In Review: Dóttir In-Ears

                                                       

Dóttir Audio is an Icelandic headphone company on a mission. Created by Katrin Davidsdottir and Annie Thorisdottir, the headphones have built-in noise cancelling and over ear hooks. They’re sweat proof and designed for endurance training, something the two dóttirs know…

In Review: Nathan Sports Summit sunglasses

                                                       

If you recall, a last month we introduced you to Nathan Sports and their lightweight polarized sunglasses. What I found curious about these is that they were being positioned as running, or active sports, sunglasses. With the classic Wayfarer profile,…

Zagg has your Google Pixel 6 Covered

                                                       

Now that folks are getting their Google Pixel 6 in, thoughts are no doubt turning to how you’re going to protect that precious new device. I’ve long been a fan of the Invisible Shield screen protectors from Zagg, and they’ve…

New uses for wood with the Grado RS1x and RS2x

                                                       

You know about Grado, right? We’ve talked about them before, and their story remains the same. They call Brooklyn home, and their headphones are hand-built there as well. Just a few day ago, they announced their latest one, the Grado…

Now Funding: Vissles LP85 Keyboard

                                                       

I’m convinced that a mechanical keyboard provides a much more satisfying typing experience than you’ll get off of the plain-jane membrane keyboard that comes with most computers or laptops you get these days (disclaimer: I’m testing a membrane keyboard now…

New security breach could affect 40% of phones

                                                       

A new security flaw discovered by researchers at the University of California San Diego could allow hackers to identify specific devices by using errors or imperfections in the Bluetooth signals sent out by some devices. “These applications require frequent and constant…