By now, you’re all probably aware of just how fast EVs like a Tesla are, including electric trucks. But, should a big and heavy electric vehicle be faster than a sports car?
Due to the sheer size, weight, and fast speeds, some experts believe electric trucks are hazardous. Our top story discusses whether electric trucks are heavier and more dangerous than traditional pickups and details some important differences.
The auto industry is going green by building electric vehicles, but many fear that the switch to EVs will make roads more dangerous than ever before. Electric trucks are heavy, and they could be more dangerous than traditional trucks. Read More »
Social networks are a great way to stay connected to friends, family, current events, and everything else. But that doesn’t mean you should leave all of your stuff on this big ol’ internet for everyone to see until the end of time. Nay, you should regularly archive your old posts. Let’s talk about it. Read More »
Just as Google promised, the first Android 13 Beta is now available for anyone with the patience to install it. This Beta release doesn’t pack as many new features as last month’s Developer Preview, but it’s the first version of Android 13 that’s stable enough for the average geek to test. Read More »
It seems that Valve has stuck with its promise. The Steam Deck is literally a portable PC, and as such, it can boot operating systems like Windows or Linux. But support for Windows on Steam Deck is still a bit rocky—most people should skip it, at least for now. Read More »
It seems that the upcoming Dell Precision 7760 workstation will use proprietary DDR5 RAM modules, which should save space within the laptop and reduce production costs. That said, these modules could severely limit user upgradability, forcing customers to buy new RAM through Dell. Read More »
Vinyl can be an expensive investment, so keep each of your records safe from damage with these anti-static protective inner sleeves. Not only do they safekeep your records from unwanted static electricity, they help protect them against scratches, scuff marks, fingerprint smudges, dust, and water. They’re thicker than standard sleeves, but still fit inside packaging without issue. This set comes with 50 clear sleeves, and feature a rounded-bottom design that’s perfect for 12-inch 33 RPM records.
Rivian kicked off R1T electric pickup production at an incredibly slow rate—it made just two vehicles per day. And while the company is slowly inching toward a more reasonable production volume, its latest revelation may disappoint some customers. Basically, complicated vehicle customizations take more time to manufacture, so they’re getting delayed. Read More »
After nearly a year of waiting since first being announced, it’s finally time for the Ford F-150 Lightning to hit the streets. There’s a ton of excitement around Ford’s first all-electric pickup truck, and today the company confirmed its official launch date is only a few weeks away. Read More »
I’m not a particularly good cook, but one look at me and you know I like to eat. The Tovala smart oven and its associated meal plan make it easy for me to get great tasty meals at the press of a button. Read More »
Samsung’s best and fastest portable SSD is now available in an ultra-rugged form factor. Available now for $160, the Samsung T7 Shield is a durable beast, with a proper IPX rating, improved drop protection, and a durable rubberized finish. Read More »
This week Dell announced a trio of new laptops, all with varying screen sizes up to 17-inches. In addition, the release includes one with the world’s first collaboration touchpad built with shortcuts to make meetings easier than ever. Read More »
Wyze may already have cameras, smart bulbs, switches, locks, and sprinklers. But there’s one area of your home it can’t control yet: your garage door. That changes today with the new Wyze Garage Door Controller, starting at $18.99 plus shipping. That’s a low price made possible by QR codes. Read More »
Wi-Fi is the backbone of the home internet experience and if you’re not getting a strong signal between your router and your phone, smart TV, or other devices, then you’re not having a good time. Here’s how to improve your Wi-Fi experience. Read More »
Android 13 is the latest version of Google’s operating system and it’s scheduled for an official release in late 2022. Until then, you can try it out with the Android 13 Beta program. We’ll show you how easy it is. Read More »
Most of us are on a mission to get the most bang for our buck at the grocery store. Sometimes, this means opting for frozen rather than fresh, which often includes meat. If you enjoy fish, there’s one way you can make sure the frozen stuff is as fresh as possible. Read More »
When taking a trip to Europe, some travelers prefer to find their own way, while others would much rather hire a tour company to plan an itinerary, so they don’t miss anything. A popular way to enjoy a guided tour is via bus, and these are some of the best companies to check out if you’re planning a European vacation. Read More »
Samsung introduced the T7 at CES 2020, and it has been one of our favorite portable SSDs ever since. Its greatest weakness is the lack of a water or dust resistance rating. The latest addition to Samsung’s SSD lineup, the T7 Shield, fixes that with IP65 protection and greater drop resistance. Read More »
Before you invest in an electric vehicle (EV), there are a few things you should research. One of the most important factors, though, is what kind of charging connector an EV uses. Here’s how they’re different, and where you can actually use them. Read More »