R.I.P. iPhoto: First look and tips for Yosemite’s Photos app

For all those who love the Photos apps on iPad and iPhone, it will come as good news that the same format has arrived on the Photos app on Macs with Yosemite. The 10.10.3 update includes the Photos app that completely replaces iPhoto and changes everything about how we manage photos on a Mac. Here more »


SXSW 2015 – Henge Dock for Apple MacBook Pro, Air

I’ve seen docking stations, but this one by Henge Docks is the mother of them all. It’s built well and pretty darn slick at creating an instant workstation.

Buying an Apple Watch? Get these sleek accessories

Now that Apple’s Watch prices and options have been announced, those eager to buy can set aside the perfect amount of funds. But it’s not the same as a pre-order purchase, and the Apple Watch page really, really makes the product enticing.

iPhone 6 now has edge-to-edge Phantom Glass screen protection

I’m so jealous. As far as I know, there isn’t a single glass screen protector for my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that doesn’t create a halo effect. And none of them even go edge-to-edge. As much as I prefer glass screen protectors over PET or TPU, I can’t stand that halo fringing that happens with glass on curved screens.

Getting the shot with Izzi Remix lens iPhone case

With Izzi’s new Remix lens iPhone case you always have lenses to enhance your iPhone pictures immediately available. The five-in-one lenses fit over the iPhone camera lens for wide angle, macro, and telephoto pictures. It’s a simple solution to get more from your best camera—the iPhone that you always have with you. While picture quality is generally good, the case has a few issues.

Smart Spray iPhone case gets us all misty

Interested in being annoying, charming or perhaps a supervillain? A new iPhone case named Smart Spray might be your ticket.


TechnologyTell Review: Logitech Keys-to-Go keyboard

To some people, a keyboard is just a keyboard. But they may be the same type who can pick any random mechanical pencil off of retail peg-hooks and feel completely satisfied. I don’t know how to do that, since even mechanical pencils are tools in my eyes. And any tools I use – knives for the kitchen, trimmers for the backyard, or keyboards for writing/gaming – are carefully chosen for the long-term.

Next-gen Powerslayer Blu charges, saves, and notifies

Although the talk about greener energy and conservation has remained fairly consistent over the past couple of years, it’s good to see new companies and products coming around and taking action. And as we all know, it’s the actions that speaker louder than the press.

Pre-Order HAVOC water resistant battery case for iPhone 6

You’ve owned a brand-new iPhone 6 and have survived #bendgate, #crescentgate, and what have you. Either your dextrous hands and/or protective case have served you well. So now it’s time to get crazy and wild on some adventure outside of your stuffy home or boring cubicle.

Review: Adonit Jot Script & Touch

I’ve spent the past week or so with the new Adonit Jot Script and Jot Touch. For some background, if you haven’t seen my other stylus reviews, I love to draw on my iPad– I draw disney characters and not much more, because I’m eternally nine years old. Having spent a good couple months with more »

The 10 best #AppleEvent tweets

Seems like every week now there’s another Apple event that you just HAVE to know about. Yawn. Today’s was the highly anticipated iPad event, which shockingly announced the new thinnest iPad ever: the iPad Air 2. Along with that, it was announced that Apple Pay would begin on October 20, but of course the best part was Stephen Colbert’s appearance. Oh, and of course Apple had to be all, “You think 4K is cool? PSHHH we’ve got 5K resolution.” So yeah, that about sums it up. However, you know me – I much prefer catching up via Twitter.

Thus, I assembled the 10 best #AppleEvent tweets so you can laugh along with me! Enjoy!

Luxy Diary: Day 1 1/2 on ‘Tinder for rich people’

Yesterday I set out on a brave new journey to find my rich soulmate and was completely disappointed to find that the app was broken. I waxed UNpoetic about the trials and tribulations of Tinder “riff-raff” (STREET RAT!) and patted myself on the back for being just attractive enough to slip on in through the more »