Bone conduction headphones are one of our favorite tech gadgets, even though not everyone knows about them. With their slim open-ear design, they’re a great choice for anyone wanting to listen to music while still being able to hear what’s going on around them.
But how does this type of headphone work, since it doesn’t go in or over your ear like traditional earbuds or headphones? Do they have any other perks beyond situational awareness? What are their downsides? Click on today’s top story to get all the answers.
Planning on purchasing a gorgeous new Samsung Galaxy S22? You should probably also buy a case for it and we found all the best cases for you!
Microsoft is testing yet another Windows 11 taskbar! This one is dynamic, offering two thoughtful modes, and makes a ton of sense.
Valve’s cool-looking Steam Deck is finally launching … except it doesn’t come with a dock. No worries though, here are some terrific (and affordable) dock alternatives.
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If you’ve ever wanted to listen to music without losing track of your surroundings, it may be time to shop for some bone conduction headphones. These specialized headphones lack speakers and leave your ears free to hear external noises, such as voices or oncoming cars. Read More »
Nerds love to draw comparisons between VR and Star Trek’s Holodeck, a room that creates interactive (and often deadly) computerized environments. That comparison feels pretty accurate today, as Facebook is now stealing one of the fictional Holodeck’s underrated features—the ability to craft a VR world using voice commands. Read More »
Last week, Microsoft debuted multiple cool features in its latest Windows 11 Insider release, including Start Menu folders and video live captions. And now, it looks to keep the changes coming. We’ve seen a lot of adjustments to the taskbar as of late, and with the latest Windows Insider Build 22563 today, Microsoft is testing yet another new taskbar for Windows 11. Read More »
Motorola is ready to take on the Galaxy S22 and Pixel 6 with an all-new flagship phone. The company just announced its new Motorola Edge+ in the United States, also known as the Moto Edge 30 Pro for other regions. Unfortunately, while it has plenty to offer vs. the competition, the software update situation leaves a little to be desired. Read More »
After a long wait, the Steam Deck finally launches on February 25th. But Valve now says that the Steam Deck’s must-have accessory, its official docking station, won’t be available until “late Spring.” No need to worry; there are plenty of affordable alternatives. Read More »
If you’ve got a room full of plants or musical instruments, you should consider adding a digital hygrometer to your setup so you can monitor the humidity levels. They’re also handy to have if you are sensitive to certain allergens, have dry skin, or need to watch the humidity levels for a pet reptile. This particular hygrometer also sports a built-in thermometer and uses large digits to make it easy for you to see what’s happening at a glance. It updates every 10 seconds, has an accuracy of +/- 2.5 degrees, runs on three AAA batteries, and features both a tabletop stand and magnetic back, so you can place it virtually anywhere.
Rejoice, ye gamers who prefer handheld consoles! Valve’s Steam Deck will officially start selling on February 25. However, the Steam Deck’s release day promises to be just as chaotic and challenging as any of the games you’ll ever play on it, so buckle up. Read More »
Everyone loves saving a little bit of money, right? After toying with the idea late last year, Tesla has launched its yearly Premium Connectivity subscription in the U.S. for a discounted price of $99 per year. Until now, the service ran Tesla owners $9.99 per month. Read More »
If you’re like most people, you have an ever-growing list of books to read, and you worry you’ll never get through it. With a speed reading app, however, you can make it through your list and more in no time. Read More »
Plex Arcade is one of the most ambitious cloud gaming services available today. Just as you might use Plex to stream your personal collection of movies, Plex Arcade lets you stream your classic game ROMs to any device. Unfortunately, Plex Arcade kind of sucks, so the service will be discontinued on March 31st. Read More »
Now that the new Samsung Galaxy S22 lineup is here and you’ve decided which of the three big phones to get, you’ll want a nice case to keep it safe. The best Galaxy S22 cases or Galaxy S22 Ultra cases can help protect your phone from accidental drops and life’s daily hazards. Read More »
Ever had trouble keeping your pasta on your fork? How about when you make a delicious sauce for it, only to discover half of it at the bottom of your bowl? That’s where Cascatelli—a brand-new pasta shape—comes in! Read More »
Sometimes the technology industry moves too fast. We’ve only started kicking into gear with PCIe 4.0 in consumer products, PCIe 5.0 is just barely rolling out, and already PCIe 6.0 is on its way. Here’s what you can expect. Read More »
You might be an avid coffee lover, but sometimes, we just don’t get around to finishing our morning cup. Don’t pour it down the drain quite yet, though, because something else in your home can use it. Read More »