Helena Stone

Editor-in-Chief of Chip Chick, a native New Yorker, Helena holds a Masters Degree in Digital Imaging and Design from New York University. Helena has spent much of her career working in the social media marketing and interactive design fields. At any minute she can be found trolling J and R, Best Buy, or DataVision… hard at work at making the salesmen feel stupid. Connect with Helena on Google+

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    AKG N90Q Headphones Review – Totally Worth the $1500 Price Tag

    Born from a partnership between iconic musician Quincy Jones and Harman Kardon, the AKG N90Q headphones are not your ordinary pair of headphones. Heck, $1,500 for a pair of headphones is not exactly a common thing. So how does Harman justify the price point for these headphones? They aren’t just about being luxurious, and they […]

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    Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0 Review – A Tablet That Cares About Audio

    When it comes to audio, most tablets are inadequate. After all, have you ever tried playing an iPad on the train, in an airport lounge, or at a table in a crowded cafe? The unfortunate reality is that most tablets on the market have speakers that are weak and underpowered. This has helped the portable […]

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    Lumia 950 Review – Arguably The Most Productive Phone You Can Buy

    We have been testing the Microsoft Lumia 950 for nearly a month now and wow, it has been way too long since Microsoft launched a flagship phone. Personally, I have always been a fan of Windows Phone, going as far back as Windows Phone 7. But don’t call this Lumia a Windows Phone — Microsoft considers it […]

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    It’s a Sin Not to Watch Star Wars in IMAX 3D (Spoiler Free!)

    Having raked in over $517 million worldwide this weekend, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is breaking North American box office records — and rightfully so, because the latest installment in the series is a return to what made Star Wars great. You can clearly see director J.J. Abrams’ influence on the film, but as a whole The […]

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    5 Unexpected But Worthwhile Features of the 2016 Chevy Malibu

    The Chevy Malibu has been overhauled for 2016. This time around it’s lighter, yet larger, more fuel efficient, and safer than ever. It’s also got Apple CarPlay, which is quite frankly awesome. Here are five reasons why the new Malibu is a worthy upgrade over its predecessor. 1. Your Teen Can Drive it The statistics […]

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    Dyson Humidifier Review

    Dyson’s new Humidifier takes design cues from their popular and iconic bladeless Hot + Cool. But, it’s not all about looks — under the hood, Dyson’s Humidifier offers “hygienic humidification with even room coverage” that claims to kill 99.9% of bacteria, which is really important. Did you know that many humidifiers actually breed bacteria? That’s a […]

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    One Month With the Moto X Style Pure Edition – Review

    The original Moto X was a pioneer in a world of smartphones that all looked the same. The latest generation continues that trend by offering a plethora of customization options that allow each person to inject their own personality into the look of their smartphone. Heck, you can customize its backside with a choice of […]

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    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 (IMAX) Review

    One of the most anticipated movies of the year has landed, and it’s been a long time coming. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 landed in theaters this week, and it offers a satisfying ending to the series. Mockingly Part II picks up where the last movie left off. The war against the capital is […]

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    Beats Pill+ Review (2015) – Beats Just Blew Away The Competition

    Beats’ latest Pill is their best yet. The new Beats Pill+ is the company’s first speaker since Apple brought Beats into the family, and it’s clear that the fruits of this partnership have been juiced up and poured into the Pill+. The design of the 8.5″ long Beats Pill+ is not a radical change from […]

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    5 Reasons Why We Prefer the Moto 360 to the Apple Watch (Review)

    Last year when we reviewed the first gen Moto 360, there was no denying that it was a serious trendsetter in the world of smartwatches. The second gen Moto 360 has now arrived, and despite the fact that it isn’t a drastic departure from its predecessor, it does address all of the issues we had […]

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    HTC One A9 Review – So What If It Looks Like An iPhone

    The HTC One A9 is HTC’s latest handset, and it’s designed to attack the growing ‘premium’ mid-range market. You know, those phones that don’t cost nearly as much as the iPhone or Galaxy S6 Edge, but still manage to offer lots of value along with some haute looks. To that effect, the HTC One A9 […]

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    Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless Review

    With its unique shape and powerful sound, the Zeppelin Air from Bowers & Wilkins quickly became a best-selling iPod dock. Nearly eight years later, Bowers has retooled their popular Zeppelin speaker to be more in line with the connected home of 2015. The Zeppelin Wireless packs in not only AirPlay, like before, but Bluetooth and even […]

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    Rock Band 4 Review – The Band is Back and Better Than Ever

    It’s hard to believe that it has been 5 years ago since Rock Band 3 debuted. But unlike Guitar Hero 4, which has also risen from the dead, Rock Band doesn’t shake up it’s formula much at all. Instead, the same elements of game play from Rock Band 3 are all there. So like with its […]

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    JBL Extreme Review – Sure To Be The Life Of The Party

    JBL’s Extreme Speaker is not just another portable Bluetooth speaker, instead it’s a mid-size speaker whose goal is to become the life of your party. To that effect, turn the Extreme on and its passive radiators not only pump out crazy strong bass, but they also create a neat vibration effect that is sure to […]

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    5 Harman Products Announced at IFA That Will Rock You

    Plenty of companies use IFA to announce a new line up of products, and this year, Harman managed to announce a whopping total of 58 new products at the show. This should come as no surprise since the company is exploding, and is now a Fortune 500 company. In any case, here are our 5 […]

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    Huawei Mate S Doubles as a Kitchen Scale [Hands-on]

    At IFA, Huawei unveiled their flagship phone for 2015. And it just so happens that their new flagship device is a total iPhone 6 Plus knock-off, but that’s ok. To that effect, the Mate S is made of a full metal shell, that packs in a 5.5 inch AMOLED FHD screen with 2.5D Gorilla Glass, […]