Hardware Review: GoCube

We are well into the age where everything is becoming internet-connected and "smart," whether it makes sense or not. We have room lights that can be controlled by voice and shift colors based on mood. Refrigerators that can keep track of what's inside them and reorder food automatically. Ovens that can be controlled from your smartphone. Read More

Hardware Review: Nanoleaf Rhythm & Nanoleaf Canvas

I do my best to keep up with the latest technology (when I can afford it), and one of the more recent bits of tech that I've been wanting to invest in is smart lights. Oh, how I long to be able to just walk into my apartment and have all the necessary lights turn on automatically, controlling the rest with my voice, maybe even changing hues depending on the time of day or my mood. Read More

Hardware Review: Turtle Beach Recon Spark

For being someone with a pretty deep background in music, it's kind of odd that I've never really thought twice about the kind of headphones I use with my various consoles or devices. I've often been the kind of person that'll drop hundreds of dollars on some new electronic thing, but pair it with some cheapo $10 earbuds from the local drugstore. Read More