technology through our eyes
The newest, hottest products in the market. Smartphones, tablets, laptops, smartwatches – reviewed simply with four questions in mind.
Connected home, remote sensors, security systems, connected thermostats, personal emergency response systems, also privacy and security issues.
Desktop computing and connected devices, printers, scanners, productivity software, cloud computing, backup power, USB hubs and more.
Connecting to your memories. Cameras, video conferencing, geneology, photo scanners, and caregiving technology.
Tech that gets you down the block or around the world. GPS devices, portable chargers, portable storage, automotive tech, travel tech, and camping gear.
Hi-Res Audio, televisions, streaming media, set top boxes, tablet computers, e-readers, speakers, headphones, home theater and remote controls.
Fitness trackers, mobile health monitors, health apps, electronic medical records, telemedicine, fitness gear, and medical technology.
Big Picture topics, guest columns, future trends, major announcements, coming attractions, and quantum leaps.
The newest, hottest products in the market.
Smartphones, tablets, laptops, smartwatches – reviewed simply with four questions in mind.
By Fred Fishkin Apple calls it the future of TV. But should Apple TV be in your future? Let’s take a look at just what it is, and what it […]
The big 2016 consumer technology extravaganza, CES, has faded from the headlines, but many of us are only now sorting through brochures, business cards, and photographs. I spent much of […]
by Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer While there were many great products that came to market in 2015, there were only a handful of really new breakthrough technologies. Many […]
Sunlight and sleep. Both keep you healthy, and a shortage of either can be a problem. In two instances in particular, light can make a big difference. The first is […]
Technology Through His Eyes by Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer Few, if any, companies are making more of an investment in connected healthcare than Qualcomm Life. The division of […]
By John R. Quain Editor-At-Large There’s plenty of hype about “wearables,” smart homes, and the Internet of Things. But many of us are still focused on the centerpiece of consumer […]
A New Tool to Help Manage Diet and Health by Tim Bajarin, Contributing Editor In late 2014, I had a visit from a company called Consumer Physics. They showed me a […]
by Gary M Kaye, Chief Content Officer If you’re easily distracted by bright, shiny objects, you’ll never make it through CES. Nevertheless, we found a host of interesting gadgets that […]
by Fred Fishkin There’s a reason why so many people, especially those who are retired, flee from the cold over the winter months. But not everyone is able to get […]
By John R. Quain Editor-At-Large & Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer Every January, the sprawling CES 2016 consumer electronics show in Las Vegas is supposed to portend the technologies […]
by Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer While big screen televisions, hoverboards, and enough drones to make you groan have captured many of the headlines here at CES in Las […]
by Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer CES is officially underway, though we’ve had several days of previews already. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the companies and devices […]
By Bill Stoller, Contributing Editor Since Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 last July 29th, millions of Windows 7 and 8.1 users have upgraded to it, and millions of new Windows […]
By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer Welcome to Las Vegas, where 175,000 techno geeks, nerds, and journalists are gathering for the annual International CES, better known to the rest […]
By Bill Stoller, Contributing Editor What Is It? – The Sengled Pulse is a cool idea – so cool a couple of other companies have similar products – all combining an […]
Jump into Sous Vide Cooking Without Taking a Bath by Gary M. Kaye and Lindsay E. Kaye Sous Vide cooking is a slow cooking method that’s becoming increasingly popular through […]
Touchjet Pond Portable Android Projector By Bill Stoller, Contributing Editor What Is It? – When you see a lot of tech, it takes a lot to be impressed by something. The […]
by Tim Bajarin, Contributing Editor A recent MIT Technology Review article talks about the expanding demographic of American workers who now stay on the job well into their 70’s. The number is almost 6% now, […]
by Fred Fishkin Where are those reading glasses when you need them? If it seems that no matter how many pairs of glasses you own they’re never around when you […]
By Gary M. Kaye, Chief Content Officer How often have you heard someone on the heavy side say, “it’s just my slow metabolism, I really don’t overeat.” Your metabolism […]
This space is for folks aged 50+, who haven’t lost our passion for technology, who want tech that works for our generation. We look at it all. Through your eyes.