Reviews

Review: OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock

OWC is a company that most Apple fans know about--they make products specifically for Macs, including memory, solid state drives, and what we'll be talking about today: docks. This isn't a new area for OWC, they have manufactured previous versions of the product I'm about to review, but this year's model, the OWC … [Read more...]

Functional Fashion: Mobovida Belt Bag Review

If you're a girl-on-the-go like me, you can appreciate when an everyday accessory like a handbag is not only fashionable, but functional as well. If you're nodding in agreement, I'd love to introduce you to the Mobovida Bristol belt bag. The Mobovida Bristol belt bag is a new spin on an old concept. Not only does the bag … [Read more...]

Review: TunesKit removes DRM from iTunes Videos (Movies and TV Shows)

While on iTunes (and pretty much industry wide) music offerings have been DRM (Digital Rights Management) free since 2009, the same can’t be said for videos available for purchase or rent via iTunes. Every purchased or rented movie or TV show on iTunes is wrapped in DRM, meaning once you buy that video from iTunes you're … [Read more...]

Review: Autonomous SmartDesk 2

When you work in the tech industry you spend a lot of time at your desk, usually sitting, typing away on your computer. What you're typing may vary, it may be answering emails, writing a blog post/tweet, or coding, but most of the time when you're doing these tasks you're sitting at a desk or in a more recent trend, … [Read more...]

Jaybird X3 review: the best exercise headphones

I had previously reviewed the Jaybird X2 headphones, which I dubbed the best headphones for exercise. When I was asked to review the recently released Jaybird X3 headphones, I found it hard to resist. The X3's are very similar to their predecessors in many ways--the main differences being improved sound, a smaller design, … [Read more...]

Review: CyberGhost VPN

CyberGhost is one of the leading VPN services, which gives customers an opportunity to hide their IP-address, protect their personal data and receive an access to the content, which is restricted in some countries. There are a lot of VPN services, some of them are free, others offer paid versions, but none of them offer as … [Read more...]

Review: LIVV headphones help you live up to your full potential

For the longest time, I have been on the hunt for a comfortable, great sounding headphone that I can safely sweat in. I have tried Beats Solo 2's and 3's, Beats Studio Wireless, Jaybird BlueBuds X, Jaybird X2, Power Beats 2, Bose Sound Sport, and most recently, a pair of Jabra Elite's--all with the intention of finding the … [Read more...]

Review: Lima Ultra delivers much needed speed and performance improvements

Back in November, I wrote about the announcement of Lima's latest personal cloud storage product, the Lima Ultra. I was excited to hear about the improvements implemented into the new Lima Ultra, after all, I had been a backer of the original Lima project on Kickstarter and while I did like my original Lima, it did have its … [Read more...]

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