Happy Saturday! Y’all wanna play some games? I mean, what else are you supposed to do when you’re sitting around staring at your phone for three or four solid hours? I have an idea: play a game that you can finish in one sitting. It’s pretty satisfying, and fortunately for you, we have a collection of the best time-killers that you can finish in a snap.
If you’re a YouTube TV subscriber, your Google Play and Movies Anywhere flicks now have a home in YTTV.
A couple of Hyundai EVs are getting recalled because they’re, uh, they’re catching fire. Not cool.
The original iPad was supposed to have two 30-pin connectors—one on the side, one on the bottom. New images of a prototype have been shared by an Apple device collector showing it off. It’s pretty awesome.
Love old tools and junk like that? Then you should watch my mechanics with us this week. It’s pretty great. Relaxing, too!
When there’s a few hours of your day left empty, mobile games are a great way to fill them. But so many titles ask tens, or even hundreds of hours out of you to fully enjoy them, so let’s give a spotlight to the titles that respect your time more. Read More »
Sometimes, I get on YouTube with a specific video or topic in mind. Other times, I leave things up to fate by clicking on tons of random videos and seeing all that YouTube has to offer me. The method isn’t always fruitful, but I recently struck gold when I stumbled upon a channel called my mechanics. Read More »
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to ride a train, you understand what I mean when I say there’s no other experience quite like it. Train enthusiast Jason Shron gets this, perhaps better than most. After all, he simulated a train ride on a model train in his basement, and the footage is amazing. Read More »
The iPad has come a long way since its inception—from a simple tablet to an arguable productivity machine. But photos of a first gen iPad prototype show that Apple always had its sights on productivity, because the iPad originally had two 30-pin ports. Read More »
If you have a 2019 or 2020 Hyundai Kona, or a 2020 Hyundai Ioniq electric vehicle, it may be recalled. The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued the recall after more than a dozen battery fire reports. You might want to park away from the garage. Read More »
YouTube TV now provides instant access to all your movies with a new “Purchased” category. Available now in the YouTube TV app, the “Purchased” section brings together movies bought on YouTube, and Google Play, and other Google services. It also includes movies associated with your Movies Anywhere account. Read More »
We can all use more Star Wars, and with The Mandalorian on break, it’s a long wait before we get anything new. So how about something old? The Star Wars Vintage Collection arrived on Disney+ today and features classic cartoons and films unseen for decades. Read More »
If you own a Google or Nest Wifi mesh kit, get ready for a change. In an email sent out to users, Google says it will discontinue the Google Wifi app and move all users over to Google Home. The Google Wifi app will disappear entirely in June. Read More »
Google TV devices, like the Chromecast with Google TV, are great at surfacing content to watch, but not all of that content is family-friendly. Thankfully, you can set up a specific profile for your kids, complete with parental controls. Read More »
Wouldn’t it be great if we could make smartphones more power efficient and get more use from a single charge? That’s exactly the idea behind LTPO display technology used by Apple and Samsung. Here’s what to expect from the touchscreens of tomorrow. Read More »