DC-Tri: The First Truly Universal Stand-Up Electric Trike

Launched yesterday by an Australian startup on Kickstarter the DC-Tri is a universal lightweight e-trike that doesn’t require pedaling, is maneuverable and has zero turning radius. It is engineered to be totally battery-powered using green energy. Continue Reading →

2017 Austin City Limits Festival Day by Day Line-Up and Day Ticket Information

The day by day line-up for the Austin City Limits Festival (ACL) was just released, finally! ACL tickets one day passes to the festival will be available to purchase THIS Friday, July 14th. Below is a list of the ACL tickets options that you will be able to purchase on FRIDAY!!! Continue Reading →

2018 SXSW Edu Meet-Ups and the PanelPicker Process

The eighth annual SXSW EDU will return to Austin, March 5-8, 2018. It will consist of for four days of sessions, in-depth workshops, engaging learning experiences, mentorship, film screenings, startup events, policy discussions, competitions, exhibitions, networking and so much more. Through collaboration, creativity and engagement, SXSW EDU empowers its global community to connect, discover and impact. Continue Reading →

Portable Storage Comparison: Sandisk vs. Picture Keeper

As we kick off summer the endless dilemma is always lack of storage since we are in an age of smartphones taking selfies and videos constantly. I encounter this on the regular since I love taking videos and “live” photos. I had to face up to the reality and find a better solution to extend my storage.

It’s hard to decide which flash key or stick that will fit your personal needs. If you have an iPhone I found the market has more lightening cord wired flash drives than you think. What about the Andriod lover?  The three below flash drives are indeed compatible for Android including apps for both. I reviewed the below 3 flash drives and here are my findings. Continue Reading →

The ExpeditionHacks Hackathon is Coming to Austin During the Classic Game Fest in July

I rarely write about hackathons since I don’t even know how to hack, if I did I wouldn’t have nearly as many technology issues. The ExpeditionHacks event is the exception because this Hackathon is also during the Classic Game Fest in Austin who is celebrating their 10 year anniversary. Austin will definitely be full of geeks and gamers alike June 29th-30th. Continue Reading →

spin4 Crohn’s & Colitis: The Indoor Cycling Relay Coming to a City Near You

spin4 crohn’s & colitis is an indoor cycling relay to raise funds for The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, and to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. About 1.6 million adults and children are effective by this debilitating and chronic disease, including myself. Continue Reading →

Jaguar Land Rover Tech Incubator Cohort 5 Update

Today I received the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Incubator Newsletter and wanted to share with you all their new technology projects in the final stages. They are also now accepting applications for their next 3-month Entrepreneurs In Residence (EIR) cohort program.

Below is their Cohort 5 Update and also more information on the 3-month Entrepreneurs In Residence (EIR) cohort application. Continue Reading →

Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition Coming Soon!

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was launched in 1991 and introduced classic games like Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Mario Kart, Super Metroid and F-ZERO. I remember it like yesterday when my original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and its gaming cartridges became obsolete as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was launched. Everyone HAD to have it and seemed to be an over-night success. The console introduced advanced graphics and audio to be competitive with current gaming console on the market like Sega. The development of a variety of enhancement chips integrated in game cartridges helped to keep it competitive in the marketplace. Soon the SNES became the best-selling console of the 16-bit era and remained popular well into the 32-bit era of its time. Continue Reading →

OWC USB-C Dock Review

I received the OWC USB-C Dock to review and did not know what to expect since I haven’t used a dock for my PC in ages! The OWC USB-C Dock features 10 ports complete with five USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, two high-power charging ports and one USB-C port that users can reconnect and charge their devices. Continue Reading →

SanDisk Connect 256GB USB 2.0 Type A Wireless Stick Review

The SanDisk Connect™ Wireless Stick allows users to access media or transfer large files, stream HD videos and music, save and share photos and videos to and from your mobile device. Delivering up to 256GB of extra capacity in a small flash drive. Continue Reading →