We’re big fans of Plex here at Review Geek. In one service, you have two fantastic entertainment capabilities. Plex will let you digitize all your DVDs and stream them to any of your devices, and wrap it all up in a beautiful interface. And Plex offers free streaming of some of your favorite tv shows and movies.
With all of that free goodness involving heavily copyrighted content, you might be wondering—is Plex legal? That’s a good question. And we have the answer in the top story.
Plex is arguably the best streaming platform out there today if you want to curate your own client-side media library or access an extensive library of streaming content. Between these two broad feature sets, you might be wondering: is Plex legal? Read More »
December is the time of festive celebration and fun seasonal activities. One of our favorite ways to get into the holiday spirit is by watching Christmas movies. We’ve gathered up a few of our favorites here, from scary new titles to classic animated flicks the whole family can enjoy. Read More »
As with all Apple devices, there’s a robust accessory market for the Apple Watch. Most aim to protect your new, expensive device against scratches and water damage. But do you actually need a case for your Apple Watch? Almost certainly not. Let’s find out why. Read More »
You were lucky enough to get your hands on a Nintendo Switch, a PlayStation 5, or an Xbox Series X/S. But before you call Christmas a wrap, you gotta grab a subscription for Switch Online, PlayStation Plus, or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. These subscriptions are the key to playing games with friends, and they come with cool perks like free games and discounts on new titles. Read More »
It’s hard to find a good spy show that focuses just as much on badass moments as it does on the drama among its characters. Nikita hits that perfect balance, simultaneously making you fall in love with the characters and keeping you on the edge of your seat with all of its twists and turns. Read More »
Need a new gaming headset but don’t want to bust your budget in the process? The BlackShark V2 X by Razer is an easy choice, as it’s designed specifically with gamers in mind. It offers up 7.1 surround sound, powerful Triforce titanium 50mm drivers, comfortable memory foam ear cushions for all-day gaming sessions, and a built-in cardioid microphone with an improved pickup pattern that lets you easily talk with your teammates in-game or in Discord while tapering out background noises. The headset is compatible with PC, Mac, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch via 3.5mm headphone jack.
Unless you’re using a desktop computer and haven’t hooked up an external webcam, there’s a good chance the device you’re reading this post on has some sort of front-facing camera. If you’ve never considered the security implications that may be present and why you might want a webcam cover, it might be something you should think about. Read More »
The latest version of Tesla’s app (version 4.3.1) introduces the ability to send digital car keys to up to five friends, family members, or if you’re feeling risky, complete strangers! Not only does this feature greatly improve the quality of life for Tesla owners and their families, but it opens the door to remote towing and service. Read More »
We all love waffles for breakfast, right? They come in all sorts of different sizes, and you can smother them with plenty of tasty toppings, like Strawberries or Nutella. However, if you’re looking to spruce up your mornings or want to play with your food, you’ll love this new ‘Tetris’ waffle maker from the company Firebox. Read More »
It ain’t Christmas without Mariah Carey, but her 2021 Christmas special isn’t exactly easy to find. That’s because Mariah Carey’s Christmas: The Magic Continues is tucked behind an Apple TV+ subscription, which most people aren’t willing to pay for! Here’s how to watch the new Christmas special (plus last year’s special) without paying a dime. Read More »
In an effort to keep certain at-risk accounts even more secure, Facebook is updating its Protect program and will soon force enrolled users to enable two-factor authentication (2FA). These accounts include politicians, human rights activists, journalists, and other high-profile users. Read More »
Ready to kill some time and send your blood pressure through the roof? Nick Arocho, a front-end engineer at AWS Amplify has published a free version of Windows 95’s Minesweeper for the browser. It’s just as infuriating as the original game, and it’s become my go-to time waster this workweek. Read More »
While shopping for LED strip lights, smart lights, or regular light bulbs, you’ll likely see mention of “lumens” or “lm” somewhere on the packaging or in the marketing materials. But what are lumens? We shed some light on the subject. Read More »