Odds are, you’ve come across or even used open source software at some point, but what does the term “open source” really mean? And is it worth it to use any program that labels itself as such?
This type of software is actually pretty commonplace for things like Microsoft Office alternatives, photo editors, media players, and even entire operating systems. As such, it’s important to know about its benefits and downsides and whether open-source software is worth using at all. Come see what we have to say about it!
Yikes! The attacker responsible for the recent T-Mobile hack now claims that they have “full info” on all T-Mobile customers in the United States.
Another leak reveals more images of the potential Fitbit Charge 5 device, and honestly? Its color display and pretty band colors look super gorgeous.
ZTE just announced its latest phone, the Axon 30 5G. Not only does it have a super affordable price, but it also boasts an … invisible selfie camera?
Open-source software is something you’ve likely come across on the internet, commonly made by smaller development teams as free alternatives to popular programs. But this goes much further than price—open-source programs offer a lot of other positives that make them worth using. Read More »
Intel is introducing a forthcoming line of consumer-level high-performance GPUs and branding them as Intel Arc. The brand is set to encompass both the software and the hardware within the high-end discrete GPUs, in addition to multiple hardware generations. Read More »
One of HP’s best high-end Chromebooks is about to get even better. Of course, we’re talking about the HP Chromebook C1030, which will reportedly get an upgrade to Intel’s upcoming 12th-Gen Alder Lake processors in 2022. Read More »
Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold 3 isn’t just the first foldable with an under-display camera; it’s also the first phone to utilize Samsung’s groundbreaking Eco2 OLED technology. The new display panel cuts down on battery consumption by 25% and even improves the Z Fold 3’s under-display camera quality by allowing more light into the phone. But how does Eco2 OLED work? Read More »
After months of hype, leaks, and weird manifestos, Nothing is finally doing something. Its $100 Ear 1 buds go on sale August 17th, backed by the intense media coverage you would expect for a Samsung or Google product. Read More »
Noodles are a popular meal option thanks to their versatility, but they can be a bit of a hassle to cook. With this microwavable noodle bowl, however, you can cook your pasta in a few minutes without all the cleanup. It has a steam release vent on the lid that allows for splatter-free heating, and the lid itself stays cool to the touch and has easy-lift tabs for easy opening. You can even chuck the bowl in the top rack of the dishwasher when you’re done. Winner winner noodle dinner!
Android has placed a bigger focus on improving accessibility throughout the past year. Now, Google has updated its Android Accessibility Suite to add “Camera Switches” to Switch Access, which allows you to use facial gestures to control your phone. Read More »
ZTE recently announced the Axon 30 5G, a $500 smartphone and the company’s latest attempt at under-display camera technology. The Axon 30 5G launched in China earlier this month, but ZTE now confirms that it’s planning a U.S. and global release for September 9th. Read More »
This week T-Mobile confirmed that it’s looking into massive claims floating around the web that someone is selling nearly all of its U.S.A customers’ sensitive data. Motherboard reported that it’s in contact with the seller, who claims to have “full customer info,” including Social Security numbers, phone IMEI numbers, names, addresses, driver license info, and more for T-Mobile USA. Read More »
Just a few weeks after a leak revealed a potential new Fitbit device, another leak is here, showing the device in more detail. The leak features renders labeled as the Fitbit Charge 5 and shows off the device’s snazzy new design across several color options. Read More »
Just a few months after its release, the all-new Fire HD 10 tablet is already discounted on Amazon. Now’s your chance to grab the powerful Fire HD 10 for just $100—that’s $50 off its usual retail price. And if you have kids, you can save $60 on the Fire HD 10 Kid’s Edition bundle. Read More »
After many months of lockdown, staying in and organizing your home might seem like the last thing you’d want to do right now. However, The Home Edit method can actually provide a much-needed post-quarantine boost of comfort and happiness this year! Read More »