The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is a return to form that anyone who missed the note should love. It takes everything great about the S21 series, pumps up the specs, and brings back the pen. It’s no wonder we reviewed it so well.
But did you know it’s more than just a note-taker? We put together seven impressive features the Samsung S22 Ultra (and a few of its brethren) boasts. Number 6 will… nope, not going to do that tired trick. Just check out the top story.
I took a look at Eve’s new MotionBlinds smart shades. They’re future-proof.
Your new Galaxy S22 Ultra is more than just a pretty face. Samsung filled the new flagship with tons of unique and useful features—so many, in fact, that some of the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s best features may fly under your radar. So, here are seven cool things you can do with your Galaxy S22 Ultra. Read More »
Historically speaking, Macs were thought of as the “safe” operating system. From the onset, they were usually owned more so by businesses than casual home users. They also have tighter default security protocols when it comes to downloading and installing software, requiring you to enter a password before continuing and optionally locking down downloads to only trusted sources, thus making it more difficult for sneaky malicious programs to find a foothold. Read More »
While we’ve heard a few reports regarding Sony’s upcoming WH-1000XM5 headphones, we recently received our first big leak revealing plenty of exciting information. Including a sleek new design, substantially longer battery life, enhanced ANC, and more. Read More »
Lately, Google’s made a lot of changes regarding how Android apps handle payments, and those changes are starting to affect people in multiple ways. The latest being users are unable to sign up for Hulu in the Android app or on Android-powered smart TVs. Read More »
In January, Arcade1Up announced several new machines coming with upgraded 19-inch screens, and now, the company just confirmed one of its biggest arcade cabinets yet. That being the new Arcade1Up NBA Jam: SHAQ Edition. Read More »
Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s almost barbeque season! Make sure you’re prepared by picking up a dual-probe digital instant-read thermometer. It takes about three seconds to read the temperature of your food then it displays the information on a backlit LCD screen. It’s accurate down to one degree Celsius and lasts for over 2,000 hours on a single charge. The thermometer even has a built-in alarm that can notify you when your food reaches a preset temperature. When you do finally need to recharge it, you can do so via the included USB cable. It even features an auto on/off function for safety.
Health integrations on Google’s fantastic Nest Hub will become even more robust thanks to a neat new feature. Soon, you will be able to view a bigger variety of activity metrics from Google Fit or Fitbit—like daily calories burned or your steps—directly on the device. Read More »
One of the most exciting features of the new F-150 Lightning EV is support for bidirectional charging, which owners can use to power their homes in an emergency or power outage. Users will also need Ford’s “Home Integration System,” and it’s more affordable than expected. Read More »
Tab organization is just a click away in the latest Chrome Canary for Windows build, which lets you reorganize tabs using simple keyboard shortcuts. While this feature is still in beta, we expect it to arrive in the next stable Chrome release (version 102). Read More »
Of all the Pixel phones in Google’s backlog, the Pixel 3a is my favorite. It’s the best affordable phone I’ve ever used, and it remains relatively bug-free by Pixel standards. Unfortunately, Google will no longer offer software or security updates for the Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL. It’s time to shop for a new phone. Read More »
Smart shades (or smart blinds) are one of my favorite smart home accessories I own. But they tend to be very expensive, very slow, loud, and often require yet another smart home hub. Eve’s new MotionBlinds solve most of those problems in one excellent package. Read More »
So the marketing for your Wi-Fi router promises a certain speed but your experience with the router doesn’t live up to that speed. What gives? Here’s why you’re not getting the advertised experience. Read More »
It’s no secret that bug repellent sprays are effective at warding off pests like mosquitos. Unfortunately, they don’t always smell all that great. However, there is an option that’ll keep those bloodsucking insects off of you without making you smell like a chemical factory. Read More »