Slowly yet surely, all the major tech companies have sold us on cloud storage. Store your pictures on Google Photos or iCloud! Store your files on Google Drive or OneDrive! The cloud is “better” because it’s “endless,” and you can always fit more.
And the best part about most cloud services is how they automate syncing your content from your device to the cloud. No need to worry about remembering. Which is why it stings to hear that millions of Windows users will lose access to that syncing capability early next year. The files will still be on the cloud, but you won’t be able to access them directly in File Manager and new photos won’t upload. See the top story for details.
Sarah took a look at the TP-Link Archer AX50 router, and you know what? If you’re looking for an affordable Wi-Fi 6 router that won’t break the bank, this might be the one.
Microsoft recently confirmed it would disable features and essentially break OneDrive for millions of Windows users early next year unless they upgrade to Windows 10 or Windows 11. The company says OneDrive users on Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 will be unable to sync and access their content on the cloud starting March 1st, 2022. Read More »
The popular Robinhood stock trading app suffered a critical data breach on November 3rd. According to a blog post from the company, around 7 million customers were affected, and hackers managed to obtain the full names, ZIP codes, and birthdays of around 300 people. At least ten customers lost “extensive account details” in the breach. Read More »
While Rivian is best known for its fancy electric pickup truck, a “significant” portion of its near-term revenue will come from an exclusive deal with Amazon. The small startup is set to build up to 100,000 electric delivery vans for Amazon by 2024, but there’s something weird going on—Rivian now says it will take electric delivery van orders for non-Amazon companies. Read More »
As foldable phones continue to grow in popularity, it’s only a matter of time before Google launches its long-awaited Pixel Fold. Early leaks and rumors suggest that Google’s first foldable will be a compelling, competitive device, and it could launch in the coming months! Here’s everything we know about the Pixel Fold so far. Read More »
As Pixel 6 orders slowly make their way to customers, reports of “faulty” or unresponsive fingerprint readers are becoming incredibly common. We offered three easy solutions to this problem shortly after the Pixel 6 launch, but now, Google is offering some official tips to get your Pixel 6 fingerprint sensor working. Read More »
Love Sherlock Holmes? Get your crime-solving fix with this gorgeous box set featuring six books that create a comprehensive collection of the beloved detective’s adventures and cases. It includes ‘Adventures & Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes,’ ‘Best of Sherlock Holmes,’ ‘Casebook of Sherlock Holmes & His Last Bow,’ ‘Hound of the Baskervilles & The Valley of Fear,’ ‘Return of Sherlock Holmes,’ and ‘Study in Scarlet & Sign of the Four.” The titles are packaged in a lovely ridged matte-laminated slipcase with metallic details and bespoke artwork.
There is a lot to love about Disney Plus, and this month both new or returning customers can get a pretty great deal on the streaming service. For a limited time, Disney is offering a one-month subscription to Disney+ for only $1.99, compared to the regular $8 price. Read More »
Need a powerful laptop with a killer battery life and a lightweight design? There’s no better option than Apple’s M1 MacBook Air, a device that’s so power-efficient it doesn’t need fans. The M1 MacBook Air is $200 off at Amazon and Best Buy, reaching its lowest price yet. Read More »
The iPhone 13 Pro is a serious piece of creative kit, especially when it comes to the next-level cinematic camera system. It would be a shame to drop it during a tense scene, but these cases can help prevent damage! Read More »