A good webcam is more important than ever right now. Whether you’re a Twitch streamer or just looking for a quality option to use for your daily work meetings, Dell’s new 4K Ultrasharp Webcam is hard to beat.
The slim, impressive webcam offers DSLR-like video quality with HDR support and lots of other spectacular AI-powered features that’ll make you feel like the next Spielberg. We are all aflutter over it and wish we had some for our own work meetings!
Western Digital is facepalming right now over its recent flub. One of its devs recently deleted code that would have prevented the global My Book Live wiping.
Microsoft quietly removed the PC Health Check app for the foreseeable future, so don’t bother trying to see if your PC is compatible with Windows 11.
Dust off your old Game Boy cartridges and play them on your computer with this adorable little adapter. Did I mention it works with Game Boy Camera? Wowsa!
If you’ve been wishing for a laptop that is more screen than body, the new HP Pavilion Aero 13 has (almost) achieved that. It’s also the lightest consumer laptop ever!
Capturing a high-quality video stream is more important than ever, but finding an appropriately priced 4K webcam isn’t an easy task. That’s why Dell is launching its $200 Ultrasharp Webcam, a 4K HDR external camera inspired by DSLR technology and equipped with a back-illuminated Sony STARVIS CMOS sensor that performs well in low-light conditions. Read More »
Augmented reality, or AR for short, lets you virtually experiment with and manipulate the real world through technology. You’ve probably seen AR at work in popular games for both Android and iOS, but there are so many other cool apps that use it, too. Read More »
While 4K Dolby Vision gaming HDR technology is available for the Xbox Series S and X, most gamers don’t have a TV that supports these features. Some new TVs can do 4K 120 Hz, and some can do Dolby Vision, but until today most couldn’t do both. Read More »
Got a box or two of your old Game Boy cartridges lying around? Well, thanks to this clever new device—dubbed the GB Operator—it’s time to dust your cartridges off, as the slick adapter lets you play your cherished games right on your computer. Read More »
Some high-end Windows laptops come with 120Hz display panels, which offer incredibly smooth animations when scrolling, watching movies, or crafting digital artwork. But high refresh rate displays can take a toll on battery life. That’s why Microsoft is introducing a battery-saving Dynamic Refresh Rate (DRR) feature to Windows 11. Read More »
If you’re looking for another game to play during family game night, why not return to a classic like Uno? The game comes in a modern tin with bold colors, and includes all of the classic cards with the addition of customizable wild cards that let you add your own rules like “swap hands.” The game is perfect for kids (age 7 and up) and adults alike, and is a must-have for any board and card game collection and honestly, also for vacations and road trips. The set comes with 112 cards total and an instructions booklet.
If you’ve been on the fence about getting Disney+, you might not want to pass up this deal. Amazon is giving all Music Unlimited subscribers in the U.S. and Canada free access to the popular video streaming service—up to six months! Read More »
Samsung’s folding phones continue to evolve, and now we have our first official-looking renders of the fancy Galaxy Z Flip 3. As seen here, Samsung’s compact clamshell smartphone could arrive next month with a neat new two-tone design and a larger cover display on the outside. Read More »
HP just announced the Pavilion Aero 13, a $750 laptop optimized for portability and streaming. At just 2.18 pounds, it’s HP’s lightest consumer laptop yet, and it’s the first Pavilion laptop with an immersive 90% screen to body ratio. Read More »
Amazon’s latest venture is an awesome new feature for its Kids Plus service called Reading Sidekick. The feature is designed to assist kids in building their reading skills, either by reading aloud to them or by listening to them read to ensure they pronounce words correctly. Read More »
Back in 2017, Konami and Tencent’s TiMi Studios released Contra Returns, a free-to-play mobile game featuring classic Contra gameplay with new storylines and over 200 levels. Problem is, Contra Returns never made its way out of Asia. It’s now set to release in the North America, Europe, and Latin America on July 26th for Android and iOS devices. Read More »
Microsoft is continuing its inexplicable efforts to dig itself into a hole by temporarily removing the PC Health Check app, thus preventing users from checking to see whether or not their computer will be compatible with Windows 11. The company says the app will return “this fall.” Read More »
A Western Digital developer removed code that would have prevented last week’s mass wiping of My Book Live storage drives, according to a report from Ars Technica. A hacker exploited this change in code, likely to disrupt another hacker who had turned some My Book Live devices into a botnet. Read More »
Just one week after delaying the release of its first product, Nothing now says that it will host an Ear 1 launch event on July 27th at 9 AM EST. Still, we know next to nothing about the Ear 1 earbuds, as Carl Pei and the Nothing company haven’t shared product images, specs, features, or pricing. Read More »
Paranormal happenings, psychological thrillers, and zombie threats are just some of the options Netflix is serving up in the vast, creepy world of horror. Here are 10 of the best Netflix original horror TV shows and movies. Read More »