Most 4K streaming sticks cost around $50, which is pretty reasonable. But the NVIDIA Shield TV starts at $150. And while that’s obviously a lot of money, the Shield TV is worth every penny.
NVIDIA Shield TV offers a ton of features, including AI image enhancement, that are incredibly valuable on a streaming device. And if you’re a serious geek, you can do some crazy things with NVIDIA’s expensive hardware. Check our top story for more.
Most streaming sticks from Roku, Google, and Amazon cost less than $50 and support 4K video. But the NVIDIA Shield TV starts at $150, a price that’s only matched by Apple TV boxes. It’s an outrageous amount of money to pay for a streaming stick, but still, the NVIDIA Shield TV is worth every penny. Read More »
Every new iPhone has wireless charging, but it can be hard to tell which Android phones come with this handy feature. Big smartphone brands like Samsung, Google, and Sony generally support it on their flagship phones. Likewise, Xiaomi, OnePlus, and LG also offer the feature. Read More »
If you’re considering a smartwatch to monitor your health stats, but aren’t too impressed with sporty styles or digital watch faces, the Withings ScanWatch’s gorgeous analog design and premium health-tracking features are the perfect companions for your wrist. Read More »
Lenovo is a reputable brand in the world of laptops, desktops, tablets, and more. That means, however, that you have a lot of options to choose from when picking out your next laptop, which can understandably be overwhelming. Read More »
Adobe Photoshop will soon be free for everyone, thanks to a basic web-based version of the app. The company is currently testing the free trial in Canada, where those interested can access the suite of Photoshop editing tools from a web browser. Read More »
A small, yet powerful, flashlight is one of those things everyone needs to own. You can use it to see tough-to-illuminate areas in your basement, car, boat, or garage; to light up your home during a power outage, or even to see where you’re going on early-morning dog walks. Despite being as small as your thumb, the flashlight boasts 1000 lumens and can light areas up to 135 feet away from you. And it doesn’t mess with annoying batteries—simply plug in the included USB-A to USB-C charging cable as needed. It lasts up to 85 hours on a single charger, and even has an IPX8 water-resistance rating, making it perfect for rain, floods, or boating.
Keychron just added an impressive new keyboard to its mechanical arsenal. The Q5 QMK comes in the rare 1800 (96%) layout, offering full-sized features like a function row and numpad in a compact package. Of course, it’s also fully customizable, has a backlight, and comes with Gateron G Pro switches. Read More »
A dedicated NAS device is sort of like a cloud server for your home—it lets you back up and access data through the internet. But NAS devices are more than just glorified hard drives. With minimal effort, they unlock a world of functionality for computer nerds, movie snobs, music fans, or even small businesses. Read More »
Ford has issued a stop-sale order and instructed all dealers to temporarily stop selling or demoing the popular new Mustang Mach-E over safety concerns that it could lose power while in motion, among other things. Read More »
The Firefox desktop browser now enables Total Cookie Protection by default. This feature, which initially launched in 2021 to enhance the security of Private Browsing mode, limits the third-party cookies’ ability to track you throughout the web. Read More »
For a limited time this month, Samsung is generously replacing cracked and damaged smartphone screens at the low price of only $50. If you’ve ever broken a screen on your fancy new flagship phone, you know the cost can be crazy expensive without insurance. Read More »
One of Lightroom’s most requested features is finally here. The latest Lightroom update (v 5.4) lets you edit videos with basic trimming and color grading tools. You can even apply your custom photography presets to videos. Read More »
MacPaw’s CleanMyMac X is a one-stop-shop app that keeps your Mac spick-and-span even if you’re not keen on getting under the software hood yourself. The user-friendly UI makes its host of features a breeze to utilize when you need to and easy to hide away when you don’t. Here’s what you should know. Read More »
Since 1995, Pixar Animation Studios has set the standard for computer-animated films. The studio’s movies have won numerous Oscars and made billions of dollars at the box office. Here are the best Pixar movies to stream on Disney+. Read More »