Tiffani Buteau

Tiffani is a Californian who travels often and collects hobbies, among which are painting, surfing, learning languages, and touring Asia. Reviews for Chip Chick are a tasty diversion, less motivated by a need for incessant gadgetry, and more by a fascination with the organic nature of the human need to invent and love gadgets.

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    Vyoocam Clip-On Camera Picks Up Where Google Glass Left Off

    Vyoocam is a live streaming camera that clips onto any set of glasses. As long as you have Wi-Fi or a mobile hotspot, you can live stream with these. Hey, at least it’s not Google Glass, ahem, Project Aura. These are a tad more focused on the singular function of recording POV video. Say you […]

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    CHiP is a Robotic AI Dog That Plays Fetch and Soccer With You 

    CHiP is an AI robotic dog from WowWee that can play fetch, respond to commands and can even play soccer — all without the mess that comes with real dogs. Here at CES this year, we got to see what this dog is like in action. CHiP uses an array of advanced sensors and wireless tech […]

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    Brooklyn Bedding Review: My Bed Came in the Mail and I Liked It

    Brooklyn Bedding is one of an increasing number of direct-to-consumer online mattress companies (see: Casper, Endy, Leesa). Traditional mattress shopping is a mind-numbing and baffling task that combines the worst of garage sale haggling with the worst of used clothes shopping. You have to sit on countless mattresses that who knows how many others have […]

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    Jamstik+ Review, the Everyman’s Guitar Trainer

    Learning the guitar is a daunting task for many and a secretly held wish for even more, but the time and money required for lessons make it impractical for many. The Bluetooth Jamstik+ Guitar and apps take all those drawbacks away and throw in the additional bonus of silent practice. This means you or your […]

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    Orbit Key Review, Kill the Jingle of Keys with this Key Organizer

    Silence is not something you typically associate with keys, but Orbit Key has designed a brilliant key system that is compact, silent, and looks awesome. It is customizable, with add-ins like a USB key (pun very much intended), a bottle opener, and a wide array of bands. The design is so brilliantly simple, it makes […]

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    iRig Mic Studio Review, A Podcaster’s Dream Portable Set-Up

    The iRig Mic Studio from IK Multimedia has the functionality of a professional sound studio in a pint-sized package. We tested out this mic and were very impressed with how crisp the sound was, how easy it was to use, and how nice the app integration is. Available for iOS, Android, Mac, and PC, anyone […]

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    Sony’s Smart B-Trainer Review, Non-Runners Need Not Apply

    Somewhere, avid runners thought really hard and wished up their dream fitness tracker/headphones combo, and Sony’s Smart B-Trainer was born. It is a magical combination of Bluetooth earphones, a heart rate sensor, a curated built-in 16 GB MP3 player, an app, a fitness coach, a GPS tracker, and more. Size and Fit At about the […]

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    House of Marley’s Chant Sport Bluetooth Water Resistant Speaker Review

    At about the size of a to-go coffee mug, House of Marley’s Chant Sport portable speaker offers some big sound with a water-resistant design that makes it a great candidate for use by the pool, beach, or bathroom. Despite its almost literal pint size, the Chant Sport’s sound is quite impressive with two 4.5-watt 1.75″ […]

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    Goodbye Wet Dog Smell, Homedics’ Pet Plus Airmaster Review

    We all love our pets, but the harsh reality is that sometimes our “domesticated” friends leave some pretty onerous odors. Homedics’ Airmaster with Pet Plus Tech lends all of us animal lovers a helping hand, leaving our rooms smelling fresh with top-shelf HEPA filters plus two more filters. If you need a refresher on just […]

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    Creative’s Sound Blaster Roar 2 Has Ferocious Sound – Review

    The Creative Sound Blaster Roar blew us away the first time around — following it up wasn’t going to be easy. Fortunately, we’re happy to report that the portable Bluetooth speaker has been upgraded and is slimmer and better than ever as the Sound Blaster Roar 2. The Sound Blaster Roar 2 is sleek and slim […]

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    I Survived the Earthquake in Nepal, and then I Googled it

    I was in Nepal when the great earthquake hit on April 25. It was magnitude 7.9 and hit around noon, right in the middle of my blogging time. Needless to say, I stopped blogging and took cover. It lasted what felt like forever, but from the start to the last little shake, it was about […]

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    Handful Adjustable Bra Review, Sports Bra Done Right

    Handful recently updated their Adjustable Bra with some thoughtful touches. We loved it before but now it is more durable than ever. This sport’s bra’s same flattering shape stays, but now with better materials, and it’s also now made in the USA. What rocks about the Handful Adjustable bra is that it offers a very […]

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    Dell’s XPS 13 is the World’s Smallest Laptop

    Dell is announcing its smallest in the world 13″ laptop, XPS 13. It has a beautifully brimming edge-to-edge display that looks as borderless as an infinity pool. This little guy can keep going on one full charge for 15 hours due to its slender physique, all the while maintaining some killer functionality. Utilizing Windows 8.1, […]

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    Martian Smart Watches Are Exploding With Features and Wow

    Martian Smart Watches just got more fashionable. They’ve partnered with Guess to create five stunning smart watches that integrate dual mode functionality with voice commands for connecting with tons of apps and programs for easy notifications. They don’t play favorites, either—they are compatible with both iOS and Android. The new watch lines are the Martian […]

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    Sony Walkman Walks Right Into Relevancy With High Res NW-ZX2 Walkman

    Sony’s vintage Walkman is iconic, but it has evolved and is back in the form of the ZX2 Walkman. Designed specifically for high-res audio playback, it claims it can reproduce master quality recordings. We got to go hands on with it at this year’s CES. It does this using the S-Master HX digital amplifier, which was […]

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    Android Now Offers Microsoft Office for Some Tablets on Google Play

    The long-awaited Microsoft Office has made its way to the Google Play store. The wait is over. It is available for those users with an ARM-based Android tablet running KitKat or Lollipop with a screen size between 7″ and 10.1.” Let the efficiency begin. Right now if you meet those qualifications, you can get Excel, […]

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    Move Star Wars Holograms Using Brain Waves, No Really!

    Toy company Uncle Milton has always tried to stay on the edge of modern and relevant toys and games, and they certainly do so with Star Wars Science – The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience, where brain wave sensors in a headset read and interpret your level of concentration. We have a fair amount of expectation […]