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This is not a joke: Belkin’s WeMo line of home automation tools is the path of least resistance to entering home automation. With one cost-effective purchase, you can be controlling a light, an appliance, or anything really that plugs into a wall–and all without a specialized hub or complicated setup process. Take…(Read More)

It is no secret that I have been playing with all sorts of “smart home” solutions since its infancy – so when August was released I was drawn to it for its apparent simplicity and features. But, I had to go hands on to see if everything I read and heard was true – it…(Read More)

The year’s closing out–and that means it’s time for our usual round-up of the year in gaming. This year we celebrate the event with our first ever YourTechReport Gaming Awards. Nominated by a panel of…. well, me, and with the winners chosen by… me again, our look back will showcase the…(Read More)

The winter gaming release onslaught is finally upon us. Within the next month we’ll see Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Halo: Master Chief Collection, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Super Smash Bros Wii U, and the next gen version of Grand Theft Auto V. But it begins with Sunset Overdrive – the exclusive…(Read More)

With a name like the “Eyeball” you must be wonder what the heck we’re talking about? Kaotica is a Canadian company that endeavored to solve the problem of recording bad sound. With today’s cheaper price tags on recording gear, it still doesn’t solve the biggest problem with recording – the space. You can…(Read More)

It’s hard to think of a developer as entrenched in modern gaming as Bungie. For better or worse, Halo defined both the first person shooter genre and competitive multiplayer on consoles. The original Xbox would have been a footnote without Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2. Now, after years with Master Chief, Bungie has…(Read More)