Jacob Haas

In a world where mobile devices are proliferating, the need to keep them topped off and rapidly charged is a constant struggle. While battery life is slowly improving, so is the demand on our phone and tablet processors, making them easier to drain than ever. Fortunately, there's also a huge market for external battery packs… Read More

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After what seemed like an endless winter, including a late-season snowstorm that dumped a foot and a half of snow, we're finally starting to see some decent weather. And all that sun and warmth has put one thing on my mind... long hikes on one of the many trails in the area. One of the… Read More

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I'm a firm believer in futurism, the coming-true of farfetched science fiction concepts. One of the seemingly impossible devices I remember reading about was featured in Ray Bradbury's dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451. The main character's wife would lie awake at night listening to the "beetles" in her ear — tiny radio earbuds — chittering away deep… Read More

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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I'm a sucker for organization and minimalism. To me, there's nothing better than having a place for everything and having everything in its place, and all the better if I can consolidate and reduce the number of things that I have to carry with me on a daily basis. So when I got my hands… Read More

Posted in: Bags, Cases and Covers, Reviews
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It feels like ages ago when the iPhone 7 was officially announced, putting to rest the rumors on whether or not it would do away with that ubiquitous feature that graces almost every mobile device... the headphone jack. In classic Apple fashion, their self-described bold move was backed by a new wireless audio technology that… Read More

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One of my favorite tech innovations of the past year is Apple's iPad Pro paired with the Pencil. There have been many digital styli that have preceded it, but for me, nothing's come close to touching the Pencil for note-taking and drawing. I've been dabbling in iPad sketching apps for almost as long as they've… Read More

Posted in: iOS, Reviews
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When I moved to the larger screen of the 12.9" iPad Pro several months ago, I did so with the full intention of using it as my primary computer. For me, that meant at least trying to embrace the iPad in its purest form by using its software keyboard exclusively. But as a long-time touch… Read More

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We get it. You don't like to be tethered to some workstation just to get through your daily workload. What if you could throw your office on your back, take your work with you and keep your mobile devices charged by harnessing the energy of that glowing ball of exploding gas in the sky? Enter… Read More

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When was the last time you felt a tickle in your throat and thought to yourself "I wonder if I just need some water or if I've contracted the Spanish Flu." So out of curiosity, you pop online and throw a few symptoms into a search, including that mildly irregular heartbeat you just noticed, and… Read More

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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