Happy Friday, all! The crew at RG took yesterday off in honor of Veterans Day, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a good newsletter in store for you! Let’s start with a trip Cory took. You see, Cory went to the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, one of the trade shows for automotives of the year.
But while he was there, Cory took a ride in the Tesla Tunnel. If you haven’t heard of it, Elon Musk’s Boring company dug out the tunnel, and now you can ride Teslas in it to make gettering around one of the busiest parts of Vegas a lot faster. So how was the ride? Hit the top story to find out.
I took a look at the Firewalla gold firewall and have to come to the inescapable conclusion that every smart home needs one.
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Underground and below the lights of Sin City is the Las Vegas Loop. Elon Musk’s unofficially named “Tesla Tunnel” created by his spin-off, The Boring Company. I recently had the chance to take several rides through these tunnels in a Model X, and while yes, it was boring, the trip was also peacefully exciting and completely free. Read More »
DVD and Blu-ray rippers and copiers protect your physical discs from loss and damage. And they can convert your favorite shows to watch on any device. But which ripper is the best? It depends on what you’re trying to achieve, so let’s dig in and find out. Read More »
I have over 100 devices connected to my home network, and that grows all the time as I expand my smart home’s capabilities. What I didn’t know was how to protect my smart home from any vulnerabilities those devices introduced. And that’s what the Firewalla Gold promises to do. Read More »
As we all know, buying any version of the PlayStation 5 is still way more difficult than it should be, and things are about to get even worse. Between holiday shopping, supply constraints, and now production cuts, the PS5 is about to be even harder to buy. Read More »
While Subaru’s new all-electric SUV, the Solterra, will make its official U.S. debut next week at the LA Auto Show, the company fully unveiled its version for the Japanese market this week. The news gives us our first detailed look at the front, range ratings, and much more. Read More »
Whether you’re looking to treat another gamer this holiday season or yourself, a gift card is always a great idea. This $10 Nintendo eShop Gift Card gives you (or the gamer in your life) a digital code you can redeem anytime on games and in-game purchases, plus you can use it on your Nintendo Switch, Wii U, or other Nintendo 3DS devices. You can also opt for a higher amount, up to $99, or run with the minimum denomination of $5. A perfect last-minute gift that you won’t have to wrap up or worry about getting lost in the mail!
On November 15, 1971, Intel publicly debuted the first commercial single-chip microprocessor, the Intel 4004, with an advertisement in Electronic News. Fifty years later, here’s a look at its legacy—and how the 4004 stacks up against a modern Intel powerhouse. Read More »
Going out to see a movie isn’t always viable. Instead, you can watch something intended for the big screen in the comfort of your own home. These gifts make it that much more enjoyable for the movie-lovers in your life! Read More »
You’ve probably heard someone raving about their new air fryer. If you’re finally considering getting one yourself, you’ll want to figure out which is best for your cooking habits. To help you out, we’re ranking all of our favorite air fryers, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Read More »