What if you could play board games without the hassle of unboxing and setting up a board game? That’s exactly what Arcade1Up is trying to do with its Infinity Game Table. Josh has spent the last several weeks playing with the IGT and has some thoughts. Lots of thoughts.
The long and short? It’s good! It’s not perfect, but it has a lot going for it. HIt today’s top story for the full skinny—it’s a really cool product, especially for families and board game lovers.
I have a confession: my family adores board games. So much that we built a dining room table that converts to a board game table. We have dozens (and dozens) of board games. Does that sound like your family? Then you should take a serious look at Arcade1Up’s Infinity Game Table. Read More »
Apple has removed Fakespot, a popular app that detects fake products reviews, from the iOS App Store. The takedown was initiated by Amazon, which complains that Fakespot’s new iOS app poses a security risk and misinforms customers. Read More »
Fans of RetroArch, the popular open-source front-end for emulators, will be thrilled to hear that it’s officially arrived on Amazon’s Appstore. Users can now easily emulate games on Fire tablets without having to sideload the RetroArch APK or install a custom ROM with Google Play Store services. Read More »
Searching for Wear OS apps is a genuine pain in the neck. It’s a process that Google (thankfully) wants to revamp ahead of the “new WearOS” launch later this year. Over the next few weeks, Google will push a Play Store and Wear OS update to streamline the app searching and installation process. Read More »
No one loves going to the optometrist, and Warby Parker’s new vision app might save you from having to make routine visits just to update your basic prescription. It only takes a few moments to use, and you’ll take the test using your current glasses or contact lenses. Read More »
It’s easy for cables and cords to clutter up your desk. Keep things organized and easy to access with a simple wire cable caddy. This set comes with two black caddies, measuring 16x5x5 inches, each capable of holding up to 10 pounds of cords. The caddy comes with 10 screws and two trays and easily mounts onto most desk types, giving you 31.8 inches of cable management. Plus, its sleek and timeless design will always look good in your home office, and the open wire design helps boost airflow.
Security researchers at CyberArk managed to bypass Windows Hello facial recognition using a fake webcam that pumps IR data into a PC. The process behind this exploit is relatively simple, though it isn’t a serious concern for the average person, as it requires James Bond-like tactics to pull off. Read More »
Samsung just released a new version of “The Wall,” its ridiculously oversized MicroLED TV display. This upgraded model comes in several configurations and can measure up to 1,000-inches in size. Okay, so why is Samsung selling a 1,000-inch TV? Read More »
Everyone can agree that exercise is good for the body and mind. However, if you think regular old exercise is boring, Peloton’s upcoming in-app video game is here to gamify things and make your next cycling workout a little more exciting. Read More »
Five years after their release, the Bose QC35s are still some of the best wireless noise canceling headphones available today. But they’re starting to show their age, especially when it’s time to use the Micro-USB charging port—yuck! Thankfully, a new FCC filing shows that Bose is preparing to release the QC45, its latest iteration in the QuietComfort series. Read More »
The Chromecast with Google TV’s universal watchlist and “Improve Your Recommendations” tool are finally making their way to Android TV devices through the latest update. But there’s a catch—trailers will now play automatically when you look at details for a show or movie. Read More »
Klipsch just launched its first Dolby Atmos soundbars; the Cinema 1200 and the Cinema 800. The new speakers feature 8K HDMI passthrough, smart assistant support, wood paneling, and of course, eye-popping price tags. Read More »
Google Chrome releases are now happening every four weeks, which is great for getting new features, but it means each version is lighter on those new features. Chrome 92, however, includes some interesting flags and updates for web apps. Read More »
Looking for a good video meeting service for your small business? RingCentral Video has a great free product that stacks up well against competitors like Zoom. Because meetings are often longer than 40 minutes. Read More »