Monthly Archives: October 2016

Gadgets October 4, 2016 posted by

Ironate – make pizza on your stove

  Pizza is a much-loved food, mostly because it can be altered to fit a wide variety of tastes. Add anything you want to a base of cheese, sauce, and bread. It’s great. Waiting for it to cook is not great. And what if you don’t have space for a fancy pizza oven, what then? The Ironate is the stovetop pizza cooker and answer to all your pizza based prayers.

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Ironate – make pizza on your stove
Bookmark This! October 4, 2016 posted by

Hidden Google Games – this handy graphic shows you where to find them

Google likes their games. Sure they’ve got a lot of really useful productivity apps and an awesome web browser (Team Chrome!) but they also really like to hide games in like, everything they do. You’ve probably seen their Google Doodle games and even played a few of their other more popular ones. Check out this infographic to find some other ways to waste time.

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Hidden Google Games – this handy graphic shows you where to find them
Gadgets October 4, 2016 posted by

COFFEEBOXX – the coffee maker for the brave and bold

I like to start my day with a good cup of coffee but I’m a cream and sugar girl which is probably a metaphor for my plush life. If your life rough and tough with a capital T, then you need a coffee maker that’s going to withstand the trials and tribulations you’re going to put it through. Get the COFFEEBOXX, the toughest single serve coffee maker out there.

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COFFEEBOXX – the coffee maker for the brave and bold
Reviews October 4, 2016 posted by

TP-Link AC 2600 Router Modem – fast, flexible and a great way to spice up your home WiFi network [Review]

Home broadband is one of those things that we mostly forget about. We sign up, install the provider’s equipment, and that’s it right? Well there are two things missing here. First, the generic vanilla kit that broadband providers send out to us consumers is generally just average. They want to keep costs down. Second, even decent routers wear out over time, so it pays to keep track of your Internet connection to monitor for degradation. If you do notice any…

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TP-Link AC 2600 Router Modem – fast, flexible and a great way to spice up your home WiFi network [Review]
Gadgets October 3, 2016 posted by

Night Vision Video Binoculars – keep an eye on things no matter the time of day

Lots of stuff happens at night. If you’re in an urban environment, no problem! There are probably street lights to help you capture the flora and fauna of concrete jungle but what will you do if you’re out in the true wilderness and you want to catch what’s going on when the sun goes down? The Night Vision Video Binoculars let your record what’s happening even when all the lights are out.

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Night Vision Video Binoculars – keep an eye on things no matter the time of day
Cool Web Apps & Sites October 3, 2016 posted by

Smash – share any size file with anyone

You’ve probably had to share a file with someone you can’t just pass a thumb drive to. Most of the time we just email these things to one another or use a service like Dropbox. But what if the file you need to share is huge and you can’t bear to delete a single photo of your lunch? Smash is the file transfer service that has no size limit.

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Smash – share any size file with anyone
Gadgets October 3, 2016 posted by

ResQBattery – the power bank made for emergencies

There are a ton of backup batteries for our devices out there. You can get plain black boxes, cute characters or compact energy sticks. What all of those have in common is that they need to charged before use. The ResQBattery is the disposable phone power pack that’s ready to go, right out of the box.

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ResQBattery – the power bank made for emergencies