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Google Chromecast: Buy it now, save it for the future
There are plenty of Google Chromecast reviews from reputable sources already out there. I want to give you the “real world” review. I decided to purchase the Chromecast for one simple reason: the three months of free Netflix just about […]
Need a work flashlight? How about a work headlight instead!
I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and their client. I recently took my son and made a quick trip […]
How to Connect Your TV to the Internet
Streaming Internet TV has quickly become the first choice for those frustrated with the high price of cable and satellite services. Though traditional television providers still have a lock on live sporting events and many first-run shows, a recent outpouring […]
A TV Your Child Can Enjoy
Today’s media landscape it monstrous, literally there are terrifying programs that are just not appropriate for children. Luckily, there are more ways than ever before to keep your children safe from questionable material. Get the control that is required to […]
[REAL-WORLD REVIEW] Three months with Windows Phone 7 / Nokia Lumia 900
The Nokia Lumia 900 was named “Best of CES” by C-NET, but that was waaaay back in January. In the fast-paced world of mobile phone releases, that doesn’t count for much today. Still, when I had the opportunity to give […]
How to hang a flatscreen TV
Wall-mounting a flat screen plasma, LCD or LED television is a smart and aesthetic way to update a room and make TV viewing more comfortable. Hanging a monitor on a wall is also a way to reclaim valuable floor space […]
[INFOGRAPHIC] One badass scientist
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[REVIEW] Let’s Go Glow Crazy!!
When I was a kid, I used to love glow in the dark toys. I’m not sure why, but I was totally enthralled with it. My kids are just like me. In fact, I still enjoy turning off all the lights and […]
[REVIEW] Team Logo Headphones & Speakers from iHip
The folks over at Zeikos Electronics recently added NFL and MLB team branded editions to their iHip line of headphones and speakers. They sent two of their items over to The Father Life for review – a pair of New […]
It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Lases an Eye!
Lasers. They’re very cool. And very dangerous. And that’s apparently something people need to be reminded of. When I was a kid, lasers were the stuff of TV. I remember watching Professor John Robinson battling rubbery-costumed aliens outside the Jupiter […]
New FM transmitter has trick up its sleeve
You’re probably familiar with FM transmitters, those small devices that plug into your MP3 player and let you listen to your music wirelessly on a nearby FM radio, such as a car stereo. But you’re probably also aware it can […]
LET THERE BE LIGHT!
Whether you believe man climbed down out of the trees and traded poop slinging for insults, or accept Adam and Eve’s eviction from Eden, one thing you have to agree with is that early man relied on Fire. It’s a […]
American Red Cross Night Light Shines Bright
The dark can be a bit frightening for young children, and there is nothing worse for them than waking up in a dark room that is unfamiliar. Fortunately, we had an American Red Cross Blackout Buddy by Eton to take […]
BlackBerry Tips: Do More in Less Time
You love your BlackBerry smartphone for its reliable push email, intuitive interface, and long-lasting battery. But even seasoned “CrackBerry” owners aren’t likely aware of the many keyboard shortcuts and other tricks that can help save time and irritation. The following […]