So Prime Day is over, and I bet all the stuff you ordered is starting to arrive. Go ahead, be honest. Did you order a little too much? It’s easy to go crazy when deals are everywhere, and it’s not bad to have second thoughts even after you ordered. Or maybe the product arrived, and it wasn’t everything you hoped for.
That’s OK! You can return Amazon purchases. And if you know how to do it, not only is the process painless, but you might even come out with bonus coupons! We’ll walk you through it in the top story.
I went hands-on with the Nanoleaf Shapes Ultra Black Triangles smart lights. Spoiler: I love them. Even big spoiler, you better buy them sooner or later because they’re in short supply.
We put together a list of 10 audiobooks that will make you smarter! Give ’em a listen.
Purchasing items on Amazon is about as easy as it gets, but it’s not always as simple to return Amazon orders. So, here are the best ways: whether you made an impulse buy on Prime Day or Black Friday or need to return an Amazon order without a box. Read More »
I read a lot of audiobooks, usually two or three a week. I’ve waded through reams of questionable analysis, mediocre prose, and unsatisfying conclusions. But, I occasionally come across a book that blows my mind and think it was all worth it for that knowledge. Read More »
I have lots of different Nanoleaf sets in my home. I’ve tried the Canvas sets, Shapes, Elements, and more. So I say this with no small authority: Nanoleaf’s limited edition Shapes Ultra Black Triangles is the best-looking set ever from the company. Buy them right now while they’re still available. Read More »
Are you an experienced technology editor and writer who would be comfortable working in a fast-paced, remote environment, managing a group of freelance writers to help ensure that we deliver the highest quality content? This might be the job for you! Read More »
The Sega Mega Drive (Sega Genesis in the U.S.) was a great console that gave proper competition to Nintendo back in the day. And that might explain why Sega is ready to release a second mini version of the console, this time with Sega CD games in tow. Read More »
If you’re looking for a set of true wireless earbuds unlike anything else on the market, consider the Sony LinkBuds. Unlike typical earbuds or Apple’s AirPods, the Linkbuds have a physical hole in the middle, offering an open-air design. As a result, ambient sounds from the outside world are easy to hear even while enjoying your favorite tunes or podcasts.
You still get the same quality we’ve come to know and expect from Sony. Only now you’ll be able to hear your surroundings simultaneously. These earbuds typically retail for $180, so get them while they’re on sale.
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 »
If calls keep cutting in and out on your Samsung Galaxy S21, you’re not alone. Dozens of Galaxy S21 owners report audio cutouts on Verizon networks, and according to Verizon’s tech support, the problem is “widespread.” Some AT&T and T-Mobile customers also seem to experience this issue, though not to the degree of Verizon users. Read More »
After just a few months of Early Access, the Chrome OS Flex software is graduating to Google’s “stable” release channel. It’s now certified for over 400 devices, and businesses hit by ransomware can now join a “rapid release program” to install Chrome OS flex on affected machines without losing access to Windows apps. Read More »
If you’re waiting for Rivian to announce Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, don’t hold your breath. In an email to a customer, Rivian explains that its bespoke software platform is “the better path,” and that future updates will focus on improving the current Rivian software experience. Read More »
This week Hyundai hosted its global premiere event for the Ioniq 6 electric vehicle, and there’s a lot to like. The South Korean brand revealed several impressive specs, including its Tesla-challenging range, not to mention a “personal mobile studio” inside that’ll double as a home office. Read More »
After losing a massive number of subscribers earlier this year, Netflix is finally trying to launch a cheaper ad-supported plan. And the streaming service is fast-tracking this new membership tier with a new advertising partner—Microsoft. Read More »
In celebration of its 10th year anniversary, Nanoleaf today announced an all-new set of limited-edition Nanoleaf Shapes Ultra Black Triangles. While Nanoleaf makes some of the best smart light products, some don’t like the weird white shapes on the wall when they’re turned off, but now you don’t have to. Read More »