The only thing that hasn’t changed about alarm clocks is that they’re usually placed on night tables. But you’d be hard pressed to find one that doesn’t have
Summertime means lazy afternoons that wind into the evening. It also means BBQs, pool parties and lots of other things – many of which the warm states like
For all the use a smartphone provides, it still can’t compare with the convenience a car’s A/V system can provide. But what if the car doesn’t come with
Adults use alarm clocks because it’s more convenient and just does the job better than a smartphone can. But when it comes to waking up a child ages
Electronic devices don’t always make the best gifts — especially for a holiday like Mother’s Day — because they don’t translate well when it comes to being heartfelt
Backpacks don’t have to be pretty — what they have to do is hold stuff efficiently while not making your muscles ache from having to carry it around.
Bluetooth speakers are everywhere and frankly they’re boring to look at — sure it’s all about the sound, but that doesn’t mean that a brick shape is cool.
Children’s headphones were once seen as noting more than scaled down versions of adult models — as long as they were small enough to fit around tiny ears,
Smartphones have made it easy for everyone to take pictures and shoot videos, except now they’re being kept on phones and clogging up space needed for other things.
To be comfortable outdoors requires more than just having somewhere to sit and good food and drink (plus good company, natch). It also means not being bothered by
Children’s headphones need to be 3 things: fun to look at, comfortable to wear and safe to use. The first two, fun and comfort, is for the kids
Most people will tell you that they don’t let their pets — dogs or cats — roam free. And it’s a rare pet owner who hasn’t experience that
Ever notice that when someone gets upset or excited, the default answer is to tell them to “breathe”? Now obviously breathing is a requirement for staying alive, but
The whole purpose to “cord cutting” is to not have to pay to watch TV — what comes over the air (OTA) through an antenna that gives you
Too many feel that using public Wi-Fi, at a Starbucks for example, is going to be as safe an experience as when using one’s home network. Truth is
You won’t find a late model car without a USB socket these days. But what you WILL find all too often is a cheap looking USB plug stuck
“Cutting the cord” means finding a different way to watch TV — one without paying a monthly fee for a cable box or satellite service. But when it