If you’re a child of the ’80s and ’90s, you might remember Virtual Reality arcades in Malls. (You might remember when Malls had stuff at all!) Most (ok all) of them were pretty terrible and filled with games that amounted to little more than pixelated and blocky laser tag. Everything Virtual Reality was terrible (remember Virtual Boy?).
But a lot has changed in the last few decades and even more has changed in the last year. VR isn’t a fad anymore, and it’s not terrible anymore, and most of all, it’s not going away. If you’ve written off VR as a bad experience not worth paying attention to, we’re here to tell you otherwise. Hit the top story; we’ll convince you.
If you need any further proof we live in the future, just look at Virtual Reality (VR). After several attempts, it’s actually becoming the gateway into a new universe we were always promised. S,o let’s take a look at why this current VR generation is actually living up to the hype. Read More »
So you got your hands on a brand new Xbox Series S or X. Now what? Time to up your game in a meaningful way with some of the best accessories for your new console, of course. Whether that’s a new headset, controller, or more storage, these are the accessories you need. Read More »
You might expect to need a powerful computer to get into photo editing, but there are a lot of great tools available for the iPad. With these apps, you’ll be able to touch, tap, and drag your way through edits, regardless of whether you’re looking for a full suite or just a simple tool to add cool effects. Read More »
Whether you’re looking for casual fun, brainteasers, or gripping action games, these are some of our favorite offline games for iPhone or iPad. Just remember, you’ll want to download and open any of these games before going offline to ensure they’ll work and have everything fully loaded and ready to go. Read More »
Chromebooks are great for anyone looking for a long-lasting and lightweight portable device to check email, browse the web, and handle most other daily tasks. The latest Chromebook X2 11 from HP does all that and throws a few extra tricks in—like converting to a tablet and letting you take notes. Read More »
With a quality portable tripod for your smartphone, you can take outstanding photos and videos wherever you go. And bonus points, of course, if it also happens to double as a selfie stick, just like this one from UBeesize does. It extends out to 67 inches, which is perfect if you need to fit the whole family or a beautiful panorama into your shot, be it portrait or landscape. It fits all smartphones—even with cases attached. And when you’re done, the tripod collapses down to just 20 inches, so you can easily store it in your trunk or bag when you’re on the go. It’s made of durable aluminum alloy with stainless steel, and features a base locking knob to prevent tilting or wobbling.
According to NASA, asteroid Bennu is one of the most hazardous known asteroids in our solar system. And now, thanks to a recent visit by a NASA spacecraft, we’re hearing the chances of it colliding with Earth are higher than originally thought. Read More »
The iPhone SE series achieves affordability by marrying old and new hardware to make something better than the model it started as. Now DJI, one of the popular drone companies, is pulling the same trick with a new DJI Mini SE, and in the process, brought the price down to $299. Read More »
The Lamborghini Countach is perhaps one of the most recognizable cars in the world. That’s despite the fact that few people ever saw one in real life, due to its astronomical price. It seems like everyone had a poster of the car. And now it’s back! In hybrid form! You probably still can’t afford it. Read More »
If you (or your workplace) prefers small form factor PC cases, then NVDIA’s new RTX A2000 graphics card might be for you. It clocks in at nearly half the physical size of the RTX 3090, yet still packs powerful features like Ray Tracing and NVIDIA’s AI capabilities. It just might not be for gamers. Read More »