It’s no secret that kids find bodily functions funny. That’s the idea behind one of the toys that the panel of pint-sized testers checked out.
Tech Producer, Christian Unser, and his pint-sized panel put some childhood toys to the test.
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Technology is constantly changing with the times. Back in 1996 when Chris Egert graduated college, DVD’s were first introduced in Japan. Now, students are being woken up by alarm clocks that vibrate their beds and have portable music players fit for the shower. Sasha Andreev, a Vassar College rowing team alum, is here with some cool college dorm products.
Samsung just released a smartwatch and everyone thinks that Apple is going to put one out too. Is wearable tech the next big thing? Tech Producer, Christian Unser, shows us that there are already plenty of gadgets out there that attach to your body.
The list you get from your kids’ school are pretty basic and the kids are expected to get the same things. Our producer, Kelli Hanson, found some things that showcase their personalities with these back to school products that you’re kids will “just gotta have!”
Have you heard of Vine? Well, 13 million people are using it and in five months it has become one of the most popular apps on the market for shooting and uploading video to the internet. Tech Producer, Christian Unser, tells us more about Vine and some other fun video ideas for capturing your summer memories.
Netflix has been around for over fourteen years and changed the way people rented movies. This got us thinking about what other subscription services there are out there. TCL Tech Producer, Christian Unser, tracked down a few.
In less than twelve hours, fans of the series Veronica Mars contributed, through a website called Kickstarter, two million dollars. The Creator and star of the series told fans that if they would contribute the two million, a Veronica mars movie starring the original cast could be made.
Tax time can mean digging out the shoebox of receipts, tracking down your kids’ social security numbers, and clicking “yes” on your software without actually understating the questions.
It was the dream of a lot of kids who grew up in the 80’s – to play their video games in the car. At least it was the dream of our Tech Producer! So he found ways to play games, watch moves, and take shows along in the palm of your hand – and he’s here to show us how it’s done!
One of the newest apps out there is getting the attention of a lot of parents. You take a photo, then text a note and send it off to a friend. Once the friend opens to view the picture, they have only ten seconds before it’s gone – supposedly forever.
Right now is the best time to be buying small appliances. So, if you need a new coffee maker, we tested a few out and are showing you some of the best on the market.
Having a smartphone does cost you money every month. But it also can save you even more money. TCL Tech Producer, Christian Unser and Super Saver, Carrie Rocha show off some apps that you can’t afford to be without!
It’s time to set those resolutions for the New Year! If learning to play an instrument is on your list, our Tech Producer, Christian Unser, has some techy ways to help you learn to play the drums, guitar and the piano!
Whether you have $50 to spend or a $1000, Eric Kahnert from 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS’ has some ideas for you. He has an exclusive list from Best Buy of the top 10 Hottest Gadgets of the Year: