These wireless headphones give Bose and Beats by Dre some major competition. Originally priced at $130, you can get these from Amazon for under $70, and that includes free shipping. These headphones offer all of the same important features as Plantronics, Bose & Beats, so if you’re looking to save money, these may be a great option over their popular rivals. Lightweight, on-ear, and great for use with TV or playing video games. These headphones have an interference-free reception which means that you can walk from room-to-room and hear clearly through walls and ceilings throughout your house.
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Chromecast makes streaming from your cell phone, iPad, or laptop to your TV a breeze. As a huge Netflix, Hulu & Amazon Prime fan, it’s great to sit on the couch and use your cell phone as a remote to stream your favorite TV shows & movies. Additionally, Chromecast is excellent for watching YouTube videos in HD on your TV. Within seconds you can find a video from YouTube on your phone and have it play directly on your TV. I’ve also found Chromecast to be an excellent alternative to an Apple TV. As long as you’re using the Chrome web browser you can stream your desktop right to your TV from a Mac or PC.
No need to worry about the whole book versus Kindle debate - Kindle wins, hands down! The 6" high-resolution display with built-in light allows for easy reading with no eye strain. Reading on the beach in bright sunlight isn't a problem either. Now to choose an eBook --Prime members can borrow a ton for free!
This is an update of a review I wrote last year, which focused on the smaller, 7-inch version of the Kodak Pulse.In my 20-plus years as a tech writer, I’ve owned or reviewed about a zillion gadgets. Some were good, many were forgettable, and a few were downright dreadful (I’m looking at you, Microsoft Spot Watch).But a select few gadgets earned a special place in my heart, just by being insanely cool, insanely practical, or both. On this very exclusive list: the Apple iPhone, Palm V PDA,
Kodak may have stumbled a bit while transitioning from its historic film roots to the modern digital world, but lately the company has created some killer products. For example, the Pulse digital photo frame remains one of my favorite products ever, and the new Easyshare Touch is my new favorite camera. With these products, Kodak has demonstrated a knack for making previously cumbersome tasks–like sharing photos–simple. The Pulse frame, for example, has its own e-mail address; friends
My recipe for the perfect smartwatch is pretty simple. First, it
should look classy, not clunky, ugly, and tech-y. Second, it
shouldn't try to do too much. It should be an extension of your
phone, providing notifications and information, nothing more.
Third, it should last for at least a week before needing to be
recharged. Finally, it should cost no more than $100.The Martian
Passport is not the perfect smartwatch. It gets a lot of things
right, but also misfires in a few key areas — not the least of
which is basic wristwatch duty. At first glance, the Passport looks
pretty snazzy, with its analog face and shiny chrome casing. It's
available with a black or white face, though the black one (which I
tested) has a decidedly non-snazzy rubber wristband. The white one
comes with a leather band.
Dear Comcast: Your DVR is terrible. I mean, really embarrassingly
awful. It's functional, yes, but has one of the most unattractive
and unfriendly interfaces ever. I threw up in my mouth a little bit
just thinking about it. And you're not alone: a lot of other
cable-TV providers have similarly bad boxes. That's probably why so
many people turn to TiVo. As third-party DVRs go, it's just about
the best option out there. (Okay, its pretty much the only option
out there. Still, it's a great one.) Just one problem: TiVo charges
an insane $19.99 per month for service. And that's on top of the
outrageous rates I'm already paying for cable.
Hello?! Hello, McFly! This is Darth Vader, come from the planet Vulcan, commanding you to read on! You’d better make like a tree…and take a look at what ThinkGeek has got in their sale bin this week, straight from 1985 and heading for a future near you. I almost can’t believe my eyes, but yes, it’s true–Dr. Emmet Brown’s Flux Capacitor (sigh, a replica only) is on sale and available for purchase.I’m not sure if it’s worth $250 just to have an excuse
Suck on this!No wait–don’t! These little suckers may look delicious and crunchy and they may fool you by coming in “flavors” like cherry, lemon, blueberry, orange, and green apple, but you can’t eat them. Or I guess you could, but you probably wouldn’t like the taste. Unless you like eating electronics, in which case maybe you shouldn’t be reading about lollipop-shaped speakers in the first place… At any rate, these cute little Lollipop MP3 Speakers