Ben is an experienced industry journalist, now serving as Editor in Chief for news and features at Reviewed.com. Most recently hailing from the vast wilds of the American southwest, he is an avid photographer who is deeply disturbed by the lack of wide open landscapes in the greater New England area. Before joining the team at Reviewed.com, Ben honed his skills at a variety of other photography-related websites including DigitalCamera-HQ.com. When he’s not busy with photography, he spends most of his time on racing sims, weird science fiction novels, obscure music and film, and wasting time on the internet.
Articles and Reviews by Ben Keough
Great News, Everybody: The Five-Second Rule Is Real
March 13, 2014 – Turns out everyone's favorite kitchen myth has a basis in fact.
The Miracle Machine Punked Us for a Good Cause
March 13, 2014 – Machine's "inventors" can't change water into wine, but hope to change your mind about clean drinking water.
This $21,000 Grill Is Worth Every Cent
March 24, 2014 – It's the grill of your dreams, but chances are it's going to stay there.
An Unlikely Ally in the Fight Against AIDS
May 01, 2014 – This year's Dining by Design exhibition marked DIFFA's 30th year supporting HIV/AIDS research and treatment.
The 50-Burner Vulcano Is the World's Biggest Cooktop
April 08, 2014 – Cooking for a big family? Like, REALLY big? Try this cooktop on for size.
Opulent $26K "Table" Lets You Cook With Parisian Flair
April 09, 2014 – Legendary French manufacturer La Cornue brings much-needed style to induction cooktops.
Step Aside, Stainless: This Fridge Is a Whiteboard
April 10, 2014 – Think your kids love scribbling on the walls? Wait till they get a load of this.
Rumors of OLPC's Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
March 12, 2014 – Despite reports to the contrary, the One Laptop per Child project is alive and kicking.
Reviewed.com Weekly Tech Roundup: March 14, 2014
March 14, 2014 – Mammoth headphones, the California drought's effect on our diet, and the five-second rule: all in our roundup!
Netflix Fires Warning Shot Against Net Neutrality Violations
January 23, 2014 – Streaming giant suggests it could mobilize its users to combat bandwidth throttling
Fujifilm X-T1 First Impressions Review
February 13, 2014 – A break from tradition, and a change for the better
Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II First Impressions Review
February 13, 2014 – Smaller, lighter, faster, brighter, and generally better... yet still no RX100.
This Bathtub Is a Giant Bluetooth Speaker
April 09, 2014 – Why just listen to music when you can immerse yourself in it?
SciFi-Inspired Kitchen Lets You Cook With Light
April 11, 2014 – A tiny projector could be the key to virtual touch control in your kitchen.
The Coolest Ways to Store Your Wine
April 11, 2014 – There's an innovative storage solution for every kind of drinker.
The Most Beautiful Kitchens in Europe
April 13, 2014 – These stunning kitchens might be out of your price range, but you won't be able to get them out of your mind.
It's Crazy Where Some People Put Swarovski Crystals
April 09, 2014 – Pharrell's shoes, Kanye's wedding favors, and... your toilet scrubber?
Goodbye, Granite: The 6 Hottest Countertop Finishes
April 15, 2014 – The graybeard of high-end design is increasingly déclassé. Here's what's coming to force it into retirement.
This Farm Harvests Bricks, Not Crops
May 04, 2014 – Connecticut's Stone Farm transforms rubble into something beautiful.
App Review: Flickr for Android 2.0
May 23, 2013 – Flickr's new Android app looks as slick as its new website, but bugs and design inconsistencies are a drag.
Lighter and smaller, the new 600mm f/4L IS DO looks promising.
One of Canon's most popular pro lenses just got better.
Nikon's sending its full-frame lens lineup back to school.
These two full-frame zooms are perfect for Ricoh's upcoming DSLR.
Sigma announces new 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM Art full-frame lens.
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