You know what you need? A new mouse. Seriously, how long have you been using that one? Okay, maybe you don’t need a new mouse. But you want one. You should treat yourself to a new wireless mouse.
But there are a lot of wireless mice out there—I get it! The good news is that we took the time to find the best. Not just the one very best, though. Nine of the best. Regardless of what you’re looking for—ergonomics, gaming, portability, or even something cheap—we have you covered. There’s honestly never been a better time to grab a wireless mouse.
Stop. Look at your hand. No, the other hand—the one with the mouse in it. Are you still using the same old wired mouse you’ve been using for years? That cord gets annoying, doesn’t it? There are more quality wireless mice now than ever before, so let’s finally ditch that cable with a mouse perfect for you. Read More »
Smart lighting products shouldn’t just hang from your ceiling or stick to your wall. At least, that’s the idea behind Govee’s Lyra floor lamp, an impressive lighting product that can paint a wall with swirling colors or flash to the beat of music for a quick party. While I don’t think that the Lyra is for everyone, it’s an interesting device for smart home enthusiasts, gamers, and party animals. Read More »
Whisper’s AI-powered Hearing System, which dynamically adjusts to environments and makes conversations clearer, now works with 5 of the most popular Android phones. This opens the door to wireless phone calls through the Whisper hearing aid, a feature that was once an iPhone exclusive. Read More »
Rowing machines are an increasingly popular way to get in your daily exercise, but they can be terrifyingly expensive. However, NordicTrack is running a spectacular deal for today only on its RW200 Rower, making it the perfect day to pick one up for your home gym. Read More »
Calling a restaurant to ask about its waitlist is a pain in the neck, but in time, Google could handle everything for you. Google is currently testing a new Duplex feature that uses AI to call a restaurant and ask to join the waitlist—on your terms, of course. Read More »
Summer is here in full swing! If you’re struggling to stay cool while you work, let this adorable battery-powered clip-on desk fan help you beat the heat. It can rotate 360 degrees vertically and horizontally, making it easy to find the perfect angle, and its small size (5.5 x 8 x 3.4 inches) makes it easy to move around or store. The quiet fan has three adjustable speed options and its 2,500mAh battery is rechargeable via USB. It’s also an easy way to stay cool in your car or RV, in a tent, or even for baby strollers and cribs.
Hackers, unfortunately, are always coming up with clever new ways to steal or access secure information. Some recently detected Android malware, dubbed Vultur, is using a brazen new method for harvesting login credentials for over 100 banking and crypto apps. Read More »
Russia’s “Nauka” Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) successfully connected with the International Space Station on Thursday, July 29. Not long after, however, the flight control team noticed the module’s thrusters were unexpectedly firing, temporarily pushing the station out of orientation. Read More »
Bentley is now launching its Flying Spur Plug-In Hybrid lineup, starting with a limited-edition model called the Odyssean Edition. It takes a few cues from Bentley’s EXP 100 GT concept car, namely an interior design that emphasizes high-end, sustainable materials. Read More »
If you’re looking to build your first gaming rig, or if you’ve decided that you don’t want or need a costly 4K setup, you should take a look at AMD’s new Radeon RX 6000-level GPU. It offers a solid 1080p gaming experience and will only set you back about $400, so it’s a solid entry-level choice. Read More »
Several months after its release, the PS5 finally supports SSD storage upgrades. But you need to be a registered Beta user to perform the upgrade. And you need to find an M.2 SSD with read speeds over 5,500MB/s or higher. Oh, and the SSD needs a heatsink, which you might need to add yourself, and Sony suggests having a small flashlight on hand—wait, isn’t this a bit complicated? Read More »
Over the past year, the pandemic made working remotely commonplace and now, people are realizing they can do that from a more scenic place. That’s exactly why Airbnb just released a Wi-Fi speed test tool that allows hosts to verify and list their Wi-Fi speeds so guests can see before booking. Read More »
A surprise update to Google Play Pass adds 8 new games, including the popular platformer Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition. This update comes as Google prepares to launch Android 12, an OS upgrade that includes a few special features for gamers. Read More »
In 2020, Microsoft Flight Simulator launched on Windows and delivered a never-before-seen aviation experience that allows you to fly anywhere on the planet. Fortunately, you no longer need a high-end PC to try it out, as Flight Simulator is finally available on Xbox Series X and S. Read More »
Microsoft is moving full steam ahead on Windows 11. A month after its first “dev” release, Windows 11 is now available in beta form as of July 29, 2021. If you want to try Windows 11 but were intimidated by the dev channel warnings, now might be the time. Read More »