Holiday Gift Guide: Smart Home Devices


As we inch closer to the November and December Holiday season, it is time to think about the perfect gifts for your family and friends. This year will be the year of drones and Home Automation. In this post, we will focus on the many Home Automation/Smart Home products that will fill your year with … Read more

Garmin Edge 520 with Strava Live Segments

Garmin Edge 520 color display

Garmin is selling its newest Garmin Edge 520 cycling computer for $299 USD and giving you three months of Strava’s Premium service for free. It may sound like Garmin and Strava are just being very, very nice at first. The truth is that they are being a little nice and doing a bit of great … Read more

Fix Your Broken Amiigo Shoe Pod


The Amiigo was released not too long ago and the reviews are mixed as of right now. Some users really love it and find it to be a great tool to give insights into their daily workout and sleep routines. The Amiigo is unique because it is actually two devices.  The Amiigo has a wristband and … Read more

Gymwatch Android App

Gymwatch Sensor Android App

Gymwatch is the wearable start-up from Germany that released a device to track strength and motion.  Many customers were angry when they received the crowdfunded product, but did not have access to the android version of the app.  Only early iOS customers had access to an app with limited features to test and try out their new … Read more

Valencell – The Company That Powers Wearables

PerformTek by Valencell

Valencell is a small tech company from North Carolina that is empowering the next wave of consumer wearables with biometric data that offers unmatched accuracy.  Valencell’s biometric sensor technology has been clinically validated in earbuds, armbands, wristbands and more.     Their Perform Tek sensor is one of the only sensors on the market that is … Read more

Wearables – Are They In It For The Data?

Consumer Wearables are incredibly difficult to design, manufacture and ultimately release.  Most consumer Wearable software platforms are proprietary and take years to design and develop.  The hardware and software build out for wearables can be more unpredictable if the company building it is a startup.  Startups don’t have the connections in China to the huge … Read more

2014 Holiday Gift Guide – Men’s Edition


    Each Year the GadgetWhore staff put together a list of the items we want most. We are closing in on a little over a month until Christmas Day and now it’s time to release the list. All these items can be found and ordered on and full disclosure, we do have an … Read more

Moto 360 – How-To Guide's Guide to Getting Started With the Moto 360’s Guide to Getting Started With the Moto 360 You finally have your Moto 360 in hand, but you want to know how to do certain things.  Here are a few useful How-To guides and other resources that will help you get started. If you have any tips, tricks or videos that you made,  you can … Read more