Electric vehicles have some of the most powerful batteries in the consumer market. Given that, it’s no wonder people are wondering what all they can do. Some have even asked brilliant yet daunting questions like “Can your EV Power your house?”
Our very own Cory explored this question and took a look at whether or not this could actually work, as well as the logistics of it and how long this could last. Give today’s top story a click to see for yourself.
Jeez louise! Apple is developing six new M2 Macs, according to a recent leak and they seem pretty dang powerful!
Satechi is running a site-wide sale on all its accessories this Easter weekend, so you better get to clickin’ if you’re interested.
Can your shiny new electric vehicle power your house? It’s a question we’re seeing a lot these days, especially with the rise in EV popularity. Technically, most EVs have enough energy in the battery to power a home for multiple days, but things are a little more complicated than that. Read More »
Mobile Gaming has come a long way from those Java-powered flip phone games, and holding Xiaomi’s Black Shark 4 Pro in my hands is a firm reminder. It maintains the sleek design of a standard smartphone, but upon closer inspection, you’ll find a powerful machine for the gamer on the go. Read More »
Meta, previously known as Facebook, is getting ready to release a successor to the popular Oculus Quest 2 VR headset. Known as “Project Cambria,” new leaks give us our first potential glance at Meta’s new high-end VR platform. Read More »
Apple is working on six M2 Macs, according to developer logs obtained by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. These logs show that Apple is testing its M2 Macs with third-party apps, a sign that they’re near the end of development and could begin launching later this year. Read More »
Last January, Arcade1Up announced arguably its best retro arcade cabinet lineup, and after a few delays, our favorite of the bunch is finally available. Yes, we’re talking about the Arcade1Up Dragon’s Lair machine. Read More »
A first aid kit might not be the most exciting purchase you ever make, but you’ll be happy that you did when it comes time to use it. Keeping a first aid kit in your car is a great ideas, as it means you’ll be prepared anywhere you go, especially if it’s an outdoor adventure. We love this kit, as it features 298 pieces of essentials, from 1×3-inch adhesive fabric bandages and sterile gauze pads to burn gel and ibuprofen tablets. There’s even hardware like a disposable thermometer and scissors It comes a rugged exterior bag lined with clear interior pockets so you can easily see where everything is.
Due to a new Lansweeper “readiness audit,” some outlets are reporting that Windows XP is more popular than Windows 11. But that simply isn’t the case—Lansweeper’s audit reveals some interesting (and troubling) information about Windows 11 adoption, but it doesn’t paint a full picture of global Windows usage. Read More »
Video games can be great outlets for creativity, but what if you want them to push your mind a little further? There are plenty of sandbox titles that feature robust building systems, in-depth mechanics, and plenty of tools to tinker with to allow you full control over complex mechanisms. So we sought out the best of the best in the genre. Read More »
Mobile accessories maker Satechi is running a short but wonderful site-wide Easter sale, starting Friday, April 15, and ending on Sunday, April 17. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your current accessories, or picking up some new ones, now’s the time! Read More »
If you spend a lot of hours behind the wheel, a good car charger is a must-have accessory. Fortunately for you, there are several excellent car chargers on the market, and we have picked the best ones. Read More »