Disney+ is one of the newest in a long line of streaming services that have popped up in the past five years. Gone is the day of just subscribing to Netflix because that was the only option. But should you subscribe to Disney+ at all?
If you’ve been on the fence and wondering if Disney+ is worth the price, we’ve put together a complete guide for you. You may be surprised! After all, Disney+ isn’t just Mickey Mouse and Avengers content; there’s a lot more going on… in the top story.
If you’re a Disney fan, subscribing to Disney Plus is a no-brainer. There are many shows and movies to fall in love with, from old classics to new releases. And even if you’re not the biggest Disney fan, there’s a ton of other great content to stream on Disney+. Read More »
Password managers like Dashlane and 1Password promise to secure and sync your login information across all your browsers and devices. But chances are, you probably don’t need to pay for a password manager. There are plenty of clients like LastPass that can get the job done for free, and if you only browse the internet on one device, then it may be easier to stick with your browser’s built-in password manager. Read More »
I’m an amateur woodworker. I’m not entirely unskilled, but I’m not a professional or even exceptional. I’ve never sold anything I’ve built. Despite that, I spent $2,200 on a SawStop table saw and got rid of an old $300 table saw. And it’s worth every penny, because of its superb fence, large surface area, and ability to protect me from serious injury. Read More »
You know how Apple forces all in-app payments to go through its billing system? Yeah, Google will implement a similar policy on March 31st. But oddly enough, Google just made a last-minute pivot. It’s now exploring a “user choice” billing option that will genuinely improve the payment experience in all Android apps. Read More »
Now that Google offers a stable version of Android 12L, enthusiasts and techies can toy with the operating system on their PC or Pixel smartphone. But for a true Android 12L experience, you need to see it on the big screen—it’s meant for tablets, after all. And that’s where the Raspberry Pi makes things interesting. Read More »
Own a Nintendo Switch? Looking for a great Pokemon game to play? Why not check out the latest entry in the series, Pokemon Legends: Arceus? In this brand-new title, you’ll travel to the Hisui region (the Sinnoh of old) and build the region’s first Pokedex! You’ll wander around, study any regional Pokemon you encounter, and even catch a few new Pokemon along the way. You also get several chances to battle other Pokemon trainers and learn about the mythical Pokemon Arceus, the key to this game’s exciting tale!
While most companies and ISPs are pushing for Wi-Fi 6 adoption, you should seriously consider a next-gen Wi-Fi 6E system. The Wi-Fi 6E standard opens a new 6GHz wireless channel in your home, decreasing network congestion and increasing wireless speeds. Now, Eero is finally offering a Wi-Fi 6E mesh kit, and it’s a steal. Read More »
iPhone 15 Pro leaks claim Apple will be making significant changes to the screen on its new smartphone range. And while we already have a good idea of what to expect from Apple’s iPhone 14 later this year, it’s never too early to start thinking about the iPhone 15 coming in 2023. Read More »
In what feels like the most obvious business decision of the century, YouTube now offers free TV shows with ads. This is different from the legally-questionable TV show uploads that have occupied YouTube since its inception—YouTube is actually licensing these shows from networks, just as it licenses movies. Read More »
We have some good news if you’re one of the million or more people who pre-ordered a Tesla Cybertruck and are patiently awaiting updates. Elon Musk recently stated the company still wants to complete Cybertruck development this year and start production in 2023. Read More »
If your Pixel 6’s vibration seems a bit weaker than usual, you’re not alone. Dozens of customers say that the March update changed how their Pixel vibrates when receiving calls, texts, or notifications. Thankfully, you can customize the Pixel 6’s vibration, though doing so will cost you a few dollars. Read More »
As expected, Nothing used its March 23rd “The Truth” event to announce its first smartphone, called the “phone (1).” While the company still hasn’t shared any images or specs related to the phone, it did give us a look at Nothing OS, a custom Android skin that will debut as a launcher on the Google Play Store this April. Read More »
Your laptop GPU often has a “TDP” or Thermal Design Power number buried in its specifications, measured in watts. It’s easy to gloss over, but TDP could be a key performance number that you overlook at your own peril. Read More »
If you like to entertain at home, you probably already know a lot of cocktail basics. Unless James Bond is one of your guests, though, you also need to know when to shake or stir certain drinks. Read More »
The Galaxy Tab S8 is a great Android tablet, but you’ll want to get some accessories to get the best Samsung tablet experience. From cases to keyboards, we’ve found the best Tab S8 accessories. Read More »
You’ve got people headed over for a party, and you thought you’d taken care of all of your entertaining duties. Then, you realize your wine hasn’t been chilled! Don’t worry—we have a solution for you. Read More »
The low and zero-emission vehicle market has grown exponentially in recent years. If you’re shopping for one, you’re probably wondering what the difference is between a hybrid vehicle and an all-electric vehicle (EV), and which you should choose. We’ll examine both here. Read More »