a Kermit clock radio, and colorful cases for the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Got a component in your AV component stack – a Blu-ray player, media streamer, even your TV – that you'd like to connect to the Internet? If your abode is wired for Wi-Fi, this IOGEAR Wi-Fi adapter ($50) connects to said component via an Ethernet cable, then connects your component via your Wi-Fi network. Most USB Wi-Fi dongles are more expensive (and often blocks other USB jacks on your HDTV) and don't provide the 150 Mbps speed necessary for quick and smooth streaming of Web-based content to your device. Dual antennas helps the adapter pull in Wi-Fi signal even if your living room is in a Wi-Fi dead spot.