LastPass is one of the most well-known password managers out there, and generally, it’s pretty well respected. So we saw reports that the company went out of its way to “accidentally” (but really on purpose?) block non-subscribers from exporting their password data; it took us by surprise.
That doesn’t seem OK at all, but when we looked into the details, we could find blind assumptions about the company’s motives. So we dug deeper to get the truth of the story. As it turns out, there IS a bug in the system. But no, LastPass isn’t actively trying to prevent people from exporting data. Check the top story for the whole scoop.
I bet you love ‘Wordle’ but what do you do after you solve the one puzzle a day it offers? Why you try one of these great alternatives we gathered together for you, that’s what.
Nope, the Nissan Leaf isn’t going anywhere. Except down in price, that is.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of “news” articles and Reddit posts claiming that LastPass intentionally prevents free users from exporting their password vault. And although the LastPass export process is a bit confusing, these claims are completely false. LastPass isn’t holding your data hostage. Read More »
Uh oh, Netflix is cranking up the money machine again. All Netflix U.S. and Canada plans now cost an extra dollar or two. The price hike brings the cost of Netflix’s 4K plan to a whopping $20 per month—is that really worth it? Read More »
Since the Pixel 6’s launch in late 2021, users have complained about all sorts of bugs that impact the display, fingerprint reader, and other important tools. These issues were supposed to get resolved in a December update, which was canceled due to a bug that prevented emergency calls. Now, Google is rolling out a Pixel 6 January update. Read More »
Nvidia is expanding its GeForce NOW streaming service with the power of its latest 30-series GPUs—the 3080, to be precise. Not only does that mean better performance, but it also unlocks RTX enhancements like ray tracing to anyone with a good enough internet connection. But at a very steep price. Read More »
Holy cow, Withings’ Body+ smart scale is nearly half-off at Amazon. Usually priced at $100, you can buy the Body+ scale to track your weight and body composition for just $59. It’s a killer deal, even if you’ve stumbled through your New Year’s resolutions. Read More »
You can always use a little more storage, right? This extra-large cotton rope basket is perfect for storing anything from blankets and clothes to board games and extra cables. Plus, it’s super stylish, and will look good in your living room, bedroom, crafts room, guest bedroom, or living room. The two handles make it easy to pick up and move around as needed, and the whole basket can even be folded up and stored as needed, thanks to its soft yet sturdy design. The basket measures 21.7 x 21.7 x 13.8 inches, and comes in eight different color combinations, so you have a few style options to choose from.
What if you could earn achievements, compete on global leaderboards, and keep track of your lifetime stats when playing pinball? That’s the idea behind Insider Connected, a free service from Stern that promises to make pinball more engaging at your local pizza joint and at home. Read More »
The Nissan Leaf has long been Nissan’s only electric vehicle available in the United States, but that’s about to change. In fact, the Leaf EV arrived over 11 years ago, and it took Nissan that long to release a second model, the Nissan Ariya. And no, the Nissan Leaf isn’t going anywhere, at least not yet. Read More »
Even with all its fancy personalization features, Google TV doesn’t feel distinct from Android TV. But that could change in 2022. In an interview with Protocol, Google TV’s director of product management Rob Caruso shared how Google TV could grow over the next year, and even teased some potential new features for the operating system. Read More »
Humble Bundle is warning users that Mac and Linux versions of games in the “Humble Trove” will disappear this February. If you game on a Mac or Linux device, it’s time to dive into the Trove and install any games you want to keep. Read More »
Few things are more exciting than getting swept up into the latest Internet craze, and the latest game craze is Wordle. The addicting game gives you one new puzzle to solve each day, but if you can’t wait and want more, here are the best Wordle alternatives. Read More »
While most of us rely on wireless at home, wired internet is often a better choice. The only catch is that most home routers only have a handful of ports. Adding more ports is easy, but there are a few things to consider when setting things up. Read More »
Most of us have seen the dreaded “No Internet” error message on Google Chrome. You can actually turn this screen into a fun, dino-themed endless runner game and, even better, hack the hidden Easter egg to where your dinosaur becomes invincible. Here’s how. Read More »
If anyone in your home has long, thick hair (or fur), you’re probably used to dealing with a clogged shower drain. But did you know you can prevent those clogs from happening in the first place? From drain blockers to chemical dissolvers, these items can help you keep those drains clear for good! Read More »