When YouTube needs to make a tough decision, it almost always screws things up. But the website’s latest mistake is just laughable. Instead of taking down dangerous “fractal wood burning” videos that have led to several injuries and deaths, YouTube banned a video that warned people about this alarming trend.
Clearly, YouTube doesn’t know how to deal with the dangerous content on its platform. And while the aforementioned video is no longer banned, we can expect similar mishaps in the future. Check our top story to learn the gruesome details.
If you’ve been around the woodworking YouTube scene for long, you may have seen “fractile wood burning.” It’s beautiful and exquisite. The one hitch? It’s incredibly deadly. And YouTube banned a video warning of that danger before it pulled the dangerous videos describing how to do it. Read More »
Are you a huge fan of Wordle and absolutely stuck today? Let me guess; you’re hanging out on guess four or five and feeling the pressure. We get it entirely: nothing feels worse than losing your streak. If you’re not ready to outright cheat, we have you covered with hints and today’s Wordle answer. Read More »
Thanks to the European Commission, Amazon customers in the EU can now cancel a Prime membership with just two clicks. Additionally, the cancellation process is now free of “distracting information” and small, hidden buttons. But Amazon doesn’t seem interested in bringing these changes to the United States. Read More »
Chromebooks offer a much longer battery life than the average Windows machine, but there’s still room for improvement. The upcoming Chrome OS 105 update introduces new browser optimizations will the intent of saving extra battery life. Read More »
Earlier this year, we heard reports and rumors that Apple could split the iPhone 14 lineup with two different processors. The company might reserve the latest and greatest for its Pro-model phones to help it stand out and improve sales. Read More »
If you’ve purchased a new TV in the past few years, there’s a good chance that it doesn’t have any RCA jacks. Old game consoles and VCRs won’t work with that TV, not without an RCA to HDMI converter.
Thankfully, UPGROW’s RCA to HDMI converter costs less than a trip to McDonald’s. It’s a plug-and-play device, so all you need to do is hook it up and enjoy your old devices on the big screen. Plus, it supports both NTSC and PAL. (This converter doesn’t come with RCA or HDMI cables, though.)
Last month, Apple announced several new products, including an all-new redesigned MacBook Air with the M2 chip. After a short wait, it’ll finally go on sale starting Friday, with pre-orders shipping on July 15th. Read More »
The slow trickle of new At a Glance features are always keeping Pixel owners on the edge of their seat. But an upcoming “Cross Device Timer” could take the smart widget a whole new level—soon, At a Glance will show you a countdown for timers made on Nest Hubs and other Google Assistant devices. Read More »
A collaboration between Govee and Razer just makes sense. That’s why select Govee smart lighting products, including the popular Neon Rope lights, now feature Razer Chroma RGB compatibility. You just need a Chroma-compatible game, the Razer Synapse 3 software, and the Govee Desktop App. Read More »
Amazon Prime members can now redeem a year of Grubhub+ for free. This service, which usually costs $10 a month, waives delivery fees on Grubhub orders of $12 or more (at participating restaurants). It’s a killer benefit, and if you order a ton of food, it could save you hundreds of dollars. Read More »
Energy prices are rising and summers aren’t getting any cooler. If you’re looking to save money and stay comfortable this summer, you should consider using a trick called supercooling to keep your house chillier for less. Read More »
If you’re in the market for fitness wearables, you may have come across Amazon’s Halo View. The affordable band is meant to compete with the likes of FitBit, so we tried one out to see how it measures up. Read More »
Making your first whole home audio purchase can be daunting. After all, you’re talking about audio for your entire home. That’s exactly why you don’t want to jump into the world of multi-room audio head first. Read More »