“Hey check out my Squid!” I said to my bandmate. “Excuse me?” he replied, not quite getting where I was coming from. “Check out the Squid,” I answered. “It’s a new surge protector I got to review … and I haven’t used it yet, but I can already tell it’s … awesome.” When the new more »
What is it with Amazon not disclosing numbers? We just know that the company is selling millions of Kindle but not exactly how much, not even an estimate. I won’t expect any disclosure from Amazon but at least we know that 3rd quarts sales have increased to $17.09 billion, up by 24-percent.
Kickstarter is one of my favorite things. For more on that, please refer to my previous product round-up. Anywho, this one is filled to the brim with some recent Kickstarter finds that had me all like “Aw, you know what — that’s pretty damn cute.” I’m comfortable saying that. I think you will be too. more »
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), which is the trade association/lobbying group for the electronics industry, as well as the organization that brings us the epic Consumer Electronics Show (CES) every January, today released its 2014 edition of Five Technology Trends to Watch. So what’s CEA have its eye on? Simply put, the Internet of Things (IoT). The more »
Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad and Other Celebs Read Classic U.S. Novels for Tom Hanks’ Production Company and Audible
That guy from Breaking Bad is all the rage these days. Aside from being a brilliant meth chef/dealer on television, Bryan Cranston has got a dynamite speaking voice — though you probably already knew that. It’s not surprising then, to hear that the folks over at Playtone (powered by Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman) asked more »
One of my favorite things about modern technology is the ubiquity of startup companies. Nowadays designers, engineers and computer scientists, inventors and innovators have more resources to take chances, reach for their goals and to find means of bringing their product ideas to life. At times comprised of two- or three-person teams, I’ve been enjoying more »
Things are always more fun in the nude, no? Well, I think so. And I bet recent newcomer to the portable speaker world, , has got my back on that one. They’ve just released their first line of personal Bluetooth jammers, a wonderful and well-rounded line that skimps on frill, letting it all hang out. more »
Classic rock, punk rock, heavy metal: the Marshall amp is one of the most enduring visual representations of rock and roll. And now it’s also a thing that keeps your food and drinks cold. Today on Amazon we stumbled upon this interesting item: the . It looks just like the iconic rig, right down to the knobs more »
Upon first using KOPi’s DC/USB combination power device, I was impressed. What attracts me to KOPi power products is their simplistic, boutique aesthetic, burly designs and most importantly, their ease of use.
Readers, it’s time to get serious. How much do you really know about tech hygiene? If you’re like me, it’s slim to none. However, I was fortunate enough to come across the WHOOSH! at CE Week and they gave me an old-fashioned schooling in tech hygienic.
Lately, there has been a lot of focus on internet and mobile security. Account security and personal information is of utmost importance. But we still can’t forget about home security, especially when there are tools and technologies to make it easier and seamless. Piper is an elegant, complete home security system. This device packs a more »
iRobot Corp., a leader in delivering robotic technology-based solutions, recently announced the release of a floor mopping robot, the Braava. The company has sold over 10 million home robots worldwide since their 2002 launch of the Roomba vacuum. With such busy lives, where typical lunches last only 30 minutes and employers expect more to be more »