HomeKit-enabled devices and accessories are so convenient and flexible, but a major downside is usually the price. That even includes smart bulbs – Philips Hue bulbs are often $50 per bulb, which adds up quickly. Koogeek thinks it has a solution to this problem.
Despite being a new toy for all of us involved in tech to play with, Snap Spectacles have become quite well known through the mainstream. It’s not because they’re popular just yet, but because of how bewildering they are. I admit when I first heard the plans for this product, I didn’t have much faith in them. Now that they’re widely available, I’ve gotten a chance to play with them a little bit.
Opera recently released one of the most unique desktop browsers we’ve seen in many years. Opera Neon is a proposed glimpse in the future — it’s where Opera sees web browsers eventually heading. It has an entirely different user interface with some unique multitasking features and the overall experience is quite intriguing.
The Jaybird X3 wireless headphones ultimately deliver excellent sound quality with a fun companion app, a snug and customizable fit, and great battery life. Plus, at only $129.99, they’re $50 less than when the X2 came out — and those didn’t even include the comply foam ear tips. For this price, the value here truly shines. All of these factors combined elevate Jaybird X3 to the top choice wireless headphones for athletes.
Betternet is a terrific VPN service. It’s perfectly easy to activate on iPhone with one tap and connect to the “optimal” location. If you need to connect to a specific location, you can do so at several areas in the world including multiple U.S. points for a low monthly fee. It’s secure, fast, and consistently works well.
After several months of waiting since Apple and Nintendo made the joint announcement, Super Mario has landed on iOS for the first time in the form of Super Mario Run. It’s the side-scrolling adventure you might expect as Mario goes on a mission to save Princess Peach from the evil Bowser.
You’ll have already read my review of the smaller new iPhone 7 here, hopefully. It’s a terrific little smartphone and by far the best iPhone ever, whatever you might think of the future-looking removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack. But I’ve saved the best til last, since the larger iPhone 7 Plus is even better. With higher resolution, bigger battery, a technologically advanced zoom camera and the usual ‘Plus’ iOS tweaks, the 7 Plus is just about the most technology, with the most uses, ever crammed into one phone shell…
It’s that time of the year again. New iPhones, new glimpses of where Apple would like to take the industry. And thankfully, after (in my opinion) the relatively lacklustre 6s models, the iPhone 7 is a real return to form for Apple, with genuine user benefits in terms of speakers, imaging, durability and battery life. The iPhone 7 Plus goes even further, but that’s a phone for another review, another day. This is my Apple iPhone 7 review – the device is stunning. Expensive, yes… but stunning.
When Apple launched this, the iPhone 6s (and 6) Smart Battery Case, there was much ridicule at the ‘hump’ design. After all, it’s obvious where the (ahem) battery is, there’s no obvious attempt at styling and… how much is this case again? However, after trying a number of alternatives from third parties, it turns out that Apple’s solution is far better suited to every day, in-situ, real world use. Who knew?
I’m constantly listening to music. On a typical day, I’ve got music either playing from my computer while I work or in my headphones when I leave the house. That usually means stock listening equipment, like my computer or Apple’s stock EarPods, but I recently decided to shake things up a bit.