The best headphones for sitting at your computer or in your home listening to music may not be the best headphones to put in your ears while you’re jogging around town. Activity will make them fall out and noise isolation or closed ear models will make it hard to hear your surroundings, but you still want good audio quality for your money. Here are the five best workout headphone options, based on your nominations.
Whether you do drip, plunger, AeroPress, pour-over, percolator or use a pod brewer, there are more ways to make a good cup of coffee than we could ever highlight. Nonetheless, some methods are better than others, and you didn’t hesitate to let us know. Here are the top five coffee makers, based on your nominations.
iPhone owners have thousands of potential cases to choose from. Some are slim and protect your phone without adding weight or bulk; others incorporate extra features such as pockets at the expense of size and shape. This week, we’re going to look at five of the best iPhone cases, based on reader nominations.
Not every scanner is equal if you’re thinking about going paperless. You need a model that will handle all the documents, receipts and oddly-shaped papers you need to digitise, and preferably one with great software support to help you keep all that stuff organised. Here’s a look at five of the best, based on your nominations.
Not getting the sleep you need? The key to improving your sleep habits is a mix of good sleep habits and understanding the things that keep you from getting the best sleep you possibly can. That’s where sleep tracking gadgets that you wear, and smartphone apps that monitor your sleep cycles, come into play. This week, we’re looking at five of the best sleep tracking tools, based on your nominations.
Mirrorless cameras (also known as MILCs or mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras) offer a great compromise between size, features, image quality and price. Amateur photographers looking to up their game from a point-and-shoot can get the hang of them quickly, and prosumers looking for portability without sacrificing options love them too. So which are the best? We asked you, and here are five of the best, based on your nominations.
We’re all seriously bummed about Google Reader shutting down. However, while its departure does leave a big RSS-shaped hole in the universe, there are others news reading apps and services out there stepping up to replace it with syncing features and easy import tools to keep you organised. In this week’s Hive Five, we’re going to highlight five of the best, based on your nominations.