When people ask why we’re excited about electric trucks, we point to the Rivian R1T. You’ve probably heard a bunch of neat stuff about the R1T—it can drive through water, go from 0-60 mph in three seconds, and all that.
But we want to highlight some of the R1T’s more interesting (and lesser-known) qualities. Did you know, for example, that the 11,000-pound truck can do a complete 360-degree spin while standing still? Check out our top story to learn all about the Rivian R1T’s most amazing features.
Last year, a new American auto manufacturer named Rivian released the first electric truck, the exciting Rivian R1T. It’s an adventure vehicle with a unique design, plenty of power, and a lot to love. Read More »
The JIRENO CUBE 4 is a powerhouse of a projector that is well worth the price of admission. With its 1080p FHD Resolution, Full 4K Decoding, dual 5-watt speakers, and built-in Android TV, the JIRENO CUBE4 has everything you want in a portable projector. The only problem: it’s not that portable. Read More »
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Electric trucks are finally here, and more are on the way in 2022 and beyond. We’re talking about the biggest names in automotive, from Ford and Chevrolet to Tesla and many others. But as they always say, “the best is yet to come,” so let’s take a look at the most exciting upcoming EV pickups. Read More »
The team at Snap just launched Pixy, a selfie drone that costs just $230. It’s a pretty interesting product—Pixy is about the size of your hand, has fully automated flight paths (no controller), and captures video with a 2.7k resolution. But before buying Pixy, you’d better check the detailed specs. Read More »
During a Q1 earnings call, Facebook (now Meta) CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the upcoming Project Cambria headset “will be more work focused,” with features and ergonomics suited for a mixed reality office environment. But these features should appeal to gamers, assuming that Zuckerberg isn’t holding back any unpleasant details. Read More »
Whether you’re camping, crawling through an attic, in a power outage, or out stargazing, it never hurts to have some extra lights on hand. This set of two LED headlamps features a large LED light that offers hands-free functionality for up to 10 hours. The headband is adjustable, so it works for both children and adults, and is removable and washable. The lights feature seven lighting modes—including a red beam for when you need to stay dark-adjusted—and you can move it around within the 45-degree range.
Believe it or not, Microsoft Edge is actually a pretty decent browser these days. Admittedly that’s because, under the hood, it’s powered by Chromium, but facts are facts. And here and there, Microsoft continues to add useful features—including a test for a new (and free) VPN. Read More »
Those who are patiently waiting for Nothing’s first smartphone can now test the Nothing Launcher. As promised, this launcher features some of the unique design language (mainly fonts and widgets) of the upcoming “Nothing OS.” Read More »
Dell revealed its unique new XPS 13 Plus laptop earlier this year at CES, and now the company confirmed it’s finally available for purchase. So, if you want a sleek laptop without a trackpad, this is for you. Read More »
The good news: YouTube TV is getting a long-awaited feature that’ll make sharing the service with your family much more tolerable. The bad news: that feature should also become available for Chromecast with Google TV users at the same time, and it probably won’t. Read More »
Nanoleaf fans better prepare to pony up, because the brand’s latest product is specially made for a Secretlabs desk. The new MAGRGB light strip adds colorful, customizable lighting to the MAGNUS Metal Desk, a $550 monster that pairs with oodles of magnetic accessories. Read More »
As discovered by M. Brandon Lee, the new Android 13 Beta adds Face Unlock settings to the Pixel 6 Pro. These settings aren’t functional, though they seem to verify rumors that Face Unlock will come to the Pixel 6 Pro this June. Read More »
It’s tough shopping for an external hard drive with reasonable performance these days. Many USB options use a slow hard drive technology called SMR that can be hard to spot. If you want good transfer speeds for a reasonable price, you’ll need to roll your own. Here’s how. Read More »
If you’re anything like me, you often use tin foil and aluminum foil interchangeably. Personally, I’ve always assumed they’re the same thing. Turns out, though, I’ve been confusing two completely different products. Read More »