Happy Saturday! Is your home’s Wi-Fi coverage less than perfect? You could buy a new router—or, you could boost the signal with a range extender. Basically, this will grab your WI-Fi signal and re-broadcast it. It’s sort of like a mesh network, but instead of needing an entirely new system, you can add it to almost any wireless network.
Fitbit is looking to release a high-end fitness tracker. More premium than other trackers, but less fuss than a smartwatch. Seems like a sweet spot to me.
Do you have a Wi-Fi router that struggles to reach every corner of the house, office, garage, or backyard? If so, you might need a range extender. A mesh system could fix the problem, but that requires replacing your entire network. Instead, get a Wi-Fi range extender to improve the existing setup you already have, that way you can work or stream Netflix from any room in the house. Read More »
I can’t tell you where or when I originally discovered The Guild, only that I binge-watched it over the course of a week. I couldn’t help but relate to Cyd Sherman’s awkwardness or fawn over how the show pokes fun at online games and gamers. Read More »
Project Zero is a team from Google tasked with finding vulnerabilities and reporting them to manufacturers. It’s not without controversy due to occasionally publishing the details of vulnerabilities before a patch. To that end, Project Zero will add some time to its disclosure period. Read More »
Even though LG has officially bowed out of the smartphone game, it’s still pressing forward with other endeavors, like its rollable TV. In fact, those in the U.S. can now “inquire to buy” the impressive TV on the company’s site. Read More »
The strength of smart home is the dozens of options that support every goal. The weakness of smart home is the dozens of ecosystem that often don’t play well together. Project CHIP, from Apple, Amazon, Google, and more, wants to solve that, and the standard’s first devices could launch in 2021. Read More »
If you’re in the market for a clean, minimalist license plate frame, take this one out for a spin. It’s silicone design keeps your plate from scratching your vehicle, and it’s rust-proof and rattle-proof so it’ll never fade, bend, or tarnish. It’s available in six colors—black, blue, red, yellow, white, and grey—so you can choose one that best matches your car’s color. The thin border protects the edges of your plate and adds a nice, premium touch without obstructing your plate numbers or registration stickers. It’s a perfect fit for standard-size license plates.
Check out Paul Blart’s new ride! Segway, the company that made ridiculous upright scooters in the 2000s, just announced its upcoming Apex H2 motorcycle, a futuristic vehicle with a hybrid hydrogen-electric powertrain. Read More »
It’s been 20 years since the first Harry Potter LEGO set was released. To celebrate, LEGO and Warner Bros. teamed up to announce eight new anniversary sets from the series, and they’re the perfect way to further explore the Wizarding World. Read More »
Fitbit will soon release a high-end alternative to its affordable Inspire fitness band, according to a new leak published by the German website WinFuture. The upcoming Fitbit Luxe looks similar to the Inspire fitness tracker, but features an updated OLED display and a stainless steel casing. Read More »
Hamburger Menu—or Hamburger Icon—is a term commonly used when talking about apps. It might make you hungry, but it has nothing to do with food. Where did this silly name come from, and what does the menu do? Read More »