The Dark Sky weather app for iOS just got a whole lot better. In its newly released version 4.0, its best new feature lets you interactively animate a graphic of Earth, and you can visualize the polar vortex in a way you might not have ever seen. Continue reading
Sometimes it doesn’t take much to improve your quality of life, even if it’s just by a small increment. Add a few of these items to your life and bask in the small comforts they bring. Continue reading
At last, the plague of vertical videos has been addressed with an iPhone app. For a mere $.99, Horizon makes it impossible to shoot vertical video on an iPhone.
That blessed relief comes with slight disadvantages, though. Allow me to explain in my review. Continue reading
Is it possible to get a pair of $500 earphones for $130? I didn’t think so until I tested the RHA MA750i in-ear headphones. Continue reading
Nakamichi has a long and storied history as an innovator of high-end cassette decks in the ’70s and ’80s. Now a company called Wow Technologies has used the Nakamichi nameplate on a new sound bar for home theaters, the Nakamichi NK 22.
Wow sent us a unit for review. Could this $349.99 product live up to the Nakamichi quality I admired back in its heyday? Continue reading
The Lunatik Flak case looks gorgeous, and it gives your iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S two layers of protection. I nestled my handset inside one and put it through its paces. Continue reading
What if you could get that “find my iPhone” capability with your wallet, keys or car? You can with TrackR, a small device that lets you locate anything it’s attached to, and sounds an alarm to let you find it.
I paired a PhoneHalo TrackR to my iPhone 5 and evaluated its capabilities here at the Midwest Test Facility. Let’s see what this wafer-thin Bluetooth gadget can do. Continue reading
The countdown to Christmas marches on, with a mere eight days left (six if you’re shopping online). If you’re planning to splurge on a gift that costs $200 or less, I’m here to help you make a quick and easy decision.
I might even save you some money on one of these gifts, all of which look and perform like they cost a lot more than $200. You can’t go wrong with any of these five perfect gifts, guaranteed. Continue reading