Space never ceases to amaze me, and it truly is the final frontier. And while astronomers thought they had a good grip on just how large objects in space are, they just detected something even larger: gigantic cosmic filaments filled with multiple galaxies.
The galaxies are also rotating around the center of these tendrils, which scientists didn’t think was possible at that scale. Anyway, once again, I am left speechless by space and its many cosmic wonders and loved reading about these huge rotating structures.
RAVPower disappeared from Amazon without a trace after it was caught buying positive reviews. This news comes not too long after Amazon kicked other brands like Aukey and Mpow for likely the same issue.
We stan a good deal, and Amazon is offering a short-term deal that’s almost too good to be true—making its Prime Video channels available for $1 each.
Finally, Google is opening its first permanent physical store, and it’s super gorgeous and full of cool stuff—come take a look!
Don’t throw out your old Xbox One! Microsoft said it is bringing next-gen Xbox Series X and S games to the older console through xCloud.
A new scientific study found that tendrils of galaxies measuring several hundred light-years long are the largest known spinning object in our universe. These cosmic filaments are composed of multiple galaxies, making them—if you can wrap your mind around that—incredibly large. Read More »
Lincoln is following in the footsteps of Ford, its parent company, with plans to offer only hybrid and electric vehicles by 2030. The company will reveal its first EV in 2022, and expects that electric cars will make up half of its sales by 2025. Interestingly, Lincoln also plans to add Android Auto and hands-free driving to future vehicles. Read More »
ZAGG just released the InvisibleShield GlassFusion+ Canvas screen protectors for iPads that feel like paper when you draw on them, making them perfect for digital artists and note-takers of all types. They fit a variety of iPads, too, not just the new ones. Read More »
The Oculus team over at Facebook is busy improving the VR experience. Earlier this year, it added the ability to stream PC VR games to the Quest 2 wirelessly with Air Link. Now, it looks like that same feature is coming to the original Quest eventually. Read More »
Since last year, LEGO and Adidas have been working together on a collection of clothes and shoes. Now, the latest LEGO x Adidas collaboration is finally more LEGO than a shoe. Rather than being a sneaker with a few plastic pieces, this is a full brick-built sneaker. Read More »
It’s summer which means it’s time to relax out in your backyard all evening (or night). Make sure to set the scene for your yard with this moon crackle glass globe decorative solar lamp. In addition to having a fun and creative design, it’ll add a unique flourish to your backyard oasis. The lamp will run a warm white hue for up to six hours each night if it’s fully charged and cast a beautiful pattern across your patio, fence, or grass. It’s built from a durable, weather-resistant metal and is ready to use out of the box—no pesky wiring required.
Those who try to shop for power banks and other charging accessories during Prime Day won’t have a lot of products to choose from. That’s because Amazon just pulled RAVPower from its marketplace, likely for soliciting favorable reviews. RAVPower’s removal comes just one month after Amazon kicked Aukey and Mpow from its marketplace for what may be the same violation. Read More »
New York City is now home to Google’s first permanent physical store, and it’ll be open for business on Thursday, June 17. Though the company has hosted multiple pop-up stores in the past, now customers will have a place to call Google Home. Read More »
Prime Day is just around the corner, and we’ve already come across a few early Prime Day deals on smart home supplies and tablets. But today’s deal is a real doozy—Amazon is offering all of its Prime Video Channels for a $1 each. Read More »
Today Honor unveiled three new phones in the Honor 50 series, all of which will have Google apps support. These phones have a unique design, big cameras around the back, with one being 108 megapixels, high refresh rate screens, and more. Read More »
Disney+ launched at the attractive price of just $7 a month, and despite a $1 price hike, it’s still one of the most affordable streaming services available today. That may explain why, at a recent conference, Disney CEO Bob Chapek stated that the streaming service won’t offer a cheaper ad-supported plan anytime soon. Read More »
At just $200, the new TicWatch E3 is a fairly affordable smartwatch. Yet it’s also one of the most powerful Wear OS devices to date, as it’s the second smartwatch to run on Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor (Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 3 was the first). If you’re shopping for a Wear OS device today, the TicWatch E3 looks like a no-brainer … sort of. Read More »
If you still haven’t been able to buy a new Xbox console, don’t fret. Microsoft quietly announced to Xbox One owners that they’ll soon be able to play Xbox Series X and S games on their console via the cloud. So don’t toss out your old console just yet. Read More »
Color depth is a term you’ve probably heard while buying a TV or setting up a new console. It’s a unit of measurement that relates directly to the number of colors that can be displayed, and it can also affect image quality. Read More »
Smart home technology has improved at an incredible pace. It’s now easy for anyone to get into it without spending a ton of money. Controlling all of those devices, however, still takes work. We’ll help you make it easier. Read More »