When Microsoft announced Windows 11, it made a huge deal about the new OS’s overhaul and how the company thought through “every pixel and detail.” I know it’s hard to believe, but that doesn’t seem accurate.
Between glaring typos in Paint and a crippled version of File History, we’ve already levied some complaints against Windows 11 recently. But now we want to point out that one of the most significant issues with Windows 10 still exists in Windows 11. The Microsoft Store is completely overrun with scammy apps that trick people into spending money on free programs. It’s just plain awful. And the worst part? All these “crapps” are approved by human moderators. Get the details in the top story.
Hey, speaking of the Microsoft store, you can finally try out Amazon Android apps if you’re on a Beta Insider build. And if you’re on the Dev channel—sorry about your luck.
I bet you have someone in your life that loves Roblox. And we have just the thing for you—all the best Roblox gifts in one place.
Yesterday Google announced a new subscription offering to get you a Pixel and some of its best services. We took a long hard look at it, and guess what: it’s not worth the money.
Microsoft’s Windows Store is still a mess. While it’s no secret that the storefront had its struggles back in the day, the situation now, even in Windows 11, certainly isn’t ideal. For example, within seconds of opening the Microsoft Store, we found a scammy paid version of Apple’s free QuickTime player, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Read More »
Roblox is a titan in the gaming space, especially for younger players. The game allows for players to play thousands of games, or create their own within the malleable game engine. This has fostered a large and passionate community, and if there’s someone in your life who’s a part of it, then these gifts are sure to be a hit. Read More »
You can’t stop thinking about it, can you? Well, you’re right—a projector would make a killer replacement for your TV. And during today’s Amazon sale, you can save big on some of the best home projectors available today, including 4K models from Samsung and Sony. Read More »
After what seems like months (oh wait, it’s been four months), the Windows 11 operating system can now run Android apps. But only if you’re a Windows Insider. Oh, and you have to be on the Beta channel, because Android apps don’t work on the Dev build yet. This is confusing! Read More »
Pixel Pass is a new subscription plan that bundles a Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro purchase with a ton of Google services, like YouTube Music Premium, Google One cloud storage, and Google Play Pass. At just $45 a month, Pixel Pass looks like a great way to finance your phone and save a ton of money on Google services. But it may not be worth the money, especially if you have a family. Read More »
We love LED rope lights, as they’re an easy way to enhance any area in your house or backyard and are perfect for everyday decor as well as special events or even on boats. These LED rope lights come in a set of two, measure 24 feet (with a 10mm diameter), and are available in five fun colors. The flexible lights come with all the mounting hardware you’ll need (like screws and clips), and allow you to connect up to 22 strands for large areas. They’re made of fireproof PVC, pure copper wire, and LED chips; they also feature an IP65 rating and are resistant to UV rays and cold temperatures.
Galaxy Watch 4 is one of the best Android smartwatches of all time, but man, its watch faces leave a lot to be desired. That’s why, along with improved Fall Detection and Gesture features, Samsung is rolling out a set of new watch faces and customization features for Galaxy Watch 4. Read More »
Samsung released its new Galaxy Z Flip 3 back in August, and there’s a lot to like. However, it only came in a few select colors, and now the company wants to change that. So today, Samsung announced the new Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition. A customization experience where you can design it your way with new colors. Read More »
If you want the best tasting coffee at home that really captures the coffee house experience, you need to grind your own beans. Here’s what you need to know about coffee grinders and our top picks. Read More »
Ordering coffee can sometimes be intimidating—especially if you don’t know your lattes from your mochas. That’s why we’ve created this handy coffee glossary. Armed with these definitions, you’ll never be at a loss for what to order again! Read More »