Brooklyn Cloth Launches Their New PRIDE Collection

Brooklyn Cloth just unveiled their PRIDE Collection with a focus on awareness in regards to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community and what it means to be proud of who you are. The clothing line is centered around love, equality and unity, with the most iconic symbol being the rainbow because of its inclusivity into the community, welcoming every color.

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Donation and Volunteer Disaster Relief Sites that Help Flood and Tornado Victims

As the flooding and tornados have now affected 7 states thus far there is a need for volunteers and donations nationwide. Since the passage of a multibillion-dollar disaster relief bill was blocked for the third time we need to come together as a nation to help all those affected by these major disasters. Efforts are still being established for all the states but below are sites that you can currently donate and volunteer.

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The Equality Act Passed in The House Today, Now We Must Work for it to Pass in the Senate and Here’s How To Take Action

Today U.S. history was made when the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the Equality Act! The LGBTQ community has been working toward this milestone since they helped shape the first Equality Act 45 years ago with U.S. Rep. Bella Abzug. Per The New York Times, The bill, passed 236-173, comes as departments across the Trump administration have dismantled policies friendly to gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, like barring transgender recruits from serving in the military or formally rejecting complaints filed by transgender students who are barred from restrooms that match their gender identity.

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Newest Atari VCS Industrial Design Changes for 2019 Production

After their presence at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) and the new AMD Ryzen chipset upgrade, Atari announced their latest Atari VCS structural improvements and feature adjustments. We put together the short version of their latest announcement of the Atari VCS update.

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Product Review of the Pure Air Purifier

The Pure Air Purifier, a CES Innovation Awards honoree, is a portable filter-less purifier that helps remove unwanted odors and clean the air caused by allergies and pollution. The purifier uses negative ion technology to get rid of mold spores, bacteria and problem particles in the air that can make you sick. The Pure Air Purifier’s filter-less ionization helps clean air to eliminate odors, allergies and pollution. Since its so lightweight and portable, the purifier is perfect for hotel rooms, bathrooms, offices, or laundry rooms.

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Go Fund Me Campaign Launched for Capsized Duck Boat Survivor

Tragedy struck when a duck boat capsized during a storm in Branson, Missouri last week and 17 people died from drowning. Per several news updates they claim the storm came out of nowhere but that is debatable and something the authorities will need to tackle. Continue Reading →

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Looking back at 2017, Hi-Tech Chic had an amazing year of technology and fashion. We started off the year with a bang attending and covering CES 2017 including the Drone Rodeo. The fun didn’t stop there with GDC and SXSW. This was only the first three months of 2017! Continue Reading →

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Fashionista Gift Guide

It is always tricky buying beauty products or fashion pieces for the fashionista in your life. What’s hot? What’s their size? What’s their color? What’s the color of the year for 2018? What deals are going on for beauty and fashion for Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Hopefully, this gift guide and tips can help resolve some of those holiday present questions. Continue Reading →

iPhone X: One of the Most Expensive Smartphones on the Market

Source: Apple

The iPhone X recently was released to purchase for a whopping $999.00. To date the most expensive iPhone launched and quite possibly the biggest price tag in general for a smart phone. While the iPhone 8 was recently launched, the iPhone X is already stealing headlines but not as positive as Apple hoped. Continue Reading →

How to Donate or Volunteer for Hurricane Harvey and Irma Victims

Source: Red Cross

In our world of fast paced lifestyles people tend to forget that there are still efforts to be made for the Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma victims. We must not forget our neighbors, friends, and family that this disaster impacted because rebuilding needs unity.

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