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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    Here’s Another Official Shot of the Samsung Gear S2 Looking All Trendy

    Samsung has their Fall 2015 look book live on their media site, and we noticed that the look book has another shot of the Gear S2. It’s also clear from the look book that Samsung aims to target the fashionista crowd with the upcoming Samsung Gear S2. Their previous Gear watches were certainly more popular with […]

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    Seagate Backup Plus Portable Drive Review

    Seagate’s Backup Plus Portable Drive is all about packing in a lot of storage, in a compact body. Because lets face it, 1TB and 2TB just isn’t enough anymore – photos and video files alone can accumulate really quickly. In any case, the drive measures just 78.00mm wide, 114.50mm and it weighs just 541g. It’s […]

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    Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless Headphones Review

    We loved Bowers & Wilkins P5 Series 2 headphones, and now Bowers has done us a solid by making them available as wireless headphones too. Like the wired model, the headphones sport a closed-back design with rigid metal faceplates crafted from aluminum that are complimented by supple sheep’s leather. To that effect, the headphones scream […]

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    Moto G (3rd Gen) Review – A Great Budget Phone Just Got Even Better

    The budget Moto G has always been a good value, but some missing features might have held it back from consideration in previous generations. Not so with this year’s model, which makes key upgrades while staying incredibly affordable for a quality, mid-tier smartphone. The Moto G has a 5″ 720p 294 ppi display and runs on […]

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    Plantronics BackBeat SENSE Wireless Headphones Review

    After coming out with the impressive Plantronics BackBeat Pro wireless headphones, it was only a matter of time before Plantronics released Bluetooth headphones that don’t weigh your head down, and they are calling these the Backbeat SENSE. The BackBeat SENSE headphones have also been designed with a different consumer in mind – these headphones are […]

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    Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation IMAX Review

    Mission Impossible has always been the anti-bond, and its latest installment, really proves that sentiment. The film also contains signature staples of the Mission Impossible movies. That means lots of high speed car chases, daring stunts, an international landscape, and lots of double crossing. Tom Cruise isn’t quite the A-lister that he used to be, […]

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    Endy Mattress Review – a Softer Casper Alternative

    Casper has taken the mattress industry by storm by offering a quality mattress at a really affordable price, and now it’s facing direct competition to its innovative shopping model from a new startup called Endy. Endy is another mattress startup offering a very similar value proposition to Casper. So like Casper, the company is offering a quality […]

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    Xbox One Over-the-Air TV Tuner Review

    When the Xbox One first launched in 2013, there was talk of the console being able to integrate with your over-the-air TV tuner. A year and a half later, the Xbox One’s software has been updated for watching over-the-air broadcasts. So, cable cutters rejoice! The Xbox One is now the ultimate media center for your […]

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    The LG G4 is Nearly Perfect – Review

    The LG G4 is a unique instance where a phone manufacturer brags about releasing a phone with a great camera, and actually comes through. To that effect, the LG G4 has one of the best phone cameras on the market today, so much so that it can go head to head with the likes of […]

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    HP Elitebook Folio 1020 G1 Review

    When we first unboxed HP’s Elitebook Folio 1020 G1, all we could think was, since when are enterprise-laptops this sexy? Of-course, the 1020’s design is reminiscent of the MacBook Pro, but it’s also a lot thinner and lighter than the Pro, and it really is HP’s answer to the MacBook Air. To that effect, the […]

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    Finally a Smart Gadget Bag for Women, Meet Knomo Elektronista

    Thanks to a partnership with Elektronista (a.k.a. Christiane Vejlø, a tech blogger based in Copenhagen), Knomo has produced one of their most stylish and functional bags yet. Christiane had several goals when she set out to work with Knomo on this project. “On the inside, women’s bags look the same as they did back in the […]

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    Plantronics Explorer 500 Bluetooth Headset Review

    Not too long ago, we took a look at the Plantronics Voyager Edge UC and Plantronics Blackwire C725. While the Blackwire C725 was terrific for use with a computer and the Voyager Edge UC is great for switching frequently between a smartphone and computer for communications, both are priced at the high end. Plantronics new […]

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    Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with Windows Review

    The Lenovo Tablet 2 is one of the latest additions to Ashton Kutcher and Lenovo’s Yoga tablet series. And unlike the stereotypical slates we’re used to seeing, the Yoga Tablet series offers 4 unique usage modes – Hold, Tilt, Stand, and the pretty radical Hang mode. The Tablet 2 with Windows that we tested here, […]

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    Win the Lumia 1520 Phone!

    Spring is in the air. Unless you’re located in the North East – where it doesn’t feel like Spring at all yet. In any case, to celebrate Spring, we’re giving away the larger-than-life Lumia 15 phone running Windows. This smartphone packs in a 6″ display and Carl Zeiss optics. And there are several ways to […]

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    7 Reasons Why We’re Smitten with the Dell XPS 13

    When a PC comes out and folks start calling it a Macbook killer, that is a very strong claim to make, and even a harder one to get away with. But after spending several weeks with the Dell XPS 13, we’re ready to put our 2 cents in. And it turns out that we’re downright […]

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    Geek Fuel February 2015 Review

    Every month we review Loot Crate and Nerd Block’s geeky subscription boxes, and this month we’re welcoming a newcomer into the geek themed subscription box arena – Geek Fuel. Like Loot Crate, Geek Fuel, also pushes out a themed box each month, and February’s box has certainly impressed us with its “Retro” theme. This is […]

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    Nerd Block February 2015 Review and Coupon

    Nerd Block for February 2015 offered another fun cross selection of goodies which span several geek genres. It also included several awesome exclusives – such as an exclusive Breaking Bad vinyl. Here is what we found in our February box: Nerd Play Trading Card series – introducing the world’s best cos-players in never seen before […]

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    Date a Geek: Dan Cohen of Gear Diary

    Due to the controversial popularity of our How to Date a Geek Girl and How to Date a Geek Guy guides, we have introduced a special column featuring real life single geeks. This week, we have interviewed our colleague, Dan Cohen of Gear Diary.  Tell us a bit about yourself (Age, hometown, what you do for a living): I’m […]

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    Mophie Juice Pack Air for iPhone 6 Review

    We got a look at the brand new Mophie Juice Pack Air battery case for the iPhone 6 at CES this year, the latest in Mophie’s long line of external battery packs. Well, the Juice Pack Air for iPhone 6 is now available. Because as much as you probably love your iPhone 6, it just […]