Nicholas Echevarria

Nicholas Echevarria currently calls Shanghai home but is a Brooklyn native at heart. He writes about lifestyle, tech, and design and, whenever he gets the chance, indulges his addiction to biking and Hearthstone. Check out some more of his work at https://clippings.me/nicholasechevarria.

The Vue smart specs are the cure for the uncommon glasshole

No one can deny that the idea of smart glasses is pretty cool. Unfortunately, their design is usually awkward, painfully obvious, and kind of creepy, making what is an interesting look anything but. This is why the ...

The Immotor GO is the Tesla of e-scooters

The first and last miles of every commute are usually the most annoying, making any solution for them worth looking at for those sick of them. The Immotor GO is a new entrant into this segment, billed as a smart ...

Say Bonjour to easier mornings with this smart alarm clock

It seems like every day, a new idea for a smart assistant hits the crowdfunding circuit, and for good reason: The utility of having one in the home is only growing with their expanding abilities. While the Bonjour ...

Selfie Feet lets your leg go toe to toe with selfie sticks

Depending on who you talk to, selfie sticks are as popular as ever or on their way out. The Quin Media Group has its feet firmly planted in the latter idea with its Selfie Feet. Contary to its name, Selfie Feet is ...

Root programming robot helps STEM knowledge branch out

With the world becoming increasingly modernized, the importance of having children engage in the principles of programming as early as possible has skyrocketed. And while it’s easy to see the financial ...

Behind its cute smile, the Plobot teaches tykes to program

The idea of teaching young children about the nuances of programming logic is quickly becoming more commonly accepted. Doing so benefits all types of skills, from visualization to problem solving, and help ...

Helium smart light uses machine learning to light up the home

Smart lights are undoubtedly cool. What’s not is the time spent digging through a light’s companion app for just the right setting, or having an assistant like Siri or Amazon’s Echo misunderstand a ...