Pet cams are a convenient way to make sure your fur babies are safe (and staying out of mischief) while you’re not home. Check out our roundup of best pet cams that not only entertain and calm your pet down, but give you peace of mind.
Thanks to our ever present smartphones it’s easier than ever to snap tons of photos. But what about those times when you want to print one out though? We’ve tracked down some of the best ultra portable photo printers out there so you can snap and print on the go.
Sure, your voice assistant can play just about any music you can ask for, but there’s a tactile pleasure of using a jukebox to browse for music and pick what you want to play. One guy decided to get that feeling back with an array of RFID-enabled cards that you can use to play albums.
YouTube user hoveeman printed a collection of cards depicting his favorite albums–ranging from Adele and N*Sync to the soundtracks to The Greatest Showman and Trolls–with each card containing an RFID chip. Tap the card on the side of the table and an RFID reader will scan it and send a command to his Google Home system and start playing music through all the connected speakers (including his soundbar on the TV).
You can see it in action in the video above and it looks excellent. Instead of trying to remember exactly which album you want to hear, hoveeman’s system lets you browse for something you feel like listening to. It feels a bit like a jukebox, with a modern twist. Of course it’s worth pointing out that while Google Home can restrict access to only recognized voices, anyone can use these RFID cards. So if you want to try this system for yourself (you can check out the GitHub project here if you’re feeling adventurous), just be sure you don’t include any music cards that you don’t want your party guests blasting throughout the house on a whim.
The built-in USB ports in cars are notoriously under powered (and for anybody with multiple gadgets and passengers, notoriously under abundant). Stop wasting time with your car’s built-in ports and start using these high power aftermarket chargers.
Whether you’re buying Nintendo Switch games for yourself or your kids, you’re faced with the dilemma of buying physical or digital games. We’ve got a point-by-point breakdown of the benefits (and pitfalls) of both so you can make an informed choice.
There’s a time and place for incredibly high-end headphones, but maybe running in a busy city or slamming heavy weights in a packed, noisy gym isn’t it. We’ve rounded up some sounds-good-enough earbuds that have gym-worthy features that’ll see you through a workout without breaking the bank.