Even though plain old cruise control is a handy feature for your car to have, it is so last year. We’re all about adaptive cruise control now—a premium luxury feature that’s becoming more widely available in more and more vehicles.
But what exactly is adaptive cruise control? How does it work? What makes it so different from normal cruise control? Is it even a worthwhile feature? Cory explored the topic in today’s top story, so be sure to give it a click so you can be in the loop!
There’s nothing better than turning on cruise control and relaxing to some music during a road trip. And while cruise control is useful, the latest premium feature you’ll want in your next vehicle is adaptive cruise control (ACC), and here’s why. Read More »
iOttie’s Velox Magnetic Wireless Charging Dash & Windshield Mount does little to stand out among the ever-growing crowd of vehicle chargers and mounts. It solves just enough minor inconveniences to stand above the pack, but its bulky size means it’s only for cars with space to spare. Read More »
As if LEGO sets weren’t expensive enough, a new price hike is coming later this year. It seems that increased material and operating costs are finally getting the best of LEGO, as the company plans to increase prices on “around a quarter” of its catalog this August. Read More »
In a (at this point, noble) effort to evade bots and scalpers, Amazon is creating a by-request waiting list for purchasing the highly sought after PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X gaming consoles after a recent restock. Users can request an invitation on the Amazon product page. Read More »
At the end of May, we reported on Google’s unreleased Pixel 7 popping up on eBay. Now, it looks like another Pixel 7 prototype, the flagship Pixel 7 Pro, ended up on Facebook marketplace and in someone’s pocket. Read More »
Summer is all but here, so it’s the perfect time to start preparing a few ways to stay cool this season. We think this clip-on battery-powered fan is a great gadget to choose, as its three-inch clip can attach to desks, strollers, bookshelves, cribs, treadmills, and nightstands with ease. It features a 10,000mAh rechargeable battery (via either Micro-USB or USB-C), and comes in black, blue, and white. The fan measures eight inches, and can rotate 360-degrees vertically and horizontally. Plus, it gives you four fan speeds to choose from, so you’ll always have the perfect breeze.
The newly-revealed BMW X1 lineup is all about functionality, style, and affordability, with ICE cars starting at $35,000. But more notably, this lineup includes BMW’s first affordable electric car—the BMW iX1 xDrive30. Read More »
Back in April, I predicted that the Steam Deck Docking Station would launch in late June, “barring any last-minute delays.” And it seems that I jinxed everyone, because the Steam Deck Dock just got delayed indefinitely. We have no clue when it will launch. Read More »
If you’re a dedicated Twitter user and have been relying on the website to get your fix, a standalone app is something worth looking into. These clients introduce new features and quality of life improvements to your Twitter experience, along with removing some of the frustrations of the official Twitter app. Read More »
After LG decided to stop selling smartphones, it left a huge gap in the “this phone is kinda weird” market. Most notably, the death of LG Stylo meant that only Motorola would sell affordable stylus-equipped smartphones. But the universe is correcting itself with the launch of TCL’s Stylus 5G. Read More »
Chromebooks combine a simple, secure operating system with a sleek design, but the built-in keyboard isn’t for everyone. Investing in a wireless keyboard can add some extra oomph to your Chromebook setup and make using it even more enjoyable. Read More »
Did you find a random USB stick, perhaps at your school or in a parking lot? You may be tempted to plug it into your PC, but you could leave yourself open to attack or, worse still, permanently damage your machine. Here’s why. Read More »
So you want to buy a MacBook, but you’re not sure whether to go Air or Pro. The most important question to ask yourself is: do you need extra power, or is portability more important to you? Read More »