YouTube TV was a great option when it first came out. Perhaps the biggest fan of it here at Review Geek was our very own Cam, who used it to watch everything from sports to popular TV shows like The Walking Dead.
But after a while, the alluring luster of YouTube TV faded, and Cam decided it was finally time to ditch the service for something that was less costly and better tailored to his family’s viewing needs. It really makes you think about your own streaming subscriptions, ya know?
Tis the season for holiday shopping! LEGO sets are fun gifts for kids and adults alike, so come choose one (or three) of our favorite sets!
Did you know the first electric vehicle was actually created in the late 1890s? It’s true! So what caused them to fail?
Quick! Grab your pumpkins and costumes—it’s Halloween! Also grab your phone because you need these frightening Halloween apps, like right now.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had some sort of cable TV package. For the last couple of years, it’s been YouTube TV, but the recent battle with NBC made me look at what YouTube TV has to offer that I don’t already get elsewhere—as it turns out, not much. Read More »
It’s hardly surprising that Minecraft has continued its reign as one of the most popular and best-selling video games of all time since it debuted in 2009. If you’re looking for the best Minecraft gifts for the upcoming holiday season, you’re in luck: We have options for players of all ages. Read More »
LEGO is one of the few toys that manage to transcend age and be enjoyed by both kids and adults. This makes it a safe bet for at least a few people on your list, and there are tons of options as well. Whether you’re looking for apparel, decorations, or standard LEGO sets, we’ve got you covered. Read More »
The first electric vehicle was developed in the late 1890s, and EVs were fairly popular up until the 1920s. So what happened? New research published in Nature by Lund University suggests that early electric infrastructure, or a lack thereof, prevented electric cars from winning over the 20th century. Read More »
Anyone who is a fan of Super Nintendo, Transformers, Donkey Kong, or all things LEGO will find something to love about this artist’s clever build. What looks like an innocent Super Nintendo console, game cartridge, and controllers are actually multiple retro transforming robots. It’s super cool! Read More »
Selfies on your smartphone just don’t hit the same way that physical photo prints do, which is why KODAK’s Printomatic Instant Camera is so much fun. It works just like any standard point-and-shoot camera does, except it prints off your photo right after you take it on 2 x 3-inch photo paper (no toners, cartridges, or film needed). The camera features a 5MP sensor, an f/2 lens, and a flash that automatically turns on in low-light settings, ensuring your photos always look vibrant and well-lit. The Printomatic comes in a variety of bold colors, and its small size makes it easy to take with anywhere for instant fun and memories.
Every two years, NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies runs a simulation to see how its scientists could save the planet from an incoming asteroid. This year’s study wasn’t very comforting—the simulated asteroid appeared incredibly close to Earth, leaving astronomers with no option but to brace for impact. It’s a shame, because new research shows that nearby asteroids are safe to nuke. Read More »
Halloween may be fast approaching, but there’s still plenty of time left to bask in the fun vibes of the spooky holiday. From scary mobile games to fun ways to customize your phone, these apps will help you (and your smartphone) get the most fun out of the haunted holiday. Read More »
Mario is the overrated brother. I mean, I don’t dislike him, but I’m honestly tired of him outshining Luigi, who is the digital embodiment of everything precious and pure in this world. I submit to you exhibit A: Luigi’s Mansion 3 as proof. Read More »
According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple is studying and exploring ways to add new health-focused features to its next-gen AirPods. And while AirPods already have features like the new Conversation Boost to help those hard of hearing, that may only be the beginning of Apple’s aspirations. Read More »
If you’ve ever been interested in Fujifilm’s Instax Mini camera but wished it could print bigger photos, I’ve got good news: Your wish has been granted. Fujifilm’s new Link WIDE Smartphone printer can print photos that are twice as wide as the Mini’s. Talk about picture perfect! Read More »
Do you love technology? Do you have well-researched opinions about which gadgets are the best gadgets? Are you objective and capable of turning those thoughts into killer articles? Can you write the best words in the best ways? If so, we have a job for you. Read More »
Files and folders are a common metaphor for storing data on a computer. Even a modern device that hides files from you as much as possible still uses them under the hood. Here’s a look at what files and folders are—and how computers got that way to begin with. Read More »