It’s been barely a month since the last Apple device event, but here we are with another. But this time around, Apple didn’t focus on handheld devices so much as mobility with power. In addition to a new set of AirPods, the company announced new M1 chips built for professionals and a couple of truly powerful (and expensive) MacBook Pros. We have all the details in the top story.
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Apple’s surprise “Unleashed” event took place on Monday, and the company announced powerful new MacBook Pros in 14 or 16-inches, new M1 Pro and M1 Max processors, the 3rd generation AirPods, and more. Read More »
If you own, or are thinking about owning, an Apple product, you’ve probably wondered if the company’s add-on product protection service, AppleCare+, is worth the price. With how costly iPhones, Macs, and other Apple devices are, is it worth paying yet another chunk of change on top just for peace of mind? Read More »
Ambient lighting is fun, but hardly a new addition to the smart lighting world. And while it’s easy to spend a small fortune on a decked-out immersive setup, you really don’t have to—at least that’s the thinking behind Govee’s terrific new Flow Plus Light Bars. Read More »
Every time I look at Apple’s first M1 Macs, all I can think about is their conservative design. They just don’t look like revolutionary computers. That changes with Apple’s new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro devices, which sport a beautiful new design alongside their upgraded M1 Pro and M1 Max chips and improved port selection. Read More »
Apple just announced the M1 Pro and M1 Max, its most powerful chips to date. While last year’s M1 chip gracefully replaced mid-level Intel processors in products like the iMac and MacBook Air, the M1 Pro and M1 Max take things to a whole new level, surpassing the CPU and GPU performance of high-end Intel Macs while improving thermals and battery life. Read More »
This simple bookshelf is an easy way to expand storage for your ever-growing library, plus its soft white color and stylish design helps it blend in with your home’s existing decor. It’s also a great way to store photos, knick-knacks, plants, containers, and pretty much anything else you can think of. It comes with two adjustable shelves and an enclosed back panel. The bookcase is made of engineered wood and measures 24.6 x 11.5 x 35.3 inches, so it offers plenty of space for storage without taking up too much space in your living room, bedroom, or home office.
Today after months of reports and rumors, Apple finally announced the all-new fully redesigned 3rd Gen AirPods with spatial audio and more. These new AirPods borrow design elements and features from the more expensive AirPods Pro in a similar yet updated design over the originals. Here’s what you need to know and when you can get your own. Read More »
Of all the weird and frustrating problems in Windows 11, this one might take the cake. Microsoft removed the “Add a Folder” option from Windows 11’s File History tool, meaning that you can only back up Documents, Photos, and other pre-made folders in Windows 11. That is, unless you pay for some OneDrive storage. Read More »
With Google’s highly anticipated Pixel 6 launch event set for tomorrow, we’re starting to get all sorts of last-minute details, including the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro price. A new leak suggests Google will offer these phones at insanely low prices and undercut both Samsung and Apple. Read More »
Usually priced at $350, the Sony WH-1000XM4s are on sale for just $248 at Amazon, reaching their lowest price to date. They’re some of the best noise canceling headphones ever made, matching the audio quality and feature-sets of the AirPods Max and Bose NC 700. Read More »
The most expensive couch now has the most expensive sound system built-in. That’s right, modular couch designer Lovesac just debuted its new StealthTech Sound + Charge system. Developed by Harmon Kardon’s engineers, this surround sound and wireless charging system hides inside your Sactional (not a typo), providing a cinematic experience without turning your living room into a dorky, wirey mess. 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 »
If you feel like the last Google Chrome release just happened, you’re not alone. Version 95 of the popular browser is available starting today on October 19, 2021. This update includes improved security for payments, the ability to save Tab Groups, and more. Read More »
As of October 2021, Apple now produces three ARM-based Apple Silicon chips for use in its iPads and Mac desktops and notebook computers: The M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max. Here’s a look at the differences between each one. Read More »
From vintage B-movies to modern elevated horror, beloved classics to original productions, Amazon Prime Video has spooky, scary content for everyone this season. Here are the best Halloween movies to watch on Amazon Prime Video. Read More »
If it’s not already a tradition in your neighborhood, then you’re in for a treat: “Booing” offers you a fun opportunity to sneak a few treats to your friends and neighbors leading up to Halloween. Read More »
You turn to us for your tech advice, your product reviews, and your lifestyle questions. If you trust us with so many other elements of your life, you should probably take our word on the best Halloween movies, too, right? Read More »