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The Best Free Budgeting Apps


You can use any of these highly rated free apps for all of your budgeting needs. Read More »

Gadget Review: Bamboo Keyboard & Wooden iPhone case from Impecca

Impecca Bamboo Wireless Keyboard

Impecca gives you two new eco-friendly products to bring your gadgets a little closer to Earth. Read More »

SXSW Preview: Film, Tech, and Kittens (also, Al Pacino, Ryan Gosling, Guillermo Del Toro, Molly Ringwald, and Robots)

Al Pacino

Attending SXSW (pronounced South by Southwest), the annual Austin, Texas, technology, film and music festival should be on everyone’s bucket list. Read More »

LG Announces Four New Smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2015

The LG Magna and Spirit smartphones

The LG Magna seems to be aimed at those who love taking selfies. Read More »

Product Review: Steadicam Curve for GoPro From Tiffen

steadicam curve for gopro

What if you want to use your GoPro to film like you were making a Hollywood movie? The Steadicam Curve works miracles to smooth your footage, though it takes practice to really get it down. Read More »

Apple Joins Race to Build Best Autonomous Car


Apple is rumored to have taken a few significant steps toward the creation of a branded electric car. Will it be driverless? Read More »

Gadget Review: Cable Keeper by NEET Products

NEET charging two phones

Eliminate tangles, identify your cables, and destroy wiry mayhem on your desk. Read More »

Dance Review (NYC): ‘Huang Yi and Kuka’ Breaks Ground with Human-Robot Interaction

Huang Yi performs with his robot KUKA in HUANG YI & KUKA at 3LD Art & Technology Center. Photo by Summer Yen

This set of dance pieces featuring Huang Yi, two other human dancers, and a startlingly expressive industrial robot from the Taiwanese company KUKA is something utterly new and original. Read More »

Gadget Review: UWater X3 Bluetooth Wireless Action Speaker

UX Wireless Speaker

The UWater X3 is a beast of a wireless speaker that will take as much damage-testing as you can give it, and then some. Read More »

Facebook Messenger Proves It’s Not Going Anywhere

facebook messenger

Facebook is in the messaging game for the long haul. Read More »