Shopping for your first projector is like diving off a cliff into the ocean. You’ll probably have a ton of fun, but you’ll be scared on the way down, and you might end up making a costly mistake. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Projectors really aren’t all that confusing. Oftentimes, people are just intimidated by weird projector terminology, like “short throw” and “long throw.” Check out our top story to learn what these terms mean, and you’ll come out with the confidence to buy a projector that will work beautifully in your home.
Because projectors are so different from TVs, they’re often described using niche language like “ultra-short throw” or “long throw.” But this terminology exists for a reason. Once you understand it, you’ll have a much easier time identifying how projectors work and deciding whether a long throw, short throw, or ultra-short throw model is right for your home. Read More »
It’s common sense that everyone should be using a good password manager (we hope, at least). It’s also worth noting that password managers have tons of other amazing features that you might not be using. These features are both convenient and security-centric, and they can help you stay safe online and get the most out of your password manager. Read More »
If you think it’s impossible to improve upon the standard 100W Power Delivery USB-C to USB-C cable, you’d be wrong. Fortunately, Chipofy thought to add a small LED display, allowing users to see how much power is being drawn, and I love this cable! Read More »
If you’re looking for inspiration on what to build out of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4), you’ll want to check out the Retro Lite CM4 by StonedEdge. A custom-built portable game console powered by the tiny Pi CM4. Read More »
It seems like Microsoft doesn’t know what it wants to do with the Windows 11 taskbar and start menu, especially when it comes to blending the desktop and tablet experience. Now, our taskbar could lose another helpful feature to the tablet UI. Read More »
Everyone’s air quality could probably always stand to be a little better, so why not let this terrific air purifier from LEVOIT keep your home’s air clean? It’s perfect for anyone who struggles with allergies or congestion, and it runs super quietly (down to just 25dB), so you can even use it at night in your bedroom. The purifier uses 360-degree VortexAir Technology 3.0 and three-stage filtration to ensure all the gunk (things like smoke, allergens, odors, and pet dander) in your air is captured, not re-released. You can even add essential oils to the aroma pad for a nice scent in your home, if you like.
Despite its outdated design, the 2020 iPhone SE was lauded as a cost-effective alternative to Apple’s flagship smartphones. But lightning doesn’t strike twice, and all that. The newly-launched 2022 iPhone SE hasn’t received a lot of hype from customers or critics, and new reports indicate that Apple overestimated the phone’s appeal. Read More »
We recently learned that Intel’s new flagship 12th Gen Core i9-12900KS processor will arrive on April 5th. The company touts it as the “world’s fastest desktop processor,” and it’ll be one expensive chip. Read More »
You’ve finished your workout and you have to run to your next appointment, leaving you basically no time to stretch. Luckily, there are some easy, yet effective, full-body stretches you can perform in less than five minutes and still get all the benefits. Read More »
13 years after the first release, Chrome has finally hit triple digits. Google is celebrating Chrome 100 with a shiny new icon, more tools for web apps, and some feature removals you may not like. Let’s dive into March 28, 2022’s milestone release. Read More »
Apple’s third-generation iPhone SE (released in March 2022) stands out from the company’s family of smartphones, not only because of its budget-friendly price, but also its outdated design. Although it’s hard to recommend a phone that’s lacking so much, it’s perfect for a very select audience. Read More »
By now, you’ve likely finished watching Bridgerton‘s second season, and you probably need something else to check out. Well, there’s some good news. This week marks the entry in a new month and with it comes a plethora of new Netflix content. Read More »
VPNs promise to protect your privacy, but law enforcement and courts the world over have the legal right to ask for your records—provided they can make a case against you. How do VPNs handle these requests, and how much do they end up sharing with the authorities? Read More »