The Premise. In a perfect world, everyone would live in a smart, connected home that could be managed on the go and would conserve energy and cut costs. Of course, not everyone has the money to replace all of their ...

Some people live for winter. The rush that comes with hopping hills on a snowmobile, zooming down a snow covered mountain and the thrill of a myriad of other outdoor winter sports makes them rush out to greet the ...

If the early bird gets the worm, then the early fisherman must get the fish. But if that fisherman (or fisherwoman) is up and casting that line before dawn, it can be difficult to know when the big one is on the ...

We’ve all been there. When our tablets won’t stand upright we use folded up socks, staples or any bulky item to try to prop them up. The Canadian-made Scööb — not to be confused with Shaggy’s ...

The Premise. Work and laundry ensure that the period of time directly following a vacation or scenic journey is soaked with depression. This dark cloud is only magnified when trying to reconcile your memories of ...

The Premise. The printer has resisted the march of technology fairly well. The bulky, heavy devices have remained so as everything becomes mobile, and their feature set hasn’t changed much in the last twenty ...

Keeping track of who said what in a phone call just got easier for both the average Joe and professionals. The Recap USB is an audio adapter that plugs directly into a smartphone on one end, and then into a Mac or ...

Every sport out there has become smart. With golfing aides and fitness rings, it’s now possible to examine every way a player can improve their game. Enter Challenger, a tennis racket attachment that measures ...