Even in this digital age of music, sometimes the best way to listen to the classics is to go back to the way things were. Vinyl records continue to be popular long after the CD came and went, and there’s a decent chance that if you’re reading this, you still have a record player in the home.
And if you do, and you found yourself going back to vinyl, Suzanne wants you to know something—you need to clean your records. She’ll walk you through how to do it, how often, and what tools you need. Just find the top story.
Honor is teasing a folding phone that looks like it could be better than the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Neat.
Tesla raised the price for “full self-driving” mode.. again. Woof, that’s a lot of money to pay for something that isn’t actually full self-driving.
With a bit of help from a 3D printer, you can game on the PS5 with one hand.
There’s nothing in the world quite like vinyl. However, once you take your new albums home from the record store, you’ll need to keep them clean so they last for years. Wondering how to clean a vinyl record? Keep reading—we have all the info. Read More »
Back in 2021, AT&T offered a free six-month Stadia Pro subscription with the purchase of eligible 5G phones. But the company is now broadening this promotion—new and existing AT&T customers get half a year of Stadia Pro and NVIDIA GeForce Priority so long as you have a 5G smartphone and an Unlimited plan. Read More »
Xbox is arguably the best gaming brand in terms of device accessibility, but that hasn’t stopped gamers from developing their own accessibility tools for the PlayStation. Just ask YouTuber Akaki Kuumerie, who designed an impressive PS5 DualSense adapter that lets you use the controller with just one hand. Read More »
General Motors and other carmakers have already debuted their first electric pickup trucks, but they’re still unable to produce a heavy-duty electric pickup due to technological constraints. In fact, GM recently stated that it wouldn’t electrify its heavy-duty vehicles until 2040. But the company made a surprising announcement during CES 2022—it’s fast tracking HD pickup development. Read More »
Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently confirmed that the company is once again raising the price of its “full self-driving” (FSD) software by another $2,000 in the United States. Initially, the software was to cost $8,000, then $10,000, and now Musk tweeted the new price will be $12,000 starting January 17th, 2022. Read More »
Cheap umbrellas are rarely worth the bother, especially if you live in a windy area. But with this wind-resistant option, however, you can protect yourself from a downpour without having to worry about your umbrella inverting or blowing away. It’s specifically designed to withstand strong winds, thanks to its clever double-vented Teflon-coated canopy and nine reinforced fiberglass ribs. The umbrella is easy enough to operate with just one hand (thanks to its single-button operation), features a non-slip handle for better grip, weighs just 15 ounces, and measures 11.5 inches so it’s the perfect travel companion.
When Android 12 launched in 2021, Google announced a bevy of new features for the Pixel phone’s “At a Glance” widget. And one of the most highly-anticipated of these new features, the ability to see Nest Doorbell previews on your Pixel lock screen, is now available to some users with the Google app beta (v13.0.6). Read More »
I don’t want to get ahead of myself, but 2022 may be the year of foldable phones. Oppo launched the Find N last month, Google should debut a Pixel Fold soon, and Honor just announced the Magic V, its first foldable. Read More »
Scrolling through feeds is arguably one of the most common things people do on smartphones and tablets. Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, TikTok, and many other services thrive on it. But is all of this mindless scrolling adding anything to your life? Read More »