Happy Star Wars Day! It’s May 4th, which means you should brace yourself for all the “may the 4th be with you” jokes you can stomach. Of course, if you’re a Star Wars fan, it also means copping some great deals on tons of Star Wars gear. The best news? We have a post loaded with an absolute ton of great stuff. Time to stock up.
The Bad Batch—another Star Wars show—debuted on Disney+ last night. What better way to celebrate Star Wars Day?
May the force be with you! It’s May 4—aka Star Wars Day—which also means it’s Star Wars deals day. And lucky for you, we found all sorts of deals on themed video games, LEGO sets, apparel, toys, and more. Read More »
The Vari Active Seat is an interesting product. It’s a standing desk chair, which is an optional “in-between” kind of seat for sit/stand desk users. It’s a third choice between sitting and standing, giving users more flexibility for those times when you don’t want to stand or sit. Read More »
On May 1st, Microsoft shared an upcoming version of its Edge browser with testers in the Dev Channel. Though it doesn’t have an official release date, Microsoft Edge version 92 contains several new features, including a native Office Viewer, Windows Search integration, and a tool that lets you send tabs between your PC and Android phone. Read More »
LEGO’s Botanical Collection continues its enchanting floral journey with the eye-catching new Birds of Paradise set. The set consists of 1173 pieces, and is a 1:1 replica of the exotic flower of the same name. Read More »
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to buy a Fire TV streaming stick or Kindle, or to stock up on batteries and Nintendo Switch games, now’s the time to pounce. Amazon’s running a sale on these and more. Read More »
Whether you’re baking, doing meal prep, or just trying to watch your weight, having a kitchen scale to weigh out foods and spices is essential. This one from Etekcity has a food-grade stainless steel design that’s easy to clean, plus anti-skidding padding that keeps it steady on your countertop. The thin scale has a tare function, and you can easily select your preferred measuring units (like ounces or pounds). And the backlit LCD display can be easily cleaned by wiping it with a wet cloth.
Conspiracy theorists across the globe believe that Apple’s AirTags, which don’t have a built-in key ring hole, are just a ploy to sell $30 AirTag-holding keychains. The tinfoil hat crowd is probably wrong on this one, but if you really don’t want to buy a keychain, iFixit’s latest teardown can help you drill a key ring hole through your AirTag. Read More »
Today, the regional supermarket chain Kroger announced it is launching a drone delivery pilot program in Ohio. That way, customers can order small grocery items and have them delivered by drone right to their doorstep in as little as 15 minutes. Read More »
The new iOS 14.5 update includes an “App Tracking Transparency” feature, which lets iPhone users ask apps not to track their activity across the web. But a new popup in the Instagram and Facebook apps suggests that Facebook services will not be free unless users allow the company to track their activity, a dramatic change from Facebook’s “free and always will be” mantra. Read More »
Anyone around in the 80s-90s probably knows about Tamiya’s popular radio-controlled (RC) cars. Most notably, the Tamiya Wild One Buggy. If you had one, as I did, you’ll be happy to learn that a life-sized model you can actually drive is on the way. Read More »
In an effort to offer the best electric and autonomous self-driving cars, Volkswagen plans to design its own computer chips. Similar to what we’ve seen from Apple and Tesla, VW thinks being in charge will offer its vehicles the best hardware and software performance. Read More »
What’s Apple’s three-year plan? A slew of new rumors suggests that the iPad Mini 6 will launch later this year, that the 2022 Apple Watch could gain blood glucose and alcohol sensors, and that a foldable iPhone may arrive in 2023. Read More »
The latest series to debut in Disney+’s impressive 2021 slate, Bad Batch, is a spin-off from the fan-favorite animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The series follows a crew of clone soldiers—Clone Force 99, aka the Bad Batch. Read More »
When you’re shopping for a VPN or otherwise looking into your privacy, you’ll quickly run into claims that your internet service provider is collecting your data and selling it. Is that even true, though? What are the rules that govern what ISPs can and cannot do with your data? Read More »