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Boston

TomTom Adventurer GPS Watch Designed With Hikers and Skiers in Mind

By | Jul 14, 2017 at 12:20 pm

In an expanding world of Android Smartwatches and the Apple Watch, there has been a recent shift in how athletes track and monitor their progress. Now, many GPS trackers are including extra bells and whistles that allow you to receive texts, use mini-apps, and…

Gear & Gadgets

Chicago

Oomi Is Set to Truly Connect Your Smart Home [Review]

By | Jul 12, 2017 at 12:20 pm

Alexa, Google Home, Siri, Samsung Bixby, Watson, these are among the first widely accepted consumer driven artificial intelligence platforms and they each have something in common: Internet of Things (IoT). Over the past five years the world around us has become more connected …

Gear & Gadgets

Reolink Argus Brings Affordability to Wireless Monitoring [Review]

By | Jul 5, 2017 at 11:30 am

Between renters and outdated security equipment that needs to be installed in your home, a new market is emerging. Devices that were once drilled into your walls can now be placed anywhere, without wires, and either need a WiFi connection or in some cases…

Gear & Gadgets

Hestan Cue Will Actually Teach You How to Cook at Home [Review]

By | Jul 3, 2017 at 12:20 pm

The food world has been going through a bit of a renaissance, and companies like Blue Apron and HelloFresh are on the forefront. Now more than ever consumers are foregoing their stop at fast casual restaurants, and replacing it with home cooked meals that…

Tips & How To’s

5 Ways to Deal with Negative Online Reviews in Healthcare

By | Jun 29, 2017 at 6:30 pm

The internet has made it easier for patients and other healthcare consumers to search for the best healthcare services and products and most of their purchasing decisions are based on online reviews. According to a survey conducted by Econsultancy, it was found that about…

Gear & Gadgets

Boston

Hitting The Road With The Copenhagen Wheel, Sweat Not Included

By | Jun 27, 2017 at 12:20 pm

On December 15, 2009 MIT attended the United Nations Climate Conference and unveiled perhaps one of the most hyped pieces of tech to hit bicycles in ages: the Copenhagen Wheel. Now, nearly a decade later, the concept that went from viral success to the…

Business

Boulder

These 13 Articles Can Help You Become More Customer-Focused

By | Jun 23, 2017 at 3:50 pm

One of the difficult things about dealing with customer feedback with the mindset of putting the customers first is that there is not a road map that can help all types of businesses become more customer-focused. In the end, every business has to find their…

Gear & Gadgets

San Diego

CleverPet Is a Video Game For Your Dog, Rewards With Food [Review]

By | Jun 21, 2017 at 12:20 pm

In an age when gaming is no longer just for those with ghostly tans, but a booming industry with a growing spectator division, it only makes sense for it to expand beyond humans. For those of us with pets, we often feel guilty leaving…

Gear & Gadgets

Get Into 3D Printing with the DIY Anet A8 3D Printer [Review]

By | Jun 19, 2017 at 1:30 pm

For decades 3D printing has been available in some form, but it wasn’t until the likes of MakerBot and other startups who began producing affordable hardware for the hobby to really take off. In the past decade or so 3D printers have also come…

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Edifier R2000DB Bookshelf Speakers Can Easily Crank to 11 [Review]

By | Jun 13, 2017 at 12:20 pm

For more than a decade, Edifier has been producing high-end audio and home theater hardware, but without a lot of the fan fare from brands like Klipsch, Polk, or Pyle. In the past few years however, they’ve begun producing some of the higher rated…

Gear & Gadgets

Vancouver

Bamboo Slate Is a Futuristic Notepad That Just Works [Review]

By | Jun 12, 2017 at 11:30 am

In an ever growing digital world, the days of writing on notepads and in journals are quickly going the way of the dodo bird. If you’re also anything like me and have terrible handwriting, then computers, tablets, and mobile devices are the preferred method…

Gear & Gadgets

Denmark

Q Adapt On-Ear Headphones Offer Sleek Design and Great Sound [Review]

By | Jun 8, 2017 at 12:20 pm

In a world of Beats, Bose, and a million kinds of earbuds, Libratone is kicking it old school with a new pair of wireless on-ear headphones. The Q Adapt On-Ear Headphones offer a sleek new approach to the style, while leaving room for selective…

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JBL Flip 4 Adds Waterproofing and Improved Sound [Review]

By | Jun 5, 2017 at 9:20 am

In the 80s and even 90s, music portability came in the form of oversized boomboxes filled to the brim with D cell batteries. They were large, quite heavy, sounded pretty good, but ultimately were a pain in the ass. In the past few years…

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Vusion House Racer Drone Offers Flight Ready FPV and A lot of Speed [Review]

By | May 17, 2017 at 2:20 pm

In the past few years drones have transitioned from a hobbyist activity to that of something many people enjoy. This is due in part to cost, availability, and of course entry level quadcopters making it easier than ever to pull them out of a…

Gear & Gadgets

San Mateo

Kaptivo Makes Whiteboarding Accessible to Everyone, Even Remote Teams [Review]

By | May 15, 2017 at 3:30 pm

Here’s a common office scenario: you go into a brainstorming session and someone starts to whiteboard ideas. Things are going great, occasionally you erase and go over a section, and the meeting comes to an end. The meeting lead tells you to capture the…

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OnePlus 3T Gives the Most Smartphone Bang For the Buck [Review]

By | May 9, 2017 at 4:30 pm

The past few years in the world of smartphones have been more about refinement of an industry and less about innovation. Curved screens, less buttons, water resistance, and better cameras are now becoming the norm, but nothing ground breaking has been released on the…

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TLC200 Pro Time-Lapse Camera Let’s You Capture the Long-Game [Review]

By | Apr 25, 2017 at 2:20 pm

Smartphones are so much more than just phones now. They cover everything from apps to photography to videography. Some Android phones even specifically focus on the photo and video component, which means the traditional consumer-grade digital camera doesn’t have a lot of …