Google I/O, the company’s annual developer event, is coming up quickly. The whole shebang launches on Wednesday, and while developer events usually are something only a developer should pay attention to, this one is different.
That’s because Google often launches new and exciting hardware at its developer event, from new smart home gadgets to new Pixel devices. So what should expect to get announced this year? We have the details of the rumors in the top story.
After canceling in 2020 and having an intimate show for 2021, Google’s annual developer event, Google I/O 2022, is back and should be bigger than ever. And while these events are highly software-focused, we’re expecting some big hardware announcements later this week. Read More »
Despite their massive decline in popularity and value, NFTs are coming to Instagram. Select users will have the option to display and share NFTs on their profile beginning the week of May 16th. Instagram claims that NFT integration will help artists make money, but Instagram is a business, so it’s obviously searching for a way to profit off of NFTs. Read More »
Last year, Windows users were disappointed to learn that Windows 11 Home requires a Microsoft Account during setup. But Microsoft doesn’t care about the pushback. It now says that future Windows 11 Pro releases, which were previously free of these requirements, will also force you to use a Microsoft Account account for setup. Read More »
Sports fans are fuboTV’s bread and butter. Unfortunately, new subscribers who want to see events in 4K must now subscribe to fuboTV most expensive plan. The company’s “130+ events in 4K” are now exclusive to the “Elite” channel package. Read More »
It’s easy to make an older car feel new by adding a few gadgets or accessories, but it’s not quite that simple when you drive a Tesla. That said, you can now get Apple’s CarPlay or Android Auto in Tesla vehicles with this neat Raspberry Pi hack. Read More »
It can be so tough to leave your cute little pets at home whenever you leave, but that doesn’t mean you can see them while you’re gone! With the Petcube pet cam, you can check on and even chat with your pets whenever you’re out of the house. The camera can record in 1080p HD with a 110-degree field of view, plus it supports night vision up to 30 feet away. Thanks to its two-way audio feature, you can open the companion app and chat with your pets, scolding them to get off the coffee table or even just to calm them if they get anxious without you.
Over the weekend, we received our first look at Motorola’s 3rd generation folding phone, the Moto Razr 3. Leaked images tease a phone with dual primary cameras and an upgraded modern design. Read More »
Generally speaking, Amazon doesn’t sell Google-branded smart home devices. But the companies often make small (and short-lived) concessions, and today, the Chromecast with Google TV is finally available for pre-order on Amazon. Wait, why pre-order? Read More »
Ultrawide monitors are often praised for their productivity advantages, but they can be just as great for gaming. Whether it enables you to see a wider field of view or grant tangible gameplay advantages, some PC games support ultrawide screens better than others—here’s just a few. Read More »
There are several options available when it comes to ambient or accent lighting. And while we’ve tested several of Govee’s ever-expanding smart lights product lineup, the new Govee Glide Hexa Light Panels are some of the brightest and best. Read More »
Temperature is a big obsession for PC enthusiasts, which is why we hear a lot about CPU and graphics card cooling. But what about the rest of the PC? And what’s the ideal temperature range? Let’s dive into this hot topic. Read More »
Nomad makes some of the best leather cases and accessories for Apple’s devices. Its MagSafe chargers are no different. If you’re looking for an all-in-one charging dock for your iPhone and Apple Watch, nothing is holding me back from recommending the Base One Max—if it’s in your budget. Read More »
Android phones are, well, phones at the core. You may not think much about the phone app that came pre-installed, but like many things in Android, it can be changed. You should try the Google Phone app. Read More »
If you’re an all-day sipper, or you just always forget about your morning cuppa until it’s cold, reheating coffee can really alter its flavor, and not for the better. While there are some tricks to minimize this loss of tastiness, some brewing experts recommend something else entirely. Read More »