Do you remember Wink? The smart home hub and company I’ve previously called a dumpster fire? I may have been a tad more kind, but not by much. Somehow the company has continued to live since last I wrote about its abysmal state of existence. I warned people to get out and not throw any money at the company. And yet… somehow… the company was still around, and people were still giving it money, which is crazy. And now? Well, check out the top story because sometimes I can’t stop being right.
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For what seems like the thousandth time, Wink smart home hubs are out of commission. The company’s servers and website went down on July 1st, and evidence suggests that Wink failed to pay its bills. So, why the hell is Wink still charging customers a monthly fee? Read More »
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True wireless earbuds (TWEs) are a dime a dozen, but the ones that stand out from the crowd sound good, fit comfortably, and have decent microphones. Beyerdynamic, known for its high-quality over-ear headphones, took on that challenge with the Free BYRDs—and they mostly succeeded. Read More »
iMovie is a great video editing program for simple projects. However, if you create content regularly, you’ll run up against its limitations sooner rather than later. Check out this list of free alternatives if you’re ready to take your videos to the next level. Read More »
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 »
With warmer weather comes outdoor activities and bike rides. Those looking to stay safe on the road and be more visible will want a bike light. And while many bikes have reflectors, that’s not always enough.
This solar-powered light set offers a 100-lumen white LED light for the front and a 40-lumen red LED light for the back. These bike lights snap on and are bright, waterproof, last up to 15 hours, and are rechargeable via the included solar panel or USB. So, light up the road or trail on your adventures this summer.
In just one month, Meta Quest (formerly Oculus Quest) headsets will no longer require a Facebook account. We’ve waited for this moment since last October, and as expected, a new Meta account system will become the standard for Meta Quest headsets. Read More »
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 »
Toyota’s new all-electric bZ4X SUV hit the streets only a few months ago, but the brand known for reliability is already facing some major problems. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Japanese automaker just recalled every single car sold over a risk that the wheels may fall off while driving. Seriously. Read More »
We have bad news if you’re a fan of the Samsung Galaxy Watch line and love the rotating bezel. Last month, rumors suggested Samsung would ditch the fan-favorite feature on the new Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. Now, newly leaked 360-degree images lend credence to those reports. Read More »
Last month, Ford announced a Mustang Mach-E recall and told dealerships to halt all deliveries and test drives over a potentially dangerous battery malfunction. Affected vehicles could lose power while in motion, but Ford has temporarily released an update to solve some issues. Read More »
If you thought LEGO’s Super Mario sets were exciting, wait until you see Bowser. The all-new LEGO Mighty Bowser is a massive, ridiculously detailed set that’s inspired by puppetry and doubles as a LEGO Super Mario Starter Course add-on. Read More »
Beyerdynamic is jumping headfirst into the world of premium wireless earbuds. The new Free Byrd buds cost a whopping $250 but feature a high-end design with customizable sound and ANC. They’re also massive—like, really big. Read More »
A Kindle is a great way to read, and eReaders have many advantages over paper books. However, there’s not just one Kindle to choose from. From Paperwhite to Oasis to Kids Editions, we’ll help you find the right one. Read More »