Need A New Toaster? Get A Two-In-One Toaster Oven

Need a new toaster? This time around don't limit yourself with an ordinary conventional toaster. Get a toaster with an oven.

Best Bluetooth Shower Speakers? IPX7 Bluetooth Shower Speaker

Audio speakers are one of the most popular searches on the Internet. If you've got every room in your house wired for sound but the bathroom, the IXP7 Bluetooth Shower Speaker has got you covered.

Want Retro-Style Record Playing? 1ByOne Portable Turntable And Music Player Review

Ever wish you could play records? The stylish belt-driven 3 speed portable turntable by 1byone offers a nostalgic music listening experience at an affordable price.  Retro-style and sturdy, this turntable allows you to listen to vinyl records as well as music from other devices such as your phone, iPod, or mp3 player.  So is it worth buying?

Perfect Products! Sherpa Original Deluxe Pet Carrier & Sherpa Safety Suite Product Reviews

Looking for the best pet carrier for your dog or cat? It's easy to understand why the Sherpa Original Deluxe is a top-selling pet carrier on Sherpa has thought of everything.  Everything and everyone.  You, your pet, his safety in the car and on an airplane... Convenience, comfort, and safety is what it's all about. Don't believe me? Sherpa pet carriers are the only ones guaranteed to be accepted on most major U.S. airlines.  But for us land lovers, there are even more reasons to own the Sherpa Original Deluxe pet carrier and the Safety Suite.

The Best Hand Mixers For Quality And Affordability

Hand-held mixers can make cooking and baking a breeze with the added benefit of being lightweight and convenient to use. If it's time to replace your old mixer but you're not sure what to replace it with, we've found two of the very best for all your culinary needs — no matter your budget.

When The Livestream Went Mainstream a la Twitter & Facebook

It’s been reported widely that ‘livestreaming’ video apps are having their moment in the sun! It’s taken a while, but similarly to when social media first captured our zeitgeist a little over a decade ago, livestreaming seems to be tapping into that same need by both the viewer and the citizen journalists who are out there, capturing stories on-the-go.

Easy And Elegant Way To Double Your Phone Battery Life: 1byone Phone Case Charger Review

If you don't want to carry around a bulky phone charger, there is a nice solution to simply living with a dead and useless phone. You can use a phone case charger.  If you have an iPhone, I recommend the Phone Case Charger by ibyone. Here's why...

New Social Network Eter9 Leads To Digital Immortality & Singularity?

On the heels of ephemeral social networking apps like Snapchat allowing our messaging to disappear within seconds after posting, comes another on the opposite end of the spectrum. This one proposes online-life-everlasting with digital immortality. The new social network called ‘Eter9’ uses artificial intelligence to scan your posts - learn what makes you tick  . . .

GoodWorld & Tsū, Social Networks With Charitable Algorithms

A new era of ‘social giving’ has entered our zeitgeist. Fundraising is no longer an activity practiced solely by wealthy philanthropists. Folks who have a passion for giving don’t have to be members of the elite, the likes of the Bill Gates or the Jimmy Buffets of this world. Today’s social networking is providing folks of lesser means with a conduit to working for the greater good.

It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Tsū World

What does March Madness and the Tsu social network have in common? First introduced in 1984, the former has become one of the most popular annual sporting events in the United States. Created by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division 1 Basketball, it’s an elimination tournament played each March in the United States. The latter is a new social network platform developed by Sebastian Sobczak and launched in October, 2014.

Is It The Last Straw App Or The First Brigade Social Network?

Attempting to find that next paradigm shift in social networking seems to be the name of the game in the year 2015. The first generation of social networks paying users for their content — including the popular Tsu, followed by Bubblews, Bonzo Me, bitlanders and Seen — were the first on the scene with a new twist. Now half way through the year, ‘polling apps’ seem to be the network du jour. . .

Will Facebook Own Your Faceprint?

Just when we thought Facebook could not possibly take any more liberties with our privacy rights . . . oops, they did it again! For those who might not have heard, three years back when Facebook was on a buying spree, it picked up, an Israeli facial recognition technology for the paltry sum of $100 million [chump change in comparison to the acquisition of WhatsApp for a cool $19 billion]. This week . . .

Bitcoin & Tsū Microdonations Usher In New Wave Of Charity Giving

For most charities, before the web and smartphones, donations came in the form of checks, received by snail mail. Yes, faster than the pony express of the previous century, but yet a very slow process. Toward the latter part of the 1900s, with credit cards becoming an accepted form of payment, coupled with the Internet as a distribution channel, the speed and frequency of fundraising increased markedly.

InstaThief’s Instagram Heist, ‘Fair Use’ & The Cheshire Cat

Instagrammers are still reeling from the latest flurry of notoriety that 65-year old Richard Prince has been able to stir up in the intellectual property pot, both on-and-offline. As a self-proclaimed painter and photographer, critics have found a number of  derogatory monikers to label him:  ’InstaThief,’ 'AppropriationArtist,’ ‘FairUseAbuser' with hashtags such as #PrinceofAppropriation and #geniustroll.

The Invention Of Coke Motivates ‘Mad Men’ Finale & ‘Happyish’ Entrée

Where an iconic TV show ends, another begins. Mad Men and Happyish are separated by eight years in real-time but actually over 50 years in their respective fictional timelines. Both plots focus on the inner-workings of an advertising agency. The former documents how we were romanced into believing in promotional hype, while the latter’s reality check is a result of a healthy dose of buyer-beware skepticism and a growing. . .