Juan has been obsessed with consumer electronics since before computers had GUI’s. Out of college he worked on a JIT computing contract which supported DOE facilities in New Mexico. He’s been featured on numerous podcasts and radio shows lending his tech insights. You can also find him in LA directing voice over actors and producing spoken word recording.
One of Juan’s all time favorite films, and of course to Lee’s chagrin, it’s in black and white. Strap in for a Twilight Zone-like story of tension and paranoia, featuring an incredible cast, from a fantastic director.
In an age where consumers create their own content, the health of a new technology depends on consumers receiving tools which are easy to use and price accessible. 360 degree video has huge potential, but can it weather the transition into a more accessible platform? It’s not the easiest to work with at present. Will 360 video become the next buzz-wordy consumer tech to die like 3D TV?
The KEYone is a really unique device. A collection of hardware features that look a bit eclectic on paper, there’s a clear focus on returning to the classic Blackberry idea of communication and power efficiency. Instead of jumping into comparisons against other phones, we taking a closer look at two KEY features of the KEYone.
The Brand New Gear VR is here and we finally get a controller now. The 2017 model improves on last year’s headset by adding a controller similar to the Daydream VR controller from Google. Let’s take a closer look!
Our first guest episode! Prolific voice actor Yuri Lowenthal joins us to talk about one of the most successful found footage films ever made. A Spanish horror flick, let’s get into the gory details of REC!
When it comes to Listening to music you have accept that not all headset are created Equal. the B&O Play H6 V2 are by far the best headphones I have tested or used, they are wired and over the ear.
you cannot go wrong with this pair of headphones that lets share your music with a friend.
The LG V20 made a huge impression at launch, featuring some of the most robust multimedia features we’d ever tested on a phone. Seven months later, does this phone still hold up as a multimedia monster, or has this Kaiju crumbled? Here’s our LG V20 After the Buzz!