In a move that simultaneously felt like a very natural evolution of their product line as well as (finally?) answering every unrequited request ever made of the company, Sonos today announced Sonos Move, a portable, battery-powered, water resistant, weatherproof, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi speaker.
Launched last week, the Yubico 5Ci is the first security key with a Lightning connector. The company sent Andrew one for review.
The AirSnap Twill case by Twelve South was announced just a couple weeks ago, and the company kindly sent Andrew one to review.
Keep on the lookout for these IKEA-designed Sonos speakers, coming August 1, 2019. If you’ve got Sonos in your home already, this is a great way to add more. If you haven’t yet opened your doors to Sonos, here’s a very affordable way to do exactly that, while adding some style in the process!
Totallee’s cases are easy to take on and off, which means you can change your cases like you change clothes. Andrew got three to try out.
Twelve South makes cases for Apple devices, and they were kind enough to send Andrew a BookBook volume 2 for his iPad Pro 11-inch. Here are his thoughts.
Logitech sent Andrew its new Slim Folio Pro keyboard case for the iPad. After using it for about two weeks, here are his thoughts.
Visible is an MVNO that leases Verizon’s network to offer a US$40/month phone plan. But Andrew keeps having problems with texting.
It’s an outdoor group talk system for active people like runners, cyclists, hikers, etc. They let you create a group chat with up to 10 people.
The Lynktec TruGlide Duo Stylus Pen has been redesigned. It’s elegant in design, built well, and features both a ballpoint pen and a microfiber stylus.
The Everlast notebook by Rocketbook is a reusable notebook. It marries digital technology with the physical world by letting you upload handwritten notes to the cloud.
Any Mac user who works on the internet with people in other time zones should have this essential, time-tested app. John loves it.
Apple Watch Series 4 packs in a bigger display and new heart rate sensors, but is that enough to justify upgrading, or jumping in for the first time? Read on to see what TMO’s Jeff Gamet thinks of Apple’s latest smart watch.
Apple’s macOS Mojave is the most interesting, capable and stable release in years. John offers up his observations.
Whether it’s on your Mac hard drive, an external hard drive, or a USB stick, Disk Drill does it all. And with Disk Drill 3 you can use it to recover iOS data.
iOS 12 is out for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and while it has several new features it’s big draw is under the hood. Apple spent a lot of time improving performance and stability, so is it time for you to upgrade? Read on to find out.
It’s technically not a drone because it isn’t able to fly by itself. But that doesn’t stop it from being a neat little gadget.
There’s been a seismic shift with iPads. At one time, physical keyboards were frowned upon. But nowadays, iPad keyboards are in. And much appreciated by road warriors. John reviews the latest keyboard offering from Brydge.
Apple’s macOS Finder has evolved slowly over the years. It started simple, got faster and more refined, but never evolved dramatically. But Path Finder, now at version 8, has.
Bryan Chaffin has been testing AirVinyl’s Leather AirPod Case for weeks, and says it offers a snug fit, satisfying motion, and solid protection.