I’m in denial that Valentine’s Day is next week – since when is it even February?! And like many of you, I find myself in a panic over Valentine’s Day gifts i.e. does this gift say too little? Or does this gift say too much? Luckily, tech gifts are always a safe bet. It’s hard to read too much into a pretty speaker, but hey it’s still a cool gift! So, to help you out I rounded up some tech-themed gifts to get you through this year’s impending Valentine’s Day. It will all be over soon!
Although CES 2014 was my first, I felt I learned a lot from that experience. And since I’ve been told I’m a pretty smart guy, I devised a plan to make CES 2015 even more efficient. Maybe this time I wouldn’t end up with a blistered limp by the end of the week (I didn’t!). But this meant passing up on any scheduled booth meeting, minimizing backtracking across the show floors, and using buses as breaks to rest my soles. With this in mind, I had high expectations to squeeze out more for myself, like a glorified tech glutton.
Looking for an awesome gadget for yourself or someone else? Put these five on your list.
The holidays are upon us and you need a gift for Mom, Dad or Uncle Harry. You know they’d be thrilled getting a Duck Dynasty wall calendar filled with “down home wisdom” but, damn it, you have a Bachelors Degree and you’re trying your best to prevent the planet from devolving and taking your parents with it. So you’ve decided to help them upgrade to the 21st century.
Black Friday has come and gone and that means it’s officially peak Holiday shopping time. And if you’re like me, you’re losing sleep about what the heck to get all those people on your gift list. I can’t get you another pair of socks, dad! It’s too shameful! Instead, I’ll focus on ramping up everyone’s tech fitness game with these gadgets for the fitness enthusiast! You’re welcome, dad!
Get ahead of your game this year by sending out photo holiday cards to friends and family. Here are five mobile apps to transform images into masterpieces.
Not sure what to get your college student for the holidays? Check out these helpful, student-friendly gadgets.
I’ve been thinking about running a half marathon in November, and I’m thinking my training might benefit from some running gadgets. That way, I can be part of the cool kids running club. But where to start? Don’t worry, I’ve done all the research for you (and me). So with that, here are 10 running gadgets to get you moving. Because it’s not about the destination, but the journey.
Is there anything better than fall? Pumpkin spice lattes, cozy clothes, colder commutes, flannel, and, of course, FOOTBALL. So, whether you’re playing pickup touch football in the park, tailgating at your NFL team’s Sunday game, losing sleep over your Fantasy Football team, or simply watching the game on the couch with a cold beer, you’ll want to ensure your tech is up to speed. From apps to gadgets, and everything in between, here’s the items to consider for your fall football season.
Is there anything better than a long weekend? Yes. A long weekend spent doing absolutely nothing. Sure, I have plans to go hiking and to a baseball game but for the most part I will be on my couch enjoying my air conditioning, drinking iced coffee and binge-watching to my heart’s content. But Hannah, there’s so much to watch – how can you even decide where to start? Great question, hypothetical reader. I’ve combed the recent streaming additions to our favorite streaming sites, and I’ve selected your best options for this special Labor Day Weekend.
The life of a college student is rough. You’re living independently. You’re up all night studying. Sometimes you need a few gadgets to make things easier, or at least add some flair to your white-walled dorm.
Put a couple of these hot items on your back-to-school list. Some are simply too fun or quirky to pass up!
Last week, we posted a list of ten items to bring while camping, ensuring that you’ll be the envy of your peers. While I’m sure that people found a few things to purchase immediately, many of you may have been more likely to have saved items to a wish-list instead. (Half of all that stuff started – and still exists – on my own wish-lists).