If you love iconic tech, you should check out GRID’s custom frames. GRID takes older mobile devices, breaks them down, and puts the pieces in a shadowbox, turning old gadgets into killer artwork.
I recently got an exclusive look at the company’s new Pixel 1 frame, and it’s one of the coolest pieces of tech-related art I’ve ever seen. The Pixel 1 is an iconic phone to many (myself included), so this is a fantastic way to pay tribute to such a killer phone. They only made 50 of them, however, so you better act fast if you want one. Hit today’s top story for a closer look at how cool it really is.
Windows has two OneNote apps, which makes no sense. Windows 11 will fix this.
Looking to get into graphic design but aren’t sure which app to choose? Here are the best of the bunch to help.
If you need a new monitor, you can do a lot worse than LG’s 27-inch QHD screen. And it’s currently on sale for $100 off at Best Buy.
There are certain pieces of tech that have a meaningful impact on people’s lives. For me, the first-generation Pixel is one such piece. GRID Studios, the company that breaks down old tech and turns it into elegant wall art, is now celebrating Google’s classic phone with its newest frame. Read More »
Graphic design is complicated work, so it requires complicated tools. There are plenty of options for software today from well-known programs that have been around for decades to newer contenders trying to prove their worth. With so many options available, it can be difficult to choose which program you’ll spend hours mastering—especially for new designers. So, we rounded up the best of the best for this list to make that choice a little easier. Read More »
The city of Detroit is teaming up with Ford, Bedrock, and Bosch to launch the first real-world test site for automated parking technology. Located in the Bedrock Assembly Garage, the Detroit Smart Parking Lab will help automakers refine smart “valet” systems and develop AI-assisted technologies for the Enterprise rental service. Read More »
Tired of gas and pull-cords? Sun Joe’s 16-inch electric mower is currently just $80 at Woot. That’s half off the retail price of $160! With a 12-amp motor and 6 positions for high adjustment, it’s a fantastic option for small or medium-sized lawns. Read More »
Amazon just updated its Halo fitness band with data-sharing features to improve your fitness experience. Starting today, you can enable the wearable fitness tracker to share your live heart rate data with supported third-party apps and equipment. Read More »
Trying to keep your yard looking nice is a big task. Trying to keep all of your rakes, brooms, shovels, and other garden tools organized in one central place is an even bigger task. However, with a handy-dandy wall mount organizer in your garage or shed, you can keep your tools in one place up and out of the way. The commercial-grade hanger can hold up to 35 pounds and has spring-loaded rubber grip slots that’ll hold your tools in place and stop them from slipping out. It only takes a few minutes to install, and you can even use them in closets, kitchens, and offices.
You don’t have to blow your gaming budget on a new monitor. At least, not today. LG’s 27-inch UltraGear QHD gaming monitor is on sale for just $300 at Best Buy, down from its usual $400 price tag. With a high refresh rate and support for both AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync, it’s a killer option for any gamer on a budget. Read More »
Peloton recently pushed a software update that prevents its treadmills from running without a 4-digit PIN. It’s an important and overdue safety feature, but unfortunately, it prevented Peloton owners from using their treadmills without a $40 per month subscription. Thankfully, a new software update has remedied the problem. Read More »
Less than a month after completing its crew’s first spaceflight, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic has reopened ticket sales. Consumers can now buy a seat for a quick minutes-long trip in space for $450,000. Read More »
As part of its Windows 11 Office app redesign, Microsoft will finally merge its two OneNote apps. Why did Microsoft have two OneNote apps in the first place? Well, for the same reason that it has two Snipping Tools and two MS Paints—Microsoft doesn’t know how to replace old apps. Read More »
PlayStation 2 games are incredibly difficult to emulate, and as a result, very few people have had the chance to revisit the best games of the 2000s. The solution? You could just buy an old PS2, or if you’re looking for a more modern gaming experience, build a PS2 portable console using original hardware. Read More »