The only thing we love more than board games are inexpensive board games. There’s no reason you should have to spend a ton on board games. Plus, titles that aren’t super expensive make it easier to try out new titles and flesh out your game collection without busting your budget.
In fact, we love inexpensive board games so much that we rounded up 10 more board games under $25, including some brand-new picks and some classic titles. Come check out which new games you could be playing at your next game night.
If you miss Google Reader, you’re not alone. But now its spiritual successor just arrived in the latest Chrome for Android update. Come see how to enable it.
Philips Hue appears to be making a new lightstrip that could show off multiple gradient colors simultaneously. We hope it’s true because it looks awesome.
These old Kindles will soon lose their wireless capabilities, though Amazon will continue supporting them. Hopefully, your old Kindle is on the list.
Facebook’s next hardware launch is one we’ll be keeping our eyes on. Why? It’ll be a pair of Ray-Ban “smart glasses.” Please, Zuck, make them look cool.
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Here at Review Geek, we believe you can never have too many board games. We also know that they can be expensive, which is why we’re sharing 10 more amazing games under $25 beyond our original list. This way you can add some new titles to your collection or try a new game without breaking the bank. Read More »
Panic’s unique and experimental gaming console, Playdate, is finally available to pre-order. The crank-based console made its first appearance over two years ago and has left fans wondering whether or not the console would ever make it to production. And now, we have our answer! Read More »
Apple Pay just joined PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and others as an accepted payment method on the eBay desktop website. Of course, this feature only works if you’re using the Safari browser—sorry, Chrome and Firefox users. Read More »
Mitsubishi just announced that it will soon launch an all-new version of its popular Outlander plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV). The new Outlander is built with a new-generation PHEV system and will pack in better performance and battery life, along with more seats. Read More »
Back in May, Google’s Paul Bakaus announced a new Chrome feature called Web Feed. It’s a spiritual successor to Google Reader, allowing you to follow sites’ RSS feeds and curate the content that arrives on your Chrome homepage. Now, Web Feed is finally available in a stable Chrome for Android release, though you must enable the feature manually. Read More »
There’s a time and a place for TV stands, desks, and static wall mounts, but sometimes, an articulating wall mount is just a better fit for your TV or monitor setup. This mount can support most 13-42 inch displays up to 44 pounds—either curved or flat—from brands like Vizio, TCL, Sony, Samsung, LG, and HiSense. Hole spacing measures 200 x 200mm. The mount tilts +5/-15 degrees for an anti-glare setup, swivels up to 180 degrees side to side for optimal positioning, and rotates 360 degrees for switching between landscape and portrait orientations. All needed installation hardware and instructions are included.
Philips Hue compromises some of the most beautiful smart lights on the market, including the company’s lightstrips. But those LED lightstrips do have one downside—they only show one color at a time. It looks like a new product is on the way that will change all of that. Read More »
Amazon once sold Kindles with free, lifetime 2G or 3G wireless internet access. But as carriers prepare to shut down their 2G and 3G towers, Amazon is warning longtime customers that their old Kindles will lose their wireless capabilities–a big bummer if you own a Kindle that lacks Wi-Fi support. Read More »
Danish audio brand Bang & Olufsen just released its latest true wireless earbuds, the Beoplay EQ. The premium buds are pricier than the company’s previous E8 buds by $50 and, while they don’t share the same great battery life, they do (finally) bring noise-canceling to the table. Read More »
Facebook’s next hardware launch won’t be a smartwatch or another Portal product. Instead, it will be a pair of Ray-Ban “smart glasses,” according to Mark Zuckerberg. The glasses won’t have an integrated display or perform AR functions, though they will “do some pretty neat things.” Read More »
Tesla owners will likely be thrilled by the latest software update, which adds a nice variety of new features. The additions include entertainment options, like Disney+, and an array of smaller quality-of-life updates. A Tesla owner even shared screenshots of the update on Reddit. Read More »
Best Buy is selling both configurations of the powerful M1 MacBook Air for $150 off. That’s a killer discount on Apple’s most capable, most portable laptop, bringing the 256GB model down to $850 and the 512GB model (with an extra GPU core) down to $1,100. Oh, and students can take an extra $100 off by signing into their Best Buy account! Read More »