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Art With iPad, 2: Crash Test

Art With iPad, 2: Crash Test

Welcome to Obsessively Geek's Art With iPad Series. A series of videos showcasing different artists creating different pieces of art using iPads. Art With iPad 2: Crash Test features Querina Torres, with two of her original characters; Crash test and Jeremy.

3D Printed Moto 360 Accessories

3D Printed Moto 360 Accessories

After speaking with my friends over at Wearable Today, I was inspired to design a Qi charging dock for the Moto 360 smartwatch. I worked on it on and off and finally came up with a sweet 3D Printable Moto 360 dock. Because why pay $40 for an extra charger? When you can 3D print your own and buy a cheap Qi charging module for it, all for under $20.

Kindle Voyage Review

Kindle Voyage Review

When Amazon first introduced the Kindle Touch a few years ago, I mused that if Apple created an e-reader, that would be it. It's a statement that becomes more true with every iteration now. The paperwhite added the best backlight on an e-reader bar none, and the voyage automates that backlight based on the ambient light in your surroundings. All in the slimmest sleekest package I've seen in an e-reader that was this good, ever.

Roku 3 Review

Roku 3 Review

I've had a pretty good history with Roku. I had a first generation Roku, the ugly boxy one, with the remote control that looked like you cut a regular remote control in half. That streaming box was pretty great for a while. I was happy with my little Roku. That is until Apple released the second generation Apple TV.

Thoughts On Apple Pay

Thoughts On Apple Pay

Apple Pay seems to be the new hot thing ever since it came out in October. Mobile payments are said to be up in the time since its debut, banks are chomping at the bit to sing its praises, and somewhere Steve Jobs is looking down approvingly at Tim Cook. It's a fun novelty that I admit, I jumped on the bandwagon early for, but is it really all its cracked up to be? After using it for a few months in my day to day routine, here are my thoughts.

The Ridge Wallet 2.0 Review & Unboxing

The Ridge Wallet 2.0 Review & Unboxing

The Ridge Wallet was originally a kickstarter project that raised $266,622 on the original Kickstarter campaign, and then an additional $126,873 on a second kickstarter campaign for the 2.0 revision. I recently got my hands on The Ridge 2.0 and used it to replace an old leather bifold. I haven't looked back since.