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  • Waring Wine Opener and Wine Chiller/Warmer
    Serve wine like a pro thanks to Waring
    With spring sure to show up sooner or later, thoughts are already turning to spring parties on the patio. And what goes better with patio parties than wine? So, to get the maximum impact with your wine, I’d like to share some recent, great...
  • Cliphit
    Pack the percussion section in one hand with Cliphit
    If there ever were an instrument that was not easy to travel with, it would have to be the drums. With snare drum, toms, bass tom, kick drum, a slew of cymbals and the requisite hi-hat, that’s one heck of a lot of gear – dare we say a...
  • Jamstik is only 16" long
    A guitar for those on the go – Jamstik
    Once you grab the neck of the Jamstik, finger a cord and strum; you’ll appreciate that you aren’t holding a toy guitar at all. Sounds, feels and strums like the real thing. So how did Jamstik do it?JamstikFirst, they took a 16”...



  • Selfie sticks let people take better selfie photos with mobile phone cameras.
    Selfie stick is hottest new smartphone accessory
    Most travelers have already noticed the latest tech accessory: the selfie stick. They've been banned in museums around the world, according this Feb. 27 article on The reason is that museum curators fear that museum goers...
  • Mobile revenue growth set to explode
    Mobile revenue growth set to explode
    Mobile growth has been on a tear in recent years and is now set to soar even higher. A recent report predicts that revenue from the mobile Internet will rise three-fold to $700 billion by 2017 compared to 2014 numbers. According to VentureBeat on...
  • Selfie sticks banned in museums
    Museums ban selfie sticks
    You've seen them before - you may have even used one before - the extended sticks with cell phone attached that supposedly provide the perfect distance for taking photos of yourself. They're everywhere, and if you live in or visit major...


  • Sad Scary State of Bank Security
    Sad Scary State of Bank Security
    Who needs guns, threatening notes to rob a bank when you can do it with just your fingertips inside your home?A hacking ring in the eastern portion of Europe may be the most successful team of bank robbers to date, having purportedly robbed $1...
  • New ways that realtors and homebuyers streamline credit approval
    New ways that realtors and homebuyers streamline credit approval
    Most consumers in the market to buy a new home can agree that purchasing a house can be an exciting yet dauntingly nerve-wracking process, especially when it comes to ensuring the buyers are approved for a mortgage loan. With the housing bubble...
  • American travel to Cuba
    American travel to Cuba
    It’s been a long time coming for many U.S. citizens. Though the Cuban embargo has been making it particularly difficult (ok, practically impossible) for Americans to step foot on Cuban soil since 1963, avid globetrotters have been chomping...