by Radiris Diaz on December 28th, 2010
We haven’t written much about CES because we wanted to sort of keep it a secret – but it’s one week away so here is our announcement!
Radiris & Sylwia (& Mike from HardwareGeeks.com) will be attending to bring you the latest news on the hottest products to hit ‘the streets’.
We’re very excited and have some cool companies lined up waiting to showcase their awesomeness.
Stay tuned – more to come!! If you’re keeping tabs on the companies and there is one you want us to meet – email me at RadirisD@cutegeek.com. We’ll definitely try our hardest to make it happen.
by Nina Pena on December 27th, 2010
You don’t have to be a mom – read it before scrolling down…
I do a lot of shopping on Amazon.com – simply because the shipping is usually free on so many of the items that I buy (books, kid stuff, etc). Well, this week, as I did some last minute shopping I came across Amazon.com/mom. Despite not being a mom, I have many children in my life and having ‘someone’ offer gift ideas, or give me special ‘sales’ tailored for children or parents seemed really cool.
You can sign up to join this ‘club‘ for free and the best part is…YOU GET ONE FREE YEAR OF AMAZON PRIME…You don’t have to be a mom or dad – you just need to have some children in your life.
by Nina Pena on December 26th, 2010
I don’t typical post these on a Sunday but I absolutely had to because the best sales of the year (besides Black Friday) come right after Christmas and today & tomorrow are the last days to take advantage of most of them.
AFrugalChick.com is a good site to bookmark, and check on a frequent basis because of the plethora of deals that they post.
I don’t know anyone who loves to throw away money, but I do love to get a bang for my buck so I had to share this e-wealth.
by Nina Pena on December 13th, 2010
There’s this new site called SeatQuest.com (think Kayak.com + TicketMaster.com). Think of it as the batman of websites, coming to you strong, as it tries to fight off the overpriced ticketing industry. Cute right? If you want tickets to your favorite basketball team, or to the ballet, or to a concert – here is your site! SeatQuest.com
by Sylwia on December 2nd, 2010
Technology not only changes how we work but how we live, how we shop, and don’t forget…how we exercise! Ever evolving technology has provided us with many tools to help us get in to shape. There is a plethora of gizmos with variating methods to help reach personal fitness goals.
Here is a list of 10 gadgets for the fitness addict on your Holiday shopping list:
1. Apple Nike + iPod nano ($99): I know I know, many of you have heard of this or perhaps even own it. When Nike first put this on the market, I actually bought a iPod Nano so that I could use this. Back then I had just started running, I traveled a lot to various work locations and Nike+ was really useful. You can calibrate it to your running style (go to a local high school track to set it up!). It allows you to set power songs for the extra motivational push you might need and after your run you can upload your stats to the Nike website so try and beat your time or distance. I’ll let you in on a little secret…you really don’t require the specific Nike shoes. SHHhh!! I won’t tell if you don’t! 😉 What I did was put the sensor as horizontally as possible under the tongue of my sneaker, you can hardly feel it and still works great! The iPhone 4 has apps that track your exercise as well, but if you already have a nano and an extra 30$ you’ll save some cash instead of getting a new phone for much much more. Continue Reading…