Kids Code with Jewelbots, the Programmable Friendship Bracelet

Kids Code with Jewelbots, the Programmable Friendship Bracelet

Code is finally making its way into the hands of younger makers, and with this trend we are seeing more and more learn-to-code tools arrive on the market and in toy stores. But amidst all these code blocks and modular robots, one startup is focusing on coding for girls, and they are getting it right: [...]

WiseWear Socialite Review: The Discreet Safety Wearable for Women

WiseWear Socialite Review: The Discreet Safety Wearable for Women

WiseWear's socialite collection is the only truly discreet safety wearable on the market. Geared towards professional women, this wearable looks like a piece of jewelry but can keep your loved ones informed in critical moments with its unique distress signal feature. Here's my review of Calder from the WiseWear Socialite Collection.

Gadget Review: Sprocket, HP’s New Pocket-Sized Photo Printer, Stomps on Fujifilm’s Instax Share

Gadget Review: Sprocket, HP’s New Pocket-Sized Photo Printer, Stomps on Fujifilm’s Instax Share

Meet Sprocket, the new addition to HP's printer family. It's a tiny, lightweight printer that fits in your bag and prints directly from your phone camera and social media accounts. A rival to Fujifilm's Instax series of on-the-go cameras and printers, Sprocket takes the genre to a new height with a much smaller body and sticky-backed photo paper.

Surface Book Review: Sleek, Powerful, and Uniquely Multi-Purpose

Surface Book Review: Sleek, Powerful, and Uniquely Multi-Purpose

I've wanted the Surface Book since I saw it debuted at //build, Microsoft's big developer conference, last year. I was considering buying one until I saw its steep price tag - the model I was looking at came in over $4000! Well worth the price tag for those who can afford it, but as a [...]

LG G5 Review: Unparalleled Camera and All-Day Battery Life

LG G5 Review: Unparalleled Camera and All-Day Battery Life

LG strikes again! When thinking of Androids, most people automatically think of Google's Nexus or Samsung's S series (which I've heard is *ahem* on fire - too soon?), but the Android maker that won my heart is LG. Last summer I reviewed their G4 phone, which was the first Android I ever liked enough to [...]

Felix Gray Computer Eyewear Combats Eye Strain in Style

Felix Gray Computer Eyewear Combats Eye Strain in Style

A survey by the Vision Council polled more than 10,000 adults found that 65% of Americans experience digital eye strain, and that using multiple screens at once actually increases the effects of digital eye strain. Felix Gray is a new high-end eyewear brand designed to protect the wearer from screen-related eye strain.

LG Tone Ultra Headphones Review

LG Tone Ultra Headphones Review

All in all the Tone Ultras are a decent set of headphones, but can the excellent fit, feel and ease of use make up entirely for the average quality sound?