Cutting the cord doesn’t mean giving up on live shows and movies. But let’s be honest, do you really want to deal with antenna TV? I’ve made the plunge, but only because of Plex.
Adding local TV channels to Plex is a breeze, and more importantly, it turns those old rabbit ears into something much more modern and exciting. With Plex, you can stream local channels to any device, and even program a DVR to automatically record every episode of a new show as it airs. Check our top story to learn how local OTA TV works with Plex!
Cutting the cord doesn’t mean giving up on live TV. Local channels are totally free and often include content that you care about, including sports. But if you want to make the antenna TV experience a bit more modern, you should add local channels to your Plex server for a killer channel guide, remote streaming, DVR functionality, and more. Read More »
Govee is one of the best brands out there when it comes to smart lights for your home. With one of its newest products, the Neon Rope Lights, Govee makes it possible to bring fun, retro designs to your home and create a statement piece. Read More »
There are plenty of affordable wireless earbuds on the market, but Skullcandy is one of the more popular options that’s easy to recommend. And that’ll likely continue with the new Skullcandy Mod true wireless earbuds. Read More »
If you’re looking to ditch your old headphones or upgrade to something better, Beyerdynamic has a huge sale going on for the next week you won’t want to miss. We’re talking about the Beyerdynamic MMX 300 or DT-770 Pros at large discounts. Read More »
The Oregon-based mobility company Arcimoto makes all sorts of three-wheel EVs, from its Fun Utility Vehicles (FUVs) to tricycles. And now, thanks to a partnership with the urban e-bike brand JOCO, soon you’ll see its FUVs all over New York City. Read More »
No one wants to look at their phone and see that the battery is running low. Keep yours charged and at the ready on your desk or nightstand with Anker’s fantastic wireless charger. Simply set your phone down on it (either in portrait or landscape mode) and voila! The charger supports 10W fast charging and can even charge through most phone cases (made of rubber, plastic, or TPU material and measuring less than 5mm thick). Plus, it’s compatible with most modern smartphones from brands like Apple, Samsung, and Google. In the box, you’ll get the charger stand, a 3-foot micro-USB cable, and an 18-month warranty.
Sony initially announced its revamped PlayStation Plus subscription plans back in March. Now, the company has (finally!!!) shared the service’s official launch date and a drool-worthy list of the classic games library members will have access to (be still our little gamer hearts!). Read More »
After countless Cybertruck delays, Tesla still hasn’t figured out what it wants to do with the exciting new electric truck. While Cybertruck pricing disappeared from websites late last year, now it looks like it’s unavailable to order across Europe. 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 »
If you’re desperate to save on your Boost Mobile bill, prepare to watch some ads. The BoostOne app (iOS/Android) now supports BoostCoins, a “blockchain-based” currency that you can redeem for billing credits. But as you’ve probably guessed, earning BoostCoins is a tedious process. Read More »
ExpressVPN is probably the world’s best-known VPN service, with servers located in 94 countries. It promises to encrypt your browsing data on a huge number of devices, with fast speeds and no bandwidth limitations. But there’s more to a VPN service than servers and connection speeds. Read More »
With all the options out there, choosing a lighting setup for photography can be intimidating. Whether you need a flash kit, a studio setup, or something you can take on the go, we have the best lighting kits for you. Read More »
We’re halfway through May, but that doesn’t mean Netflix’s streaming content has slowed since the beginning of the month. The streaming service has as many quality drops this week as it did two weeks ago. Read More »