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Passible: the best password management app, hands-down (review)

Passwords are the bane of digital existence. They’re a pain to remember, they’re hackable and there’s way too many of them. Until I came across the  Passible (free to $9.99 per year for premium version), I hated all password managers more than the passwords they attempted to manage. Passible somehow manages to take a mundane function like storing passwords and …

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Withings Smart Body Analyzer: a smart scale with sleek style (review)

It seems like every week there’s a new fitness tracking device, doesn’t it? Personally I like many of them, but my favorite fitness tracker thus far is a scale. More precisely, it’s a smart scale. It’s called the Withings Smart Body Analyzer ($149.95) and it’s a It also plays together well with the Withings Pulse O2 wrist-worn fitness tracker which …

EditorWithings Smart Body Analyzer: a smart scale with sleek style (review)
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Boxer email app: like upgrading your email to first-class (review)

‘ve been wanting to try Boxer ($4.99) for quite some time. It’s just a shame it took me this long to get it installed because I’ve really grown fond of it. It’s the email app that makes me feel like I’ve got everything under control. First things first. Let’s talk design. There are many, many email apps for iPhone and oftentimes …

EditorBoxer email app: like upgrading your email to first-class (review)
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Obsessions #1: Five fresh tech finds

Obsessions is a series that asks the engineers and designers who create your favorite tech products to hand-pick the best new apps, gadgets, websites and tech accessories. Chris’ Obsessions App: Horizon is an incredible video app that won’t let you shoot vertical video no matter how much you twist and turn your phone. I love how it makes you a better videographer… automatically. You …

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Revo SuperConnect: a WiFi speaker that screams taste (review)

I’m in love with a new speaker that plays music from so many sources it would be ridiculous if it wasn’t insanely awesome. It’s the Revo SuperConnect ($427) and it’s a WiFi-enabled, beautifully crafted speaker that is revolutionizing the way I connect with music. Music Sources The best sounding Internet-enabled speaker I had tested prior to the Revo SuperConnect was …

EditorRevo SuperConnect: a WiFi speaker that screams taste (review)
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DailyTekk Editor’s Choice: the best of the best technology products

Every now and then a rare product comes along that is so incredible or so useful that the consumer is left in near unbelief. These are the products that outshine the competition and break new ground. They are the very definition of excellence and deserve to be lifted up high on a podium to bask in as much attention as we can …

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Tinker app review: duration-based goals that really do motivate

You and I have something in common: we could both benefit from being more productive. Lately I’ve been testing out an app called Tinker ($0.99) which provides a simple way to create duration-based goals to get more done. In fact, I’m using it right now to help me write this very review. I love the philosophy behind this app which …

EditorTinker app review: duration-based goals that really do motivate
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Braven Mira review: a Bluetooth speaker that’s not afraid of water

Bluetooth speakers have proliferated to the point that it takes some pretty outstanding features above and beyond great sound and design to standout. One feature that got my attention recently was the water-resistant nature of the Braven Mira ($99), a Bluetooth speaker that can literally go where others dare not. Music at the beach or in the shower The idea …

EditorBraven Mira review: a Bluetooth speaker that’s not afraid of water
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Scanner Pro app review: quick, easy iPhone scanning that integrates with Evernote

There are a lot of scanning apps in the App Store, but there’s only one that’s my favorite: Scanner Pro by Readdle ($6.99). It’s also my preferred method for getting paper documents into Evernote. For both business and personal use, scanning paper documents is a huge deal. In general, turning documents from paper-based to pixel-based has many benefits. It allows …

EditorScanner Pro app review: quick, easy iPhone scanning that integrates with Evernote
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Lyve review: the best way to store and organize your photos

Digital photos. Simultaneously the best thing ever and one of the biggest problems in the digital age. It’s never been easier to document our lives but it’s also never been harder to keep that documentation organized and accessible. That’s where Lyve ($299) comes in. Lyve describes itself as a solution to collect, protect and rediscover people’s most important moments. And …

EditorLyve review: the best way to store and organize your photos