Happy Friday! It’s time to get ready for the weekend. And you know what screams weekend? How about money transfer apps? Seriously, think about it—weekends are for going out with friends and, uh, doing stuff. Stuff that usually costs money. Then you have to pay each other back and all that. But who wants cash? No one.
That’s where payments and cash transfer apps come in handy. There are a bunch to choose from and it seems that everyone likes something different, but with our picks for the best, you should easily be able to pay everyone back. Or get paid back. No more “oh, I’ll get you back next time.” No, Mikey, you won’t. You’ll get me back right now.
You can’t buy Pokemon cards at Target anymore because people don’t know how to act.
If you want to get your money from A to B in these modern times, a payment or money transfer app is likely your best bet. While PayPal is still extremely popular, several other apps allow you to easily send money to family and friends or pay for goods. These are the best apps worth downloading. Read More »
As the Right to Repair movement continues to gain steam, a startup called Framework is opening pre-orders for its repairable, upgradable, modular laptop. Starting at $999 (or $750 if you choose the DIY option), Framework will begin shipping its 13.5-inch notebook at the end of July, though supply shortages may push delivery dates back a bit. Read More »
He-Man fans, unite! Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation is coming to Netflix in July, along with a star-studded cast. The series is a sequel to the original Filmation series from the 1980s, and is broken into two parts. Read More »
Today Amazon continued its descent into live sports coverage and announced a multi-year deal with the Woman’s National Basketball Association that’ll stream several games live on Prime Video. This follows a deal with the NFL for Thursday Night Football and Premier League soccer. Read More »
You know that friend who talks about moving to California but never goes through with it? Well, Waymo and Cruise are finally putting their money where their mouth is. After years of planning, the autonomous rideshare companies have both applied for permits to deploy their self-driving vehicles for controlled taxi and delivery services in San Francisco, according to a report by Reuters. Read More »
You don’t have to bust your budget to get a decent gaming mouse. The wired M612 Predator from Redragon boasts 8000 DPI, 11 programmable buttons with customizable tactical keybinds, 1 rapid fire button, and two side macro buttons for a faster and better gaming experience. The mouse has an ergonomic design, a comfortable fingerprint-free grippy finish, and five RGB backlighting modes for a stylish finish that’ll look great on your desk.
Smartphones may be the phones of today, but flip phones will always be the phone of our hearts. And now, the Nokia 2720 V Flip is launching in the U.S. via Verizon, combining the fun circa-2009 aesthetics with modern conveniences. Read More »
Cars are getting smarter by the day, and now Ford is finally ready to start rolling out over-the-air (OTA) software updates to newer vehicles. Ford says over 100,000 F-150 and Mach-E customers have received their first OTA updates, delivering hands-free Alexa commands, and more vehicles will get them soon. Read More »
Wireless charging sounds great in theory, but it’s only mildly more convenient than wired charging. You plug a puck or stand into the wall with a wire and drop your device on that puck. Now, Motorola says it will team up with Guru Wireless to dump the pad and go truly wireless. Read More »
Roku recently bolstered its offerings on The Roku Channel by adding 25 additional new live/linear channels. The new channels are currently available to start watching, and you can stream them directly from the Live TV Channel Guide. Read More »
After a month of chaos, Target is pulling a dangerous product and potential liability from its shelves—Pokémon cards. Customers can rest easy knowing that Pokémon, NFL, MLB, and NBA trading cards, which have sparked fistfights and elaborate heists across the world, are now an online-only fare. Read More »
For many people, the days of working from home and canceled trips are coming to an end. To help power our future mobile days, Lenovo announced two new “Go” branded accessories: a 20,000 mAh portable battery and a wireless mouse that simultaneously charges or connects to three different devices. Read More »
FragAttacks are a group of security vulnerabilities that can be used to attack Wi-Fi devices. Every Wi-Fi device ever created appears vulnerable, making it possible for attackers to steal sensitive data or attack devices on your network. Here’s what you need to know. Read More »