If you haven’t seen Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 smartphone yet, we highly recommend it as it’s a thing of beauty. We went hands-on with one and wow, it’s so close to perfection! From the phone’s processor to its powerful cameras, there’s a lot to love.
Our very own Justin dug in and put the smartphone through its paces. While he did find a few shortcomings, there was a lot he did like about the S22 as well. Click on our top story today to see all the glorious details and find out why this might be your next phone!
And in case you missed it, check out RG Editor-in-Chief Josh’s review of the S22 Ultra!
Lenovo just announced the first-ever ThinkPad running on a Snapdragon chipset, and it packs some pretty amazing specs!
YouTube is saying that suspended customers cannot cancel their Premium subscription, and people are understandably upset.
The time has come for wireless carriers to start shutting down older 3G networks, and it turns out that will affect a ton of cars. Here’s what you can do about it.
At a time when Google is battling non-stop bugs plaguing the Pixel 6 series, the Galaxy S22 shines. Samsung took a tried and true design, packed in the latest flagship processor, and made an Android smartphone that I could recommend to almost anyone. But, unfortunately, it’s not perfect. Read More »
If you’re a former YouTube Premium subscriber who’s now suspended or terminated from the service, you may want to review your credit card bill. In a legally-questionable twist, YouTube now says that suspended customers cannot cancel their Premium subscription, which costs $12 a month. Read More »
Wireless carriers are starting to shut down older 3G networks, affecting millions of cars. In late February 2022, AT&T became the first major wireless carrier to phase out its 3G network in what it’s calling a “3G sunset” as it continues to improve its 5G offerings, and it’s just the first of many. Read More »
While most households are still using Wi-Fi 5 routers, Qualcomm is already developing the world’s first Wi-Fi 7 chipset. It’s an odd move that will bring Wi-Fi 7 support to high-end smartphones in 2023, long before Wi-Fi 7 routers become commonplace or affordable. Still, you could seriously benefit from Qualcomm’s hasty move. Read More »
Ten years after its initial launch, the Raspberry Pi computer continues to be an overwhelming success. And while an ultra-affordable pricing strategy is partially responsible for that success, the Raspberry Pi would be nothing without an enthusiastic community of fans, educators, and charities. So, what better way to celebrate the Pi’s tenth anniversary than with some discounts? Read More »
More storage and organization is always a good thing, right? These large capacity plastic bins make fast work of keeping your stuff organized, plus they’re clear, so you can easily see what’s in them without having to move them around. Thanks to their versatile design, they’re perfect to use in your kitchen, home office, closet, cabinet, bedroom, craft room, classroom, garage, or anywhere else. They a’re made of food-safe BPA- and chlorine-free plastic, have built-in handles, are designed to stack, and are easy to clean.
We knew this was coming, but now it’s official. The Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone is officially dead. Samsung says it’ll never sell another Galaxy Note phone, and instead, the popular S-Pen touting device will come out as the “Ultra” every year from here on out. Read More »
After two months of waiting, OnePlus finally confirmed when it’ll release the flagship OnePlus 10 Pro for the U.S., U.K., and other regions. At the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2022 event, OnePlus announced its phone would be available in several markets at the end of March, and it’ll ship with OxygenOS. Read More »
As Microsoft races to address Windows 11’s clunky start menu and lack of tablet-friendly UI, it’s also taking time to work on new cosmetic features. And I’m not talking about widgets or gadgets—not this time, at least. In a new leak from Albacore, we get our first look at Windows 11’s Desktop Background Stickers. Read More »
OnePlus co-founder Pete Lau now says that the company is sticking with OxygenOS. After six months of customer complaints, it seems that the company no longer wants to merge its operating system with ColorOS, the software utilized by its sister company Oppo. Read More »
Motorized smart window blinds and shades are an excellent way to add finishing touches to any home. And while Lutron’s Serena smart shade lineup is already great, the company just debuted its latest Honeycomb smart shades designed to block more light than ever before. Read More »
An interesting feature that’s popping up more and more in VPN advertisements is one called double VPN or multi-hop VPN. Once offered by just a handful of VPN services, it seems other VPNs are now catching up to the marketing potential of these extra-secure connections. Does the reality live up to the expectation, though? Read More »
The last of the double-digit Chrome releases arrives today on March 1, 2022. In a few weeks, we’ll see Chrome hit the big 100, but for now, we’ve got some goodies in version 99. That includes a downloads shortcut, better date pickers, and more. Read More »
Portable TVs offer a nice binge-watching experience on long road trips and airplane rides, making it easy to stream content from any of your favorite streaming apps and keep yourself (or others) entertained. Here are our picks for the best Read More »