If you haven’t already upgraded to wireless charging, you’re really missing out. Anker makes some of us our favorite phone accessories, and today they’re running a deal that makes a fast charging Qi pad extremely cheap, and it’ll work with most newer premium phones these days. The charging pad delivers 10 watts of charge, so […]
Come comment on this article: [Deal] Anker’s 10W wireless fast charger is really cheap today
Anker has announced a new Nebula Soundbar that wants to do a little more than just make your TV sound better. Nope, this soundbar is more in line with JBL’s Link Bar, but with Amazon Fire TV instead of Android TV, for better or worse. It’s cheaper, too. The Nebula Soundbar is a 2.1 soundbar […]
Come comment on this article: Anker crams a Fire TV into a soundbar, in case you really don’t like Android TV
Mobile wallets and mobile payment systems have slowed down now that we’ve got a few major competitors, but you still see new entrants from time to time. On Android devices, Samsung Pay and Google Pay are the obvious options, while Apple users get Apple Pay. Other than that, it’s hard to see any other app […]
Come comment on this article: LG’s really late to the mobile payment party, but finally brings LG Pay to the US
If you go back a few years and checked out the most dominant operating system on the planet, it was Windows with absolutely no competition. Microsoft steamrolled literally everyone else in the PC space, including Apple. But then the smartphone happened, and Microsoft kinda sorta didn’t really live up to the name that they had […]
Come comment on this article: Android beat Windows Phone, and Bill Gates really regrets it
A few days ago iFixit posted a teardown of Samsung’s currently unreleased Galaxy Fold, and they were pretty direct in pointing out some of the design flaws of the phone. Apparently, though, Samsung isn’t very happy with the situation, and they’ve pressured iFixit to pull the teardown guide from their site. There’s no better way […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung is really ashamed of the Galaxy Fold’s design, asks iFixit to remove their teardown
iFixit has finally published their teardown of the Galaxy Fold, and I really don’t think anyone’s going to be surprised by anything here. We already know the phone is pretty fragile, according to early reviews and Samsung’s subsequent delay of the device’s launch, but now we have pictures to back everything up. The only good […]
Come comment on this article: No surprise: the Galaxy Fold is really fragile and tough to repair, according to iFixit
We’ve heard plenty of rumours for a Google Pixel Watch dating back well into last year, however newly uncovered patents suggest the new wearable could actually exist and be launching this year. Ever since Google announced Android Wear way back in 2014 there have been murmurs of the company releasing their own exemplary smartwatch, however […]
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The Google Pixel 3, technically, isn’t a real device yet. Google hasn’t even announced it and it’s definitely not available to purchase anywhere. But thanks to some really crafty leaks, tons of details have been popping up online over the weekend, including a full unboxing video. This might be the first time we’ve had an […]
Come comment on this article: Google Pixel 3 gets unboxed early. Really early.
The LG V30S ThinQ was announced earlier this year ahead of the LG G7 ThinQ in a very odd move, but it still hasn’t officially been released in the US. With this timing, it looks like the V30S will be available around the same time as the G7 in just a few months, which means […]
Come comment on this article: The LG V30S ThinQ is going to be really expensive in the US
Internet access and quality varies widely depending on where you live in the US. There's a huge rural broadband gap that the FCC, companies like Microsoft and the Trump administration have said they'd like to close in the coming years and as Clevelan…
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Fossil is taking the same approach to its wearable tech as it does to its fashion-forward watch range, by updating them seasonally to reflect the latest trends. We’ve been looking at the latest versions.
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When the Bank of England released its first-ever “plastic” bill in September, it proudly highlighted its many security measures aimed at deterring counterfeiters. But this week a revelation about the new bill appears to have upset a number of vegans….
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Apple has filed patents for a myriad of tech stuff over the years, from VR goggles to a wraparound phone display to a tablet cover with a built-in screen. Its latest one, however, is for a paper bag.
If you spend a considerable amount of time reading J. Kenji Lopez-Alt's writings on better cooking through science, you'll come across his sous vide steak guide. I've read what Lopez-Alt and others have to say about the culinary method for preparing…
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Yes, they do look cute and cuddly. But seals also have powerful jaws that could do you some damage. With that in mind, and to protect the seals themselves, wildlife officials have told visitors to New England beaches to stop taking selfies with the animal.
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The Apple Watch, in its first generation release, hasn’t necessarily found widespread adoption (likely because of its hefty price tag). So to figure out what millennials think of the wearable, Buzzfeed surveyed its editorial department.
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We've all heard "print is dead" a few (hundred) times before, but it looks like print is still kickin'. In fact, it could be making a bit of a comeback. The Association of American Publishers, using collected data from around 1,200 publishers, foun…
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