TextBlade: The Awesome Mobile Keyboard


I've always liked the idea of a portable keyboard that could accompany a portable device like a smartphone or tablet. However, most portable keyboard solutions are anything but portable. But the TextBlade by WayTools? Oh, this is something to behold... ... Continue Reading

What’s in Your Bag, Tre Lawrence?

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This series of What’s In Your Bag? has contributors opening up their own tech bags and sharing with the world actual devices that they regularly use within their own blogging and professional lives from various backgrounds all over the world. The hope is that we can give you guys some great insight into some useful tools that we already are using in the day to day. So... allow me to beg forgiveness. I actually have two go bags... one for daily work, and one for soccer. Here's what's in the ... Continue Reading

Worldwide Travel Plug Guide [Infographic]

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One of our hurdles moving overseas was figuring out how our electronics would—or wouldn't—function in Italy. Once arriving, we learned that dealing with multiple plug types is far more common in Europe than it was in the United States. For those of you who do much International travel or have some International mission trips under your belt, you're probably already well aware. There's nothing like having a piece of essential electronics, a charger, a power source, but absolutely no way to get ... Continue Reading

Would You Like to Have an Amazon Echo?

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Technology featured in Science Fiction is becoming more and more the technology of today. Amazon has recently announced the Amazon Echo. In a nutshell—or rather a black tube—this is Amazon's take on Siri. It's an incredible Internet of things kind of device that is always present in your home, waiting and listening for its next command—all the while connected to the Internet. Take a look: ... Continue Reading

Evernote Analog: Classy Desktop iPad Dock [Review]

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There is no shortage of tablet cases. From shock protection to keyboards to portfolios with notepads. The options are endless. Not to mention all the color combinations. Having owned the iPad 2 and now an iPad mini, one thing I struggled to find was an adequate solution for using the device on a desk. For a couple of months I’ve used the ZAGG folio keyboard case and despite the small keys it works really well. However, as with most all iPad mini cases, the device is always in landscape ... Continue Reading

Why I Love my Wacom Tablet


For the past few weeks, I've been doing all the research I can on graphic tablets. Now, graphic tablets are different than the tablets you are probably used to. It is no iPad or Nexus 7. Its specifically built to replace the mouse and be used as an input for your computer. I thought to myself, I am a graphic designer, and a graphic designer should use a tablet, right? Well, the answer to that is sometimes. It certainly isn't for everyone, but for those who will push through the learning curve, ... Continue Reading

The 28-Port USB Hub [Caption This]

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The Manhattan 161718 28-Port USB MondoHub (pictured above) from Amazon will intimidate the fiercest of Church techs and IT professionals. I honestly don't know if I should just stare at it in awe or turn and run for my life!?! ... Continue Reading

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer [Kickstarter]

Mobile Pocket Robotic Printer Kickstarter

I’ve started thinking more about the idea of a truly portable office recently. Between my phone and my laptop, I ought to be pretty much set to work anywhere. There’s only one important device I need that I can’t fit into my laptop bag: the printer. As tech gadgets constantly shrink, the printer has remained stuck at a certain size. A printer can’t be smaller than a sheet of paper. Can it? According to Zuta Labs, a startup founded by graduates of the Jerusalem College of Technology, it can be. ... Continue Reading

3D Printing: One Step Closer to a Star Trek Future? [Infographic]


Way back in the 1960s, Star Trek featured a “replicator” that could materialize food, drink and just about any object you could imagine. At the time, it was pure science fiction, but when you consider the advancements that have been made with 3D printing over the last few years, such seeming sci-fi technology has become far more of a reality than anyone in the 1960s would have probably ever imagined. In fact, they have developed meat and leather printing! Take a closer look: ... Continue Reading