There’s no question that a good soundbar can help you make the most of your home entertainment setup, but finding the right soundbar with the right pieces can be a challenge. The solution? How about a modular system.
That’s exactly what the Sonos ARC is. The base is a 5.1.2 soundbar that’s pretty good on its own. But then you can add a sub. Or two subs! Or the One SL speakers for true surround. Of course, this all comes at a price, and it turns out that some pieces are worth it and others aren’t. If you’re in the market for a high-end soundbar that can transform your living room into a theater-like experience, the ARC may be the one for you. Hit the top story for our full review (and which pieces are actually worth the money).
NVIDIA had a press conference back at GTC in April where its CEO, Jensen Huang, presented from his kitchen. What they didn’t tell people? The entire thing was CGI. Absolutely mind blowing.
If you’re in the market for a high-end soundbar, you’ve likely at least heard of Sonos. I’ve somehow managed to miss most Sonos products, but I recently got to test the Sonos ARC, the company’s top-end, modular soundbar system. It’s gorgeous, versatile, expandable, and pricey. Read More »
If you’ve ever read a Spider-Man comic book or watched any of the movies, you’ve probably dreamed about swinging through the city using Spider-Man’s web shooters. We know JT over at Built IRL on YouTube sure did, and he even created his own version of the slingers. Read More »
Despite Microsoft’s numerous attempts to successfully patch PrintNightmare, it’s still not over. Now, another Windows 10 PrintNightmare Print Spooler vulnerability has been uncovered, and it’s attracting ransomware attackers looking for easy access to system privileges. Read More »
Everything you see in the image above is fake. The kitchen, salt shakers, stovetop, and even NVIDIA’s CEO Jensen Huang himself. Back in April, the CEO stood in his kitchen and delivered a press conference remotely, just as he’s done three times this past year, except he didn’t. Nothing is as it seems. Read More »
The Incognito mode in Google Chrome is helpful for private browsing, but locking those browser tabs behind a fingerprint or password would make it even better. And luckily, it looks like that’s coming soon to Android. Read More »
It’s one thing to hope your toaster toasts your bread just right, but with this toaster, you can guarantee it’s perfect by watching it through the side-panel window. The handy toaster has extra-wide slots and can also defrost and reheat specialty breads and other baked goods. One-touch buttons and seven browning levels make the toaster a cinch to use, and a removable tray keeps clean up to a minimum. It has a long 42-inch cord, so you can store it anywhere in your kitchen, and an auto shut-off feature that prevents overheating. The cute toaster is also available in seven fun colors.
Our favorite password manager 1Password is pushing a big update to its Mac version, and the company just announced 1Password 8 for Mac. The update brings a much-needed redesign to the user interface and Watchtower, along with a few smaller new features. Read More »
A newly leaked video suggests that Google is testing a new launcher for the Nest Hub Max that will give users easier access to apps and actions. While the last big update came late last year, delivering more actions and a dark theme, this would be a much bigger change overall to the user experience. Read More »
Today is (finally) the day to snag yourself a great pair of true wireless earbuds while saving a small fortune in the process. Best Buy is currently running a deal on Jabra’s outstanding Elite 65t earbuds—they’re down to just $49.99. That’s $30 off! Read More »
AirPods are tiny little things, and like most tiny little things, they’re easy to lose. Under the right circumstances, you can currently find AirPods with Apple’s Find My network, but it looks like that’s going to get a lot better with iOS 15 (for AirPods Pro and Max anyway). Read More »
Tired of reaching around for your M1 iMac’s USB ports? Satechi’s new USB-C Clamp Hub secures to the chin of your iMac, giving instant access a USB-C port, three USB-A ports, and both SD and microSD card slots without cluttering your desk. Read More »
Plex has unveiled a clever new feature for Plexamp, its dedicated music app. Dubbed “Super Sonic,” the feature is a neural network that analyzes your music library and finds sonically similar albums and artists, making your music listening experience even better. Read More »
Apple removed the iPhone’s 3.5mm headphone jack in September 2016 and followed up by announcing AirPods. But AirPods aren’t the only wireless earbud option for iPhones or iPads. Here are our top picks for wireless earbuds that pair perfectly with Apple devices. Read More »