Elizabeth Rodriguez

In today's world of technology and internet security, there always seems to be a website being hacked and personal details being compromised.  A password, even a complex one, isn't really enough.  Luckily there are a few options out there to make our data a bit safer. You can use two-factor authentication with software (using an authenticator… Read More

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Apple has finally rolled out Night Shift on the newest update to macOS Sierra. Night Shift is a program that gradually removes the blue light of your display to help relieve eye strain and help you sleep better. A similar program, f.lux, has been available cross-platform for a while now, but Apple decided to include a… Read More

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I have the iPhone 7 Plus, which is a big phone at 5.5 inches. I often look for the thinnest case possible to fit into my back pocket or small handbag. I still want protection, but without all the bulk. Totallee has released a super thin iPhone case called "the scarf". Let's take a look at… Read More

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Prynt case review

In this day and age, it's nice to still have physical copies of favorite photos to have something tangible to look at on your desk or wall. Prynt brings a polaroid type experience by printing photos straight from your phone. It will also replay a video if you hold your phone over the photo with the Prynt… Read More

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It's been awhile since we last did an EDC post!  This time around, my bag is slightly lighter, although I still carry a bunch of tech gear with me.  I'll be starting a coding boot camp in New York City shortly, so now my bag carries more of what a student will be using.  … Read More

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The Google Translate app is a great tool when traveling to another country, and it's now available in Japanese. You just need to fire up the app, point your camera at the Japanese text, and the English translations will appear overlaid on your screen—even if you don't have an Internet or data connection! Google Translate… Read More

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Using my Mac Mini as my main computer, I sometimes wish I had extra USB ports and an easily accessible SD card slot since it's tucked away behind the many other things I have on my desk. Luckily I had the chance to review the Satechi aluminum USB 3.0 hub and card reader, which adds… Read More

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The market is pretty full of "smart" LED bulbs these days. I love the concept of these since you can adjust your indoor lighting to any mood you feel at the moment. Here's another one to add to the list, the Ilumi Smartbulb.  I got the chance to view a couple of these bulbs so… Read More

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Just Mobile has released a few new products for shipment in December that look nicer than average gadget accessories.  The HeadStand Avant is a beautiful looking headphone hanger for your favorite cans. The AluCharge is a nice multi-port USB charger that is very slim and sleek, that can charge up to four USB devices at once. … Read More

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I absolutely love all forms of light, whether it be enjoying natural I absolutely love all forms of light, whether it be enjoying natural sunlight, or lighting in the home. Since I already have the Philips Hue bulb system, I was attracted to the idea of reviewing another Bluetooth controlled lighting system.  Meet Elgato's Avea… Read More

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Just Mobile has released a self-mending case for the new iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus called TENC - The Emperor's New Case.  This case is made of polycarbonate material with self-healing smart coating, and protects your new iOS device around the edges.  The TENC case is available for various iPhone models as well as the… Read More

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Meet Hangie, a 3D printed wall mount that's great for displaying your DSLR and other cameras.  They have a Metals collection which is best suited for heavier cameras, and uses a #4 wood screw to mount any camera that has a tripod mount socket. For lighter cameras they offer a plastic collection.  This looks like… Read More

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Bags, bags, and more bags!  I love a good bag to carry all of my EDC (Every Day Carry) gear. The Alpine Division McKenzie backpack is inspired by a 70's rucksack with its leather lashing squares and nylon material, but with a modern pop of color and style. When I saw the Alpine Division McKenzie backpack in… Read More

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I spend a lot of time walking around on certain days, which causes me back and feet discomfort. I recently got the chance to review ExoSOLS, which are custom orthotics you can order via your smartphone.  They seemed like an interesting idea since you just take photos of your feet then order via the SOLS app… Read More

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There are tons of different types of keyboards out there.  Some are good for home use, some for quiet offices, and other for gaming. VicTsing Technology has come to us with the chance to review the fun looking TOMOKO 104-Key Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. I love the tactile feedback of mechanical switches, so let's see… Read More

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