Horizon, the iPhone app that makes sure you never shoot a vertical video again [REVIEW]

Horizon app
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

Warning: Nakamichi NK 22 Soundbar has a fatal flaw [REVIEW]

Nakamichi nk 22

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

TrackR is ‘Find My iPhone’ for keys, wallet and more [REVIEW]

TrackR
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

5 perfect gifts under $200

5 perfect gifts under $200
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