Unless you’re 20 years old (or a baby), you’re probably interested in getting a better night’s sleep. Sleep tracking may be able to unlock vital information that can potentially help you get a better night’s sleep!
Sleep tracking devices can help you figure out why you slept poorly, like how much REM sleep you got. But you’ll need to make sure you’re using the right kind of device, and that you know what to do with the information. Fortunately, our Editor in Chief Cam did a bunch of the research for you. Come read his insightful results!
The Google TV Android app just added support for even more streaming services. Now it’ll show you a wider variety of content recommendations. Woohoo!
Samsung’s New Odyssey Neo G9 gaming monitor is here, and wow is it impressive. And gigantic. And plum full of jaw-dropping specs. You’ll have to see it to believe it.
I’ve been fascinated by sleep tracking for a couple of years now. I’m a metric nerd, so if something can be quantified, I want to see it quantified. While I’ve been tracking my sleep for years, I’ve been testing and comparing three different trackers for the last several weeks. Here’s what I’ve learned. Read More »
Facebook has initiated a voluntary safety recall for its Oculus Quest 2, specifically for its removable foam facial interface. The recall is happening “in coordination with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC),” the company said in a statement. Read More »
Those who want to get a full exercise at home with help from a trainer are often told to buy a Peloton, which isn’t exactly a cost-effective solution. Thankfully, MYXfitness’ newly launched MYX II connected bike provides live and on-demanding exercise courses at a much more acceptable price—$1,600 for the bike and just $30 a month for an OpenFit or Beachbody on Demand subscription. Read More »
In perhaps what has been the worst kept secret in the history of Arcade1Up, today the company announced its latest arcade cabinet. Sing it with me! Thhhhheee Siiiiiiiimpsoooooons! You can pre-order The Simpsons on August 16th, and it will even come with a second game. Read More »
Fitbit just shared a photo of its latest wearable tracker, which is codenamed “Morgan.” The device shares several similarities with the company’s premium Luxe tracker, which Fitbit released this past April. Now, “Morgan” looks like it could possibly be the Charge 5. Read More »
Starbucks is awesome and all, but sometimes a homemade latte just sounds better. With this automatic foam maker, you can create luxurious cappuccinos, lattes, hot cocoa, flat whites, and macchiatos without leaving your home (or dealing with DoorDash). The frother can heat up to 8.1 ounces (241ml). It’s made of stainless steel with a non-stick interior for easy, hygienic cleaning. It also features an angled spout for clean pours without spillage. It’s also equipped with Strix Temperature Controls and automatically switches off once the milk foam is ready.
How do you follow up an epic behemoth monitor like the Odyssey G9 Curved Gaming monitor? You pack it with next-gen tech found in high-end TVs. The Odyssey Neo G9 takes everything great about the original and amps it up with Mini LED, lighting effects, and a giant $2,500 price. Read More »
ZTE’s first attempt at an under-display smartphone camera was generally well-received, especially among customers who rarely take selfies. So, why not go for round two? ZTE just announced the new Axon 30 5G, a smartphone with well-rounded specs, a sensible price tag, and a second-gen under-display selfie cam. Read More »
It’s about time Android smartphones get some magnetic charging love! But which phone will be the first to get the feature? It might be the Realme Flash. The company just teased its sleek new flagship phone, which will debut alongside its MagDart wireless charger. Read More »
Foldable phones are known for their fragility, but Samsung may add water resistance to its upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3. In fact, a new leak from Evan Blass suggests that the phones will feature an IPX8 rating, meaning that they can be fully submerged in water without taking any damage—how is that possible? Read More »
In what may seem like a lifetime ago, former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced Nothing, a new company with a confident (yet vague) vision and zero products. After wading through months of teasers and manifestos, we finally know everything about the Ear 1 earbuds, including specs, pricing, and a release date. Read More »
Remember last year, when Tesla said it was going to push back the arrival date of its futuristic Semi truck until this year? Well, Tesla just did it again. Now, the Semi won’t isn’t slated to hit the road until sometime in 2022, according to the company’s most recent earnings call. Read More »
A surprise update to the Google TV Android app adds support for more streaming services, allowing you to see content recommendations from Cartoon Network, PBS, Philo, and more on your mobile device. Rotten Tomatoes scores also arrive on the Google TV app through this update, plus the ability to mark shows as “watched.” Read More »
A new blog post from Samsung gives us a first look at some new products ahead of the August 11th Unpacked event, including the first S Pen “designed specifically for foldable phones.” While fresh leaks confirm that this S Pen will work with the Galaxy Z Fold 3, support for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 is still in question. Read More »
Android 12‘s most noticeable feature is the new “Material You” UI with system-wide color theming. Simply change your wallpaper, and the phone’s UI matches the colors. A smartphone OS of yesteryear had a similar idea years ago, and it was great. 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 »
There are many Android phones to choose from, and the biggest producer of those phones is Samsung. It makes many popular phones, but also some you may not know about. We’ll show you the best ones out there. Read More »
Whether you’re planning out your next trip or just want to travel the globe from the comfort of home these books can help. Visit beautiful, exciting far-flung places all over the world with the fascinating characters in these classic titles. Read More »