You don’t have to live with Joy-Con drift. In fact, you don’t even need to replace your Nintendo Switch controllers—Nintendo offers free repairs for Joy-Cons, and all you have to do is fill out a quick form.
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If your Joy-Cons are acting up, it’s probably not your fault. Nintendo admits that “Joy-Con drift” is an unavoidable problem on Nintendo Switch systems, as the controllers’ joysticks simply can’t the normal wear and tear of gaming. Thankfully, you can get your Switch Joy-Cons repaired for free. Read More »
Unless you prefer a thermostat that learns (and that makes you wrong), ecobee is one of the best smart thermostats you can buy today. But only at the software level. Until now, the hardware left a lot to be desired. The new ecobee Smart Thermostat Premium changes that in every way possible. Read More »
After several years of work, the Bluetooth Special Interests Group (SIG) says that it’s finalized Bluetooth LE Audio. This is a major upgrade for Bluetooth audio that adds a slew of new features, including a simple solution to whole-home audio. Read More »
Doom is one of those all-time classic games that’s never going away, especially considering you can play it on a $4 Raspberry Pi Pico computer or on select smart refrigerator displays. But did you know you can play Doom inside of Doom II? Read More »
Tesla’s Elon Musk announced plans to open up its Supercharger network to allow others EVs to charge at its stations back in 2021. And while the company has slowly done just that outside the U.S., the charging connector is a bit of a problem here, but Tesla has an adapter in the works. Read More »
If you just bought a new iPhone 13 Pro or want a durable case to protect it from life’s daily hazards, OtterBox has you covered. And while Otterbox is well-known for making some of the most durable cases, many of them are huge, bulky, and unwieldy. But not anymore.
Lately, OtterBox has started offering several slim cases that still provide plenty of protection, like the Slim Drop-Proof Protective case. It’s a hard polycarbonate plastic clear case with a soft impact-resistant bumper around the frame. Plus, the soft-grip finish will keep it securely in your hand during any summertime adventures. Grab one today.
Over half a year since its acquisition by The New York Times, the popular game Wordle is getting its biggest update yet. You can now sync your Wordle stats across several devices, ensuring that your daily streak will never end by accident. This feature is now rolling out and should reach all users in the coming weeks. Read More »
From now through the end of July 13th, Amazon is slashing prices for its annual Prime Day sales event. Now’s your chance to save big on smartphones, laptops, TVs, and more. And better yet, you don’t need to put in any work—the best tech deals are all right here.’ Read More »
While Samsung has led the charge with foldable smartphones, Motorola is following closely behind. We’ve seen several leaks of the new 2022 Moto Razr 3 over the last few months, but now, Motorola’s parent company Lenovo is giving us our first official glance at the new device. Read More »
Whether you’re working from home all day, gaming hard after hours, or both, your computer adds a measurable amount of heat to your home. Here’s why and how to calculate exactly how much it’s heating the place up. Read More »
I’ve never desired a home projector primarily because of the category’s reputation for high prices and poor resolution. But after testing the XGIMI Horizon Pro 4K projector, I finally found a smart projector with impressive picture and sound quality that’s almost affordable. Read More »
From smartphones to laptops, we charge multiple devices each day, and many of them use a USB cable for delivering power. But if you use a cable with more length, are you risking longer charge times? Here’s everything you need to know. Read More »