Review: Soundly, a cloud-based sound effects app that will improve your workflow

Video content is the new hot thing, which is funny because I was doing video content back in 2007. Anyway, as video content creation continues to increase and become a popular method of communication for everything from private individuals to businesses, using tools like Facebook Live, Periscope, or YouTube, … [Read more...]

Can the new MacBook Pro battery life issues be solved with a macOS update?

So I'm joining the club of people who are experiencing battery issues with their new MacBook Pro's with Touch Bar. Yesterday, I eek'd out about 3.5-4 hours of battery life on my brand new MacBook Pro. The problem, is that, Apple claims battery life with regular usage should be around 10-hours. I wasn't … [Read more...]

The Outline is a 90s site design built with today’s technologies

Yesterday, Joshua Topolsky's new brain child, The Outline launched to the world. You're likely familiar with Topolsky's work, he was at Engadget prior to co-founding The Verge and then had a short stint at Bloomberg. Oh and he's also made some appearances on Jimmy Fallon. Anyway, his new site launched … [Read more...]

It’s December, where’s my LG UltraFine 5K display?

Where oh where is my LG UltraFine 5K display? Apple announced the new 27-inch 5K display that they designed alongside LG back during the new MacBook Pro event, however, the release date wasn't provided, just noting it would be available "in December." Today is December 5 but the display is still not … [Read more...]

I listened to $55,000 Sennheiser headphones and they were incredible

There are a lot of reasons why living in NYC is awesome, one of those reasons is because many cool companies open popup stores during the holiday season to show off their latest products. This year, famed audio company Sennheiser, decided to open a popup store in SoHo where their main attraction is a pair of … [Read more...]

How 3D printers can save lives

3D printing is transforming healthcare models that effectively help doctors and surgeons to save lives. If you're not familiar with 3D printing, it is creating a new object from digital file. A 3D printer operates much like a similar way as regular printer papers. The difference is that, it uses threads, … [Read more...]

5 reasons why building trust is vital for e-commerce conversions

When purchases are made face-to-face, we can easily make decisions about trust. The retailer has a store, and we can interact with a product (see it, touch it, looking at detail) before we make a decision to buy. And, if we have an issue after the purchase, we know where to find that retailer. When we make … [Read more...]

Vinci are AI enabled headphones that serve as your personal music player and assistant

When this email hit my inbox, I immediately thought, "These look insanely cool," and so I'm sharing the news about these Vinci headphones. The AI-focused audio company behind the world’s first intelligent, bio-sensing headphones, recently announced the pre-order launch of their Vinci and Vinci Pro models, … [Read more...]

How iGaming is putting the needs of the players first

Most modern businesses are designed around keeping the most uninformed, unappreciative, and underprivileged customers happy. For this reason, mobile apps are built with technophobes in mind, support lines always begin with the basics, and good stores are versatile enough to accept niche payment … [Read more...]

4 of the best ways to protect yourself online

Staying safe from different harmful software features online can be pretty demanding if you behave in a risky way. For instance, downloading content from torrents, visiting adult content websites, and clicking on ads in obscure online places are all characteristics of unsafe behavior. Nevertheless, even if … [Read more...]

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