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Review: Quell is a wearable for pain relief

By Ted Kritsonis

Dealing with chronic pain usually requires a cocktail of medication, physiotherapy, creams and injections to manage. Quell is a wearable device from NeuroMetrix that aims to not only impact one troublesome area in the body, but anywhere in it using electro-stimulation.

5 Great Business Productivity Apps

By Christine Persaud
When it comes to business and productivity, there are plenty of apps that can help simplify and improve the workflow process. Here’s a roundup of five great ones.

Stylish New Wearables for Women in 2016

By Christine Persaud
Late last year, companies upped the fashion ante with wearables, debuting plenty of options targeting the female market In 2016, that trend showed no signs of slowing down. Here are 5 up-and-coming wearables that will have females itching to don one on their wrists

Review: HP Envy 8 Note is a small 2-in-1 designed for note taking

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The HP Envy 8 Note and keyboard combination (US $429.99) makes for a lightweight and capable tool for writing documents on Microsoft Word, managing email via Outlook or various web-based email applications and has enough power for videos and some basic games.

Sentri’s all-in one home monitoring system points to the future of IoT

By Gadjo Sevilla

The Sentri app will enable you to access these compatible smart home devices so if you forgot to turn of your lights or want to set your smart thermostat to conserve energy, you can do it even while travelling, provided you have an Internet connection.

Gift Guide: Cool gadgets for under $100

By Ted Kritsonis

Black Friday usually signals a month-long parade leading up to the holidays for shoppers looking to find the right gift for the right person. Good products with real value don’t have to be expensive, and there are several good options this year.