In the last ten years or so, 3D printers have absolutely exploded onto the scene. And in that time, they’ve come down in price, become easier to use, and easier to learn. But if you’re just starting to think about buying a 3D printer, you might have noticed there seem to be two main styles you can get.
The first, filament printers, are what most people think of, the kind that melts plastic and lays it down layer by layer to build up a cool doodad. But the second option, resin printers, are equally amazing in their capabilities, and here you might find yourself printing miniatures or Enterprise replicas. So what makes these two kinds of 3D printers different, and which should you get? We have answers to all your questions—in the top story.
LEGO has a brand new line of sets, and they’re all about the stuntz. Yes, I spelled that right.
Peloton re-released its treadmill, and this time it promises to be safe.
In the same vein, Facebook re-released its Oculus Quest 2, and maybe now it won’t give you a face rash.
Arcade1Up has new arcade machines, but these adorable little cabinets are for your children.
Cloud gaming is coming to Xbox, and that means Series X games will come to Xbox One.
If you’re thinking about buying a 3D printer, you might be surprised to find there are two distinct types of 3D printers: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and resin. While both use plastic to create 3D prints, which you should get depends on several factors, from what and where you’ll print, to how much after-print fussing you are willing to do. Let’s take a closer look. Read More »
If you want to re-experience classic arcade games like The Simpsons and NBA Jam on affordable, true-to-life machines, Arcade1Up is the company to throw your money at. But what about the next generation of gamers? To help kids understand the joy of arcade machines, Arcade1Up just announced its first kids’ machines, Pac-Man and PAW Patrol. Read More »
During its Xbox Gamescom 2021 presentation, Microsoft announced that it will finally bring its Cloud Gaming service to the Xbox Series X and Xbox One during the 2021 holiday season. Cloud Gaming will let gamers stream over 100 games to their console without wasting any hard drive space, and more impressively, it will bring Series X exclusives to your aging Xbox One. Read More »
The Oculus Quest 2 is back with a newly improved design and is available to buy following a voluntary recall issued by Facebook earlier this summer. Better yet, the new model comes with a silicone face pad and an upgrade to 128GB of storage for the same price as the original. Read More »
For whatever reason, Samsung is constantly trying to discourage people from rooting its phones. Unlocking the bootloader on a Samsung device voids its warranty, breaks the Knox security system, and disables important features like Samsung Pay. But the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s anti-rooting measures go a bit too far—its cameras stop working if you unlock the bootloader. Read More »
Your smartphone is a great thing to have with you on a bike ride, as you can use it to view a map, view incoming texts, or listen to music. A solid bike phone mount makes it easy to see the phone at a glance so you can keep your hands where they belong—on the handles. This mount fits most smartphones up to 3.5 inches wide, and is adjustable on handlebars anywhere from ⅞ – 1 ¼ inch in diameter. It features a secure grip and a large clap to ensure a snug fit for your phone, and it’s made of premium hard plastic that’ll keep up with your biggest adventure.
EA is opening the patents for five of its accessibility technologies, which are useful for both gaming and general software design. Any person or business can use these technologies for free, and EA has even open-sourced some code to make adoption and adaptation easier. Read More »
The LEGO City arena is about to get a lot more exciting as LEGO just announced a release date for its all-new LEGO City Stuntz line, complete with 10 new buildable sets. And while the LEGO City Stuntz items have been listed in the LEGO shop since July, you’ll be able to buy them all on October 1st. Read More »
Last year Peloton had to halt sales of its Tread machine and eventually issued a recall for both its smart connected treadmills after several reports of injury and one fatality. However, now it’s back and better than ever with a new design that’s safer, smaller, and better. Read More »
LEGO and Nintendo have teamed up and are offering some awesome goodies to members of the LEGO VIP program. Everything from Super Mario digital downloads, LEGO Luigi keychains, and a huge LEGO Super Mario brick bundle. If you’ve been saving those LEGO points, now is a good time to use them. Read More »
Samsung’s Frame TV isn’t just a novelty. The screen-turned-art-piece features a beautiful 4K HDR OLED panel, Alexa built-in, and a ton of artsy screensavers. And now, you can save up to $302 on Samsung’s Frame TV at Amazon and Best Buy. Read More »
A smartphone makes it easy to snap photos in your daily life. However, some of those moments are fleeting. We’ll show you the fastest way to launch the camera on your Android phone. Never miss a shot again. Read More »
Google One is a service that you might have seen advertised, but aren’t familiar with. You might wonder how it’s different from Google Drive, and why does it require a paid subscription? We’re here to answer those questions. Read More »