By Steven O'Hara

REVIEWS / VIDEO - 5 months ago

Your Android phone can become a real Game Boy with this gadget

& A product that began life as an April Fools joke has graduated to a real thing you can order right now: Hyperkin’s SmartBoy is an accessory for Android smartphones with a USB-C connector, and brings Game Boy-style physical controls and actual Game Boy game cartridge compatibility to the gami...

REVIEWS / VIDEO - 5 months ago

Spotify said to be coming soon to Xbox One

& Streaming music service Spotify should finally make its way to Microsoft’s Xbox One sometime soon, as a report from The Verge confirms user posts from Reddit that a beta version of the app is being tested internally at Xbox. The Spotify app has been available on PlayStation 4 since 2015, so...

REVIEWS / VIDEO - 5 months ago

GoPro actually had a good quarter and the stock is spiking 15%

& GoPro is flying high and mighty after releasing its 2017 second-quarter earnings. The camera company took in $297 million in revenue equaling a non-GAAP loss of 9 cents per share. This was way above Wall Street’s expectations, as the general consensus was that GoPro would report revenue of $...

REVIEWS / VIDEO - 5 months ago

HelloPlant tells you if your ficus is firsty

& Plants, like humans, need food, water, beer, and television. What better way to tell if your plant is hungry or thirsty (or bored) than a little nubbin that sits inside its pot and send you notifications when things are amiss. That’s why you need a HelloPlant. The system lets you name your p...

REVIEWS / VIDEO - 5 months ago

Solar cell lenses give these shades a charge

& Over the years I’ve seen concepts of solar-powered sunglasses come and go, but the dream of for some reason wearing solar panels on my face has eluded me — until today. Genius engineers at Karlsruhe Instutite of Technology have successfully made a pair of shades with organic solar cell...

REVIEWS / VIDEO - 5 months ago

Fitbit tries to convince investors it’s still alive

& Fitbit’s shares are not much more than 10% of the highs it reached of $47.60 in July 2015, the month following its public debut. On Wednesday, Fitbit closed $5.07, just barely a “unicorn” at $1.16 billion in market value. But the stock saw a rare boost after the company reported...