If you enjoy listening to music, podcasts, or other content while walking, jogging, or otherwise working out, you’d be well advised to check out the Rokit Boost Swage Sport Bluetooth Headphones
While some folks are more than able to limit their posts to Twitter in 140 characters or under, some users just can’t bring their tweets in under the limit. Enter BigTweets.
$200+ Beats or Sony headphones are a hard expense to justify. Wicked Audio Solus headphones offer similar quality sound and features, but at a much more palatable price.
While my wife and I both love to cook, we don’t like being tethered to the stove, continually checking the temperature of the evening’s meat or poultry dish to ensure it reaches the proper cooking temperature. (Especially important for poultry dishes.) So, when we got the chance to try out the iDevices Kitchen Thermometer mini, we happily agreed.
Bluelounge is very good at making products that are aesthetically pleasing, and offer simple solutions to minor problems we may not have even thought about, and the Kickflip is another one of those products.
If you need a mobile app that will allow you to track your product inventory and goods expenses and revenue, Nano Inventory could be the app you’ve been looking for. Overview Nano Inventory is a simple inventory control program for your…
While owners of the iPhone 5/5s may feel the need to protect their devices, many don’t want to put some heavy-duty case that completely covers up the beauty of their device. That’s where covers such as the Pad & Quill Timber come in.
I recently had the opportunity to check out VOXOA’s VXH330 wireless stereo headphones. I’ll tell you right up front, these headphones are some of the best sounding headphones that I’ve ever tried in their price range.
Whether you’re an aspiring photographer or videographer, or just looking for a way to mount your phone to a tripod to film your daughters next dance recital, the Beastgrip is an incredible product that is worth checking out!
While most of us use the cables that come with our iOS devices, we will eventually need to replace them because of loss, frayed connections, or from a teething pet chewing through the cable. Do we simply head to the Apple Store and buy another official Lightning cable, or do we go for something different?
At this point in 2014, there are an exceptional amount of batteries available for your gadgets. How could anyone know what works best for them?
Sometimes you just want to play a racing game to fill a few seconds with hectic, coming at ya’ action. That’s right, a few seconds. Let’s take a look at Smacky Cars.
Ever since the release of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, iPhone and Android owners who didn’t have a Galaxy Note 3 wondered when they would get wearable technology for their devices. MetaWatch, a company that is of known quality for the…
WiFi is built into nearly every tech device in the home and those that we carry with us each day. Smartphones, tablets, cameras, 3D TVs, HD streaming movie boxes, home automation modules and the list goes on. We’ve nearly reached the point of what’s known as the Internet of things, where more everyday items will be connected.
The “connected home” is one of the biggest areas of innovation as of late, with smart appliances, voice-controlled thermostats, and app-driven lights taking center stage at various electronics shows and making appearances at various home improvement stores.
SideCar is an ingenious little piece of plastic that can attach your iPad (or any other tablet for that matter) to your MacBook or PC laptop, allowing you to easily use your iPad as a second screen.