Keeping your family safe is a pretty high priority. Luckily, you have lots of ways to do that, from home security systems, to video cameras, to smartphone apps that help you keep track of where everyone is, and many more cool technology tools. Add to that list the KJB Security Bluetooth speaker (herein after referred [ ]
What do you get when you cross a traditional messenger bag with high-end camera bag features and user customization options? You get the Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag which was an insanely successful Kickstarter project from earlier this summer which brought in more than 4.8 million dollars in pledges.
Linksys 1900ACS Router Review Gadget Review – Your lifestyle gadget site As our games get more demanding and our TVs get more 4K, the high-end routers of tomorrow will need to have the ability to support dozens of devices at once without skipping a beat. Does the Linksys 1900ACS hold up to the test?
Recently Julie reviewed the Jabra Sport Coach wireless earbuds, a pair of sweat-proof Bluetooth earbuds with a built-in virtual coach designed to not only stream your motivational music but provide verbal feedback on how your workout is going. This is a follow-on review to hers of Jabra’s most feature rich, sport centric earbuds to date, the Jabra Sport Pulse [ ]
TP-Link P5 AC1900 Wireless Router Review Gadget Review – Your lifestyle gadget site The TP-Link P5 touchscreen router is an inventive way of moving the decades-old networking technology forward in an innovative way…but will that be enough to make up for its lack in performance? The post TP-Link P5 AC1900 Wireless Router Review appeared first on Gadget Review.
When I was a kid I would sneak into my parents bedroom when they weren’t home to admire my dad’s pocket knives and watches. He had some very nice knives, but I don’t think he had one as nice as the Small Carbon Fiber Sebenza 21 folding knife from knife designer Chris Reeve of Boise, Idaho. The kind folks at Knifeart.com sent me one to review.
Before 2010, there were no touch-centric tablets, only laptops that had stylus-driven screens. Suddenly, when the iPad burst upon the scene and gave tablet makers permission to dream of a touch-oriented screen and apps that could be on a larger screen than a phone, the world changed. Tablets that vaguely resemble the iPad have come [ ]
Taking a look back at some products that we still use after we’ve posted our reviews is a good way to track how well a product holds up over time. Click through to see the list of updated reviews. Neato BotVac 80 robot vacuum review by Julie Strietelmeier LG G3 Android smartphone review by Julie Strietelmeier Dropcam Pro review by Julie Strietelmeier SCOTTEVEST Lola Women’s Jacket Review by Julie Strietelmeier Julie’s Favorite Gear list
International Trade Commission (USITC) decided not to review an initial order by an administrative law judge on Oct. 9 as it found no violation of Nvidia’s patents related to graphics-processing chips. (1.usa.gov/1QpISQc) Judge Thomas Pender had said Samsung did not infringe two Nvidia patents, and while it did infringe a third, he ruled that the patent was invalid because it was not a new invention compared with previously known patents.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Apple created a battery case for the iPhone 6/6s. It may seem weird that Apple would release a new type of product unannounced, and it may also seem weird that the company chose to enter the competitive market of battery cases. But given Apple’s track record of trying out new things, and the fact that anything with that logo will sell, maybe this isn’t that surprising.