Hello! And Happy Wednesday! At Review Geek, we thought we’d tackle a question we see all the time: do Apple AirTags need to be recharged? It’s a fair question, too, as AirTags aren’t the first tracker device. Some need to be recharged, some require a battery change, and some you actually have to throw away when the battery dies. That last one is dumb and we’d never recommend a product like that to you.
So what’s the case with Apple AirTags? Hit the top story to find out.
If you just bought AirTags or are considering purchasing some, you might be wondering how to charge them. Fortunately, it’s a pretty quick and painless process. We have everything you need to know about changing these batteries, along with a few replacement options. Read More »
Just because your iPhone comes with a software keyboard doesn’t mean you have to like it…or keep it. There are better iPhone keyboard apps out there with robust features like custom themes and emoji, as well as some that can help you type faster or more accurately, so why not make the jump? Read More »
1MORE proves once and for all that you don’t need to break the bank to get your hands on a pair of high-end, comfortable, long-lasting earbuds. If you’re in the market for cozy, feature-rich earbuds under $100, you’ll want to know everything that the ComfoBuds Mini Earbuds get right. Read More »
Like it or not, Twitter is finally getting an edit button. The company confirms that it began working on an edit button in 2021, and that it will test the feature with paid Twitter Blue users in the coming months. Read More »
We already knew the Lexus RZ450e, its first electric vehicle for the United States, was coming in 2022 and now it’s almost here. Lexus released two teaser images this week and confirmed the car would get officially unveiled on April 20th. However, some people are already complaining about it. Read More »
If you spend more than a few minutes each day typing away on your keyboard, we highly recommend picking up a comfy wrist rest for your computer setup. This set offers a long wrist rest for your keyboard as well as a smaller one for your mouse, and it comes in about a dozen different colors, so you can choose the one that best matches your personal style. It’s made of comfortable memory foam and wrapped in a soft and smooth material that’ll help your wrists feel supported and comfy all day long. Plus, with its anti-slip gel base, it’ll stay put on your desk instead of sliding around.
It seems like Google is finally finding its groove. After months of clunky update rollouts, the April update is now available for the Pixel 3a, the Pixel 6, and everything in between. It resolves a handful of annoying problems, and unlike previous updates, it doesn’t seem to introduce any major new bugs. Unfortunately, some Pixel problems still persist. Read More »
After going viral on TikTok last January, the Samsung Bespoke Jet is finally available for purchase. It’s Samsung’s most powerful stick vacuum to date, with advanced features like a self-emptying tank, an extendable design, and an optional spinning mop add-on. Read More »
As promised back in February, GM has finally restarted production on the Chevy Bolt EV and EUV after a huge recall with several delays and production halts. This is good news for the company after dealing with problems for the better part of the last year. Read More »
It’s been nine months since Microsoft launched Windows 365, a Cloud PC service that lets you stream a powerful, personalized Windows desktop on any device’s browser. Now, Windows 365 is finally integrating with “real” Windows 11 computers, and it’s amazing. Read More »
While GM and Honda are already working together to develop two EVs coming to the United States in 2024, like the Honda Prologue SUV, today, the two expanded the partnership with the promise of more affordable EVs coming soon. Read More »
Your four-year-old Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ will no longer receive security updates. Both phones have officially met the end of their lifecycle and will grow vulnerable to security exploits as their software ages. Unfortunately, that means it’s time to look for a replacement. Read More »
As always, Internet Explorer is getting in the way of progress. Due to a bug that prevents Internet Explorer data from carrying over from Windows 10 to Windows 11, a new hold may prevent you from upgrading your OS until you manually transfer Internet Explorer data to Edge. Read More »
We’re big fans of tech and spend nearly every waking minute thinking about it, but sometimes it’s nice to step back and find other ways to pass the time without it. And what better candidate for unplugged fun than a good ol’ jigsaw puzzle? Read More »
Not only are hearing aids expensive, but they’re rarely covered by insurance. That’s why Olive Union is launching a new, more powerful version of its popular budget hearing aids. Now available for pre-order, the Olive Max automatically cut unwanted noise, boost voices, and cost just $300 with an early bird discount. Read More »
In a surprise update, Plex now offers universal search and watchlist functions. These new features allow you to quickly find content on other streaming services, such as HBO Max and Disney+, all without leaving the Plex app. In other words, Plex is now a one-stop shop for all your streaming needs. Read More »
30 years ago—on April 6, 1992—Microsoft released Windows 3.1, which brought the company to a new level of success, kept the PC platform competitive with Macs, and set the stage for Windows PC domination. Here’s what was special about it. Read More »
If you don’t have pets, you probably don’t associate animals with your home office. Those with cats and dogs, however, know how quickly their hair can accumulate on every surface—including your desk. Turns out, a gadget went viral on TikTok precisely because it solves this very problem. Read More »
Half the fun of working out is buying new clothes to wear while you’re doing it. Of course, a lot of sportswear can be quite pricey. That’s why we went on a bargain hunt and found 30 activewear separates under $30 for both men and women. Read More »
Microsoft has now confirmed Windows 11’s File Explorer will get tabs. The long saga of tabs is finally coming to a close–remember when we were supposed to get them in 2018? Here’s why we’re confident Microsoft is delivering this time. Read More »
The original boomboxes offered one of the first ways to bring music anywhere. We’ve got plenty of options for portable music now, but a boombox brings more than that, with plenty of features, playback options, and volume. Read More »