Computer graphics cards are one of the hottest commodities right now. There’s been an ongoing shortage (most recently with newer cards, like the NVIDIA 30 Series) and a surge in popularity. This has left many people scrambling to buy up any cards they can find so they can then sell them on eBay.
It’s a seller’s market right now, so if you’ve got any spares just sitting around that you’re pretty sure you’re never going to use again, you should probably sell them right now. We dove in and explored what is causing the shortage and to learn about its side effects.
Motorola will soon release the Moto G Stylus 5G, the upgraded version of the Moto G Stylus it released last year, and guess what? (You’ll never guess) It comes with a stylus!
The second phase of the Android 12 public beta is here, complete with enhanced privacy controls, a new Wi-Fi UX interface, and more.
There’s a ring-of-fire Annular Solar Eclipse early this morning for folks in northern climes, including the northeastern U.S. and Canada. Don’t forget your protective eyewear!
We’re throwing out our laptops and fancy keyboards in favor of this super cool totally awesome LEGO Typewriter. It doesn’t actually work, though, so we’ll see what happens.
Have a graphics card you no longer need? Well, you better jump on selling it quickly, because due to the most recent GPU shortage, this is one of the best seller’s markets we’ve seen in years. Let’s talk about why that is, and why you should get to listing that card sooner rather than later. Read More »
Spring brings the promise of warmer weather and newly blooming plants. It also marks the beginning of an exciting season of meteor showers and other events, like eclipses and supermoons. We’ve marked all of the upcoming showers and events through the end of summer and shared some stargazing tips. Read More »
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The past year made it crystal clear how important webcams are for all kinds of communication, especially work. Now, communications giant Zoom has gone a step beyond video calls with the launch of its new Zoom Phone Appliances—an all-in-one office desk phone. Read More »
The TikTok ban is over. But that’s not quite the end of the story. The Biden administration issued an executive order rescinding the TikTok ban, which never took effect. But the order does contain an order to investigate apps under the jurisdiction of “foreign adversaries.” Read More »
Keeping your tires properly filled is critical to the overall well-being of the rest of your car, so it’s a good idea to keep an air compressor on hand just in case. This DC 12V portable compressor features a digital PSI display, an LED light, and multipurpose nozzles for inflating tires on cars and bikes as well as devices like air mattresses, inflatable boats, and balls. It has a built-in auto shut off feature that turns the machine off once it inflates to a preset level. It also features a 11.9-foot power cord.
Samsung is working on a sequel to the Galaxy S20 FE, a fancy-yet-frugal phone known for its sleek and colorful design. While we still know very little about the upcoming Galaxy S21 FE, newly leaked renders from Evan Blass show that Samsung is building on the design philosophy that it introduced last year. Read More »
Following last month’s release of the public beta, Google today is rolling out Android 12 beta 2. The second beta release introduces a new Privacy Dashboard, updated Wi-Fi UX interface and moves us closer to the global launch later this quarter. Here’s what you need to know and how to try it today. Read More »
Nearly a month ago, Google launched pre-orders for a $25 adapter that would make its Nest Thermostat compatible with older homes. Now, Google is making the adapter available for free for a limited time and will notify eligible customers. Read More »
First launched to the public in 2018, Google’s ARCore-based Measure app is no longer available on the Play Store. Google will no longer support the app, which provided hands-free measurements of furniture, walls, and objects using a smartphone’s cameras. Read More »
Much to the delight of every writer-slash-LEGO fan out there, the latest winning LEGO Ideas set is an elegant typewriter. Finally, I now have a way to indulge my two true loves—building things and typing out lengthy letters for my pen pals—at the same time. Read More »
Last year, Motorola launched the Moto G Stylus, an affordable phone with … well, a stylus. The company is now gearing up to release the Moto G Stylus 5G, a $400 handset packing an upgraded camera, a two-day battery, and tracking features to help you find the phone’s stylus when it inevitably gets lost in your bed or couch. Read More »
By using two servers in this way, Apple claims that it will protect your identity “because no single entity can identify both who a user is and which sites they visit.” The whole proposition sounds enticing and seems like a good way to bolster Apple customers’ privacy—at least, for those who’ve already signed up to iCloud’s paid plans. Read More »
Apple’s iOS 15 is packed with enhancements to Apple’s Wallet app. With support for driver’s licenses and keys for everything from your home and hotel room to your car, you might even be able to leave your real wallet at home—permanently. Read More »