TechHive: Bose Soundlink Revolve+ Review

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I love music--my iTunes library contains over 11,000 tracks of music that I've purchased on CD or online over the past 30 years. There's always music playing in my home, be it on speakers, headphones or in my head. As such, I take reviewing audio gear pretty seriously. I want to experience the best sound possible in my life, and I want the same for my readers. 

After spending a good chunk of time with it, I feel comfortable recommending the Bose Soundlink Revolve+ to anyone interested in picking up an indoor/outdoor speaker with brilliant omnidirectional sound. It's certainly not the best speaker that I've heard recently. But it is one of the best.

You can read my full review over at TechHive

Macworld: Review - Torment: Tides of Numenera

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I don't often do game reviews. The time commitment it takes to play through a game, for me at least, is just too great. I might enjoy the work, but playing pretty much always gets in the way of other the other projects I'm responsible for. In the case of Torment: Tides of Numenera, however, I was willing to make an exception. It's the spiritual sequel to Planescape: Torment--a game that I lost days to at the turn of the century (man, that felt weird to type.)

I'll let my review at Macworld do the heavy lifting on my thoughts about the game, but I will say this: If you love a good story or long for the CRPGs of yore, don't hesitate, download this one immediately.