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. Continue reading WiseWear Socialite Review: The Discreet Safety Wearable for Women
Last year, I said that 2015 was a year of healing, and 2014 was the hardest year of my life. Looking back on 2016, I’m going to label it the year of change. Change is constant, and the only thing … Continue reading 2016 in Review: the Year Everything Changed
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 … Continue reading Surface Book Review: Sleek, Powerful, and Uniquely Multi-Purpose
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 – … Continue reading LG G5 Review: Unparalleled Camera and All-Day Battery Life
Aesthetic: 10/10 | Sound: 9/10 | Portability: 7/10 As a musician, music is very important to me. I am constantly listening to music, whether I’m working, driving, working out, or traveling. The LG Music Flow speaker is a compact, beautifully-designed Bluetooth … Continue reading LG Music Flow Speakers 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? Continue reading LG Tone Ultra Headphones Review
In a market saturated with photo sharing apps, San Francisco startup Fyusion is bringing a fresh new angle (360 degrees, to be exact) to visual sharing with its spatial app, Fyuse. Part picture, part video, fyuses go beyond traditional media forms to allow users … Continue reading App Alert: Is Fyuse the Next Instagram?