Happy Tuesday! Scientists have discovered what they’re calling a “restless” supermassive black hole that is moving through space. Why is it restless? Because black holes don’t normally move. In fact, they’ve been studying ten black holes, and this is the only one that’s moving. It’s about 230 million light-years away from Earth, and no one has any clue where it’s going. Maybe it just got bored? I can’t say for sure since I’ve never met a black hole—and here’s to hoping I never do.
It’s OnePlus day! Today, OnePlus unveiled three new products: the OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro, and the company’s first smartwatch, the OnePlus Watch. OP teamed up with Hasselblad for the cameras in both the 9 and 9 Pro, putting a massive emphasis on the photography capabilities of these handsets. The Watch has all the features that you would expect from a modern smartwatch, including a heavy focus on fitness. We should have review units in our hands shortly, so keep an eye out for those.
Today OnePlus announced its newest phones, the OnePlus 9 pro and OnePlus 9. The new OnePlus 9 Pro will start at $969, while the OnePlus 9 starts at $829, taking them somewhat out of affordable flagship territory. But for all your dollars, you get better cameras and seriously fast charging. Read More »
Alongside new phones, OnePlus announced its first smartwatch, the OnePlus Watch today. But while OnePlus is all in on Android phones, this isn’t a Wear OS watch. Instead it’ll run a real-time operating system (RTOS). But at just $159, it’s hard to begrudge a smartwatch with full workout tracking. Read More »
Lighting is one the most important elements of your webcam setup, but it’s often overlooked. To perform their best, cameras need a controlled amount of light—if it’s too dark or too bright, it can heavily affect the video quality. So let’s look at some simple, home-office-friendly solutions to this problem so you can look better on your next video call. Read More »
We can never get enough of Grugru (the youngling formerly known as Baby Yoda). And if there’s one thing the Child never stops wanting in The Mandalorian, it’s food. He’s a force-wielding, bottomless stomach terror machine. And that’s why this new $80 Galactic Snackin’ Grogu is the perfect toy. Read More »
SEGA’s Astro City is one of the company’s most iconic arcade cabinets, thanks to its unique look. When SEGA released an Astro City Mini replica in Japan, the western world could only look on with disappointment. But now, thanks to Limited Run Games, a few units are coming to U.S on March 26th. Read More »
With a nice set of whiskey glasses, you can class up your at-home happy hour. This set of six old fashioned whiskey glasses are perfect for whiskey and scotch lovers, along with those who are fans of cocktails. The glasses have weighted bottoms and a clean timeless design. Plus, they’re made of hand-blown lead-free crystal, so they’ll sparkle in the light once you’ve cleaned them and placed them back on your bar countertop. They’re also dishwasher safe, which makes for easy cleanup.
Samsung just announced its new 2021 lineup of high-resolution monitors, consisting of twelve monitors across three unique series: the S8, S7, and S6. The monitors are aimed at professionals either working in-person in an office or in an at-home office, and promise life-like picture quality, improved convenience, and advanced ergonomics for a comfortable setup no matter where you work. Read More »
Smart home envy happens to everyone, especially HomeKit users. But a new Bloomberg report suggests that Apple could release a HomePod with a smart display and FaceTime camera, a product that could give HomeKit a new sense of direction and provide a strong alternative to Nest Home Hub and Echo Show devices. Read More »
If you’re sharing your screen during a video conference, it’s important to make sure no notifications appear. This can prevent the accidental leaking of confidential information to others—or just save you from a world of embarrassment in your next Zoom, FaceTime, or Skype video call. Read More »
iPhone icon packs are everywhere. You can buy them on websites like Gumroad, and you’ll even see advertisements for them on Instagram. People have been sharing screenshots of their home screens with customized icons on social media, too—but how do these icon packs work? And what’s the catch? Read More »