We’re living in a beautiful time when it comes to televisions. Bigger and better TVs are available and the prices are generally lower than ever before. The TVs of today are devices that most of us couldn’t have even imagined just a decade ago. With so many great models on the market, you might be wondering if you should upgrade yours now. This leads us to a common question, “How often should I upgrade my TV?”
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ChatGPT is arguably one of the most hyped pieces of tech in history. Users can create stories, scripts, poems, and songs — or just talk to the highly advanced AI powering it. While ChatGPT is free, there’s a “Plus” version available — but is it worth the $20 a month OpenAI is asking?
Your fancy new electric vehicle or PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle) runs on massive lithium-ion battery packs and electric motors. However, if you look around, you’ll still find your typical 12V car battery or a lead-acid battery.
Ecovacs Deebot N10 Plus Review: An Alright Apprentice for Your Upright Vac
The Ecovacs Deebot N10 Plus may not replace your regular vacuum cleaner, but it’s got some pretty great in-app features, customizable automations, and an intelligent mapping and navigation system. Read on to see what it was like to have the N10 Plus clean my apartment for two weeks.
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Today’s Quordle Answers
Wordle was just too easy, wasn’t it? You probably left that behind and moved on to Quordle, the true “hard mode” of the word-guessing game format. But now you’re stuck and so close to failing. Don’t worry, we’re here to help with a hint—and if you really need it, today’s Quordle Answers.
Today’s Wordle Answer
Are you a huge fan of Wordle and absolutely stuck today? Let me guess; you’re hanging out on guess four or five and feeling the pressure. We get it entirely: nothing feels worse than losing your streak. If you’re not ready to outright cheat, we have you covered with hints and today’s Wordle answer.
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Dashlane Password Manager Review: Dashing to the Top of Our List
The Best Free Tax Filing Software of 2023
April 18, 2023 is fast approaching — have you filed your taxes yet? If you’re putting off this necessary evil due to cost, you might be surprised to learn there’s free filing software available online. Here are the top six programs to help you tackle your taxes.
The Best Peripherals for Steam Deck
Valve’s Steam Deck is changing the way we use handheld systems. And while you might think of the Steam Deck as a simple game console, a few peripheral accessories can take this portable PC to the next level, redefining its capabilities and opening the door to new possibilities.
Build Your First NAS Device with Newegg’s New Configurator
A good NAS device allows you to store and access files from anywhere, kind of like a cloud storage solution inside of your home. Plus, you can use a NAS device to power a Plex media server! But NAS can be intimidating, which is why Newegg is rolling out a simple NAS Configurator.
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FuboTV Rebrands as Fubo With the Help of Ryan Reynolds
Today the popular streaming service FuboTV, which focuses on sports streaming, announced a rebranding and visual overhaul with the help of Ryan Reynolds’s Maximum Effort Productions company and a few other big-name celebrities.
Adobe’s Firefly Creates AI Art Without Copyright Concerns
It had to happen eventually. Adobe is opening a public beta for its new “family” of AI image-generation tools, called Firefly. Many of these tools rely on a text input, similar to DALL-E. That said, Firefly is notable for several reasons, including the way it handles copyright.
I Read 143 Audiobooks in 2022, Here’s My Top Picks
Audiobooks are a huge part of my life. I listen to books the same way many people listen to podcasts and music. I can go through two or three titles a week. As of this writing, I’ve finished 143 audiobooks in 2022. Here are the ones that I enjoyed the most this year.
Ford Explorer EV Makes Its Debut, but Not for the US
After teasing its Explorer EV back in February, Ford Motor Company officially took the wraps off of its all-electric crossover SUV today. The new electrified Explorer EV is built on Volkswagen’s MEB platform and will be available exclusively in Europe starting at under €45,000 ($50,000).
Microsoft Adds AI Image Creation to New Bing
Last month, Microsoft introduced “New Bing,” an AI chatbot attached to the Bing search engine. This week, the company is expanding its generative AI offerings by adding Bing Image Creator into the mix, allowing users to describe the image they want to see and having the AI generate it for them.
Ecovacs’ New Robot Vacuums Are Tailored for Every Home
Ecovacs is launching three new robot vacuums, including a model that uses the built-in YIKO voice assistant that previously debuted in the Deebot X1 Omni. The new vacuums hit a variety of price ranges and should appeal to several different households—including those with kids or pets.
Jabra’s New Elite 4 Earbuds Finally Get ANC
Jabra is best known for its high-end earbuds and Active line, but the company also has some excellent earbuds at a more affordable price point worth considering. The new Jabra Elite 4 still comes in under $100, only now they pack active noise cancellation and more intelligent features.
Fightcamp Users Targeted in Email Phishing Scheme
Former and current Fightcamp users should beware of phishing emails. The home exercise company confirms that an “unauthorized user” impersonated DHL and MetaMask using @joinfightcamp email addresses. It’s unclear how this user sent emails from Fightcamp’s domain.
The IRS Won’t Text You, and Other Tax Scams to Avoid
It’s time to round up your 1099, W2s, or other forms to see if you owe Uncle Sam or are getting a big fat refund. That also means tax scams will be everywhere. The IRS will never text you, and even though criminals will try sending texts, emails, and more, don’t fall for it.
Windows Users Need to Update Outlook Immediately
Hackers are actively exploiting a critical escalation of privilege (EoP) vulnerability in Outlook, according to Microsoft. If you use Outlook on Windows, you need to update the email client today. Large organizations must consult Microsoft’s instructions to quickly mitigate this threat.
Ford Has a New Plan to Prevent Price Gouging on EVs
Everything costs more money these days, and that’s especially true when it comes to the automotive market. Due to the rise in demand and a short supply of electric vehicles, we’ve seen dealer markups and price gouging getting out of control. Now, Ford has a plan to stop it.
Windows 11 Puts You in Control of Default Apps and Pinning
Microsoft is slowly but surely improving the poor default app experience on Windows 11, giving users more control over the experience. While we’re all familiar with default apps that keep resetting, it looks like default apps and app pinning are about to be overhauled.
Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Cheap Cordless Vacuum
Thanks to their convenient design, cordless vacuums are a popular alternative to bulky traditional vacuums. But you should avoid cheap cordless vacuums. They aren’t great at cleaning floors, and when all is said and done, a corded vacuum is a more cost-effective and long-term investment.
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