Are y’all ready for the next version of Windows? Well, ready or not, it’s coming. Microsoft announced an upcoming event where it’s going to show off the “next generation” of the Windows OS. What will it be called? Windows 11? Windows 12? Windows 2021? Actually, maybe they’ll do the right thing and name it after dogs this time.
We expect to see a lot of new shine on this upcoming Windows version—a better interface, refined icons, and maybe even a new Windows logo. If you’re a Windows user, there should be a lot to look forward to. In the meantime, here’s what Microsoft had to say about it.
Yesterday, we mentioned that Prime Day is coming later this month. If you’re looking to get in on the best deals as soon as they launch, we have you covered.
Eufy has some new security products to keep your stuff safe. There’s even a smart delivery box that every delivery driver will almost certainly ignore.
HBO Max’s new $10 ad-supported tier is live. It supposedly has fewer ads than other ad-supported services.
it’s World Bicycle Day, so I wanted to pay tribute to some of my favorite bike tech and some of the stuff I’m most excited about.
Good news Windows fans: Microsoft has announced an upcoming event wherein it will detail the “next generation” of its lauded operating system. The event is slated for June 24 at 11am ET, and will reveal several changes to Windows. Read More »
Prime Day is one of the largest sales events of the year, and it’s often the best time to buy discounted TVs, computers, headphones, and other high-ticket items on Amazon. This year’s Prime Day falls on June 21st and 22nd—here’s what to expect and how to prepare for the frenzy. Read More »
Cycling changed my life. Tech enhances my life on a daily basis. When I get to combine these two things, it’s truly magical. So I figured for World Bicycle Day I could highlight some of my favorite bike tech—things I use daily and things that I’m just genuinely excited about and haven’t gotten to try yet. Read More »
If you like Philips Hue smart home devices, then you may find yourself spending a lot of time in the Philips Hue app. Get ready for a big change, as Signify (parent company of Philips hue) started rolling out an overhaul to the app today. You’ll get new colors, features, and better automations. Read More »
Starting today, Huawei is back with the first rollout of its new HarmonyOS 2, as it looks to leave Android and those troubles behind. During a 2-hour long product launch demo, the company showcased several new products, new software for its phones, and much more. Read More »
A magnetic screen door is a terrific way to enjoy a nice airflow in your house without letting in a ton of bugs. The entire opening is lined with magnetic strips, instead of just a small magnet every few inches, so the seal is seamless; the Velcro-like strip keeps it attached to your door frame as well. It measures 38 x 83 inches, and only takes a moment to set up. The polyester mesh material is easy enough for kids and dogs to open. It also includes attached button ties on each side in case you need to keep the frame open for a moment without using your hands.
For about $26 with free shipping, the two different Wyze Watch options are a really solid entry for not a lot of money. But what if you want something a little more … patriotic? In that case, you might be interested in a survey for America-Themed Wyze smartwatches. And some better-looking straps! Read More »
After announcing plans to launch an ad-supported streaming tier, WarnerMedia has officially launched HBO Max with Ads for $10 a month. The company says that its ad-supported plan has less advertisements than competitors like Hulu, though it comes with a few drawbacks. Read More »
After first revealing its i4 electric sedan in March, BMW has now released more details regarding availability and pricing. The German car maker also shared details on its upmarket version of the sedan, the M50, and its iX luxury SUV. Read More »
Something is looming in the air, and it may be an upgraded version of the Nintendo Switch. Rumors suggest that Nintendo could announce the Switch Pro as early as June 4th, and with E3 just around the corner, anything’s possible. Here’s everything we know about the console so far. Read More »
In an expected move, LG is shutting down its mobile payment service in the US following news earlier this year that they’ll no longer make smartphones. For those unaware, LG Pay was a feature similar to contactless Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Read More »
Eufy is well-known for its privacy-minded cloudless security cameras. Now the company is stepping from indoor cameras and video doorbells to the true outdoors with its latest products. The company announced new outdoor cameras, including a solar-powered option, and a package drop-off device. Read More »
You should enable two-factor authentication (2FA) on any account that holds personal info. This is a rule that I live by, and I’ve long been concerned with Garmin’s lack of advanced security for users. Thankfully, the company is now offering 2FA for Connect users. Read More »
In the coming weeks, Fitbit will roll out a OS 5.2 update, bringing audible Google Assistant responses and other awesome features to the Sense and Versa 3 fitness trackers. The update comes as Fitbit prepares to launch its new Luxe tracker, though it isn’t clear if the small-screened Luxe will inherit these features. Read More »
Need a new TV? Vizio just announced its 2021 to 2022 TV and soundbar lineup, all with attractive prices and a renewed focus on gaming. Even if you’re on a tight budget, Vizio’s new TVs and soundbars guarantee that you can build an excellent entertainment or gaming space—you just need to dig through the dozens of model names to find what you like. Read More »