Happy Saturday! When I was a kid, I loved Transformers. I was always more of a Decepticon kind of kid (still tracks today), but I had this recurring dream where I was falling and would be saved by the one and only Optimus Prime. All that is to say one thing: 8-year-old me would’ve absolutely flipped his lid for this new transforming Optimus. It transforms on its own! It’s so freakin’ cool, y’all. (And expensive).
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You can now use Apple’s “Find My” service for VanMoof electric bikes. Nice.
PS – Our OnePlus 9 Pro review is coming on Monday, so keep an eye out for it!
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The best part about owning a Transformers toy is … well, transforming them. But it’s also the worst part because it’s never a fun process. Hasbro’s latest toy will solve that problem for a lot of money. For “just” $700, you can get an Optimus Prime that transforms itself and takes voice commands. Read More »
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