Google Maps is great, but when it comes to getting real-time information about traffic and road conditions, Waze is the best. That’s because Waze is a crowd-sourced map and navigation app unlike anything else.
Imagine getting an early alert about a hazard on the road, a speed trap ahead, or being rerouted to avoid a 2-hour traffic jam due to road closure or construction. That’s the power of Waze, and our top story goes over why I left Google Maps for Waze.
When it comes to maps and navigation, you probably want something that gets you from point A to B as quickly as possible and avoids traffic, police, or accidents. And while there are many options available, I switched from Google Maps to Waze this year, and I’m not switching back. Read More »
The weight loss world can be confusing with all the fad diets and weird exercise equipment on the market. However, by accurately tracking your progress, a smart scale could take a bit of weight off your mind as you attempt to take some weight off your body. Read More »
The REDMAGIC 7S Pro lands next week, ushering in a new generation of mobile gaming performance. It's loaded with premium specs, like the blazing-fast Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, dedicated REDMAGIC Red Core 1 gaming chip, advanced 10-layer cooling system, substantial 5,000 mAh battery, 520 Hz shoulder triggers, and more. It will come in three configurations: the transparent black Supernova, first-ever transparent silver Mercury (18 GB of RAM + 512 GB of storage), and solid black Obsidian (12 GB of RAM + 256 GB of storage). For early-bird pricing details, check out the official REDMAGIC 7S Pro webpage.
If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a LEGO minifig, it’s time to pull out your credit card. The LEGO website now features a Minifigure Factory that lets you customize and order a LEGO minifig for just $12. It’s still in beta, but it’s already a load of fun. Read More »
As if crazy-fast charging wasn’t enough, Anker’s new line of GaN charges come in some of the most bizarre form factors imaginable. And I mean that in a good way—if you’ve ever wanted a wall wart that turns into a portable battery, you’ll go crazy for this stuff. Read More »
Earlier this year, we reported on the NFL’s plans to eliminate its free out-of-market and primetime streaming options on Yahoo! Sports and other apps and replace them with a paid service. Today, the “Shield” officially announced and launched NFL+, its first streaming service. Read More »
Is there a giant gap at the bottom of your door? Yeah, maybe it’s time to cover that up. This affordable draft stopper takes seconds to install thanks to an adhesive design, and it will easily keep the nasty heat (and bugs) out of your home.
You can even use this draft stopper on bedroom or bathroom doors. Want to save electricity in the winter? Install one in your bedroom to keep the heat from escaping!
Several members of the Xbox Insider test program have noticed significantly faster boot-up times on the Xbox Series X and S, and now, a Microsoft employee has confirmed the change. The company cut the start time by more than half, letting gamers get into the action faster than ever. Read More »
If you’re after a simple device that can browse the internet and run basic programs, a Chromebook is the perfect option! Lightweight and budget-friendly, Chromebooks are fantastic for students and frequent travelers. But how do you narrow it down from the plethora of choices? Read More »
Samsung will reveal the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 smartphones in just two weeks. But customers hoping for a deal may be disappointed—new leaks indicate that these phones are more expensive than their predecessors. Read More »
Exactly one decade ago, Google transformed its Android Market into the modern Play Store. And to celebrate this anniversary, Google is offering 10x the Play Points rewards for all purchases. The company is also updating Play Store’s logo, which now matches the color scheme of other Google app logos. Read More »
Google’s Pixel phones have some amazing camera features, and for the last several years, “Frequent Faces” has been one of our favorites. However, we recently learned that Google quietly disabled it despite still being highlighted as a feature on phones, including the new Pixel 6a. Read More »
In your Wi-Fi router’s control panel you might come across a setting called “Dynamic Frequency Selection” (DFS) and wonder what exactly it’s for and if you should even use it. Here’s when to use it (and some good reasons to skip turning it on). Read More »
Even if you’ve been using Windows 10 for a while, there are likely more than a few non-obvious features you’ve never tried before. We’ve picked ten of them, and each one will help you get the most out of your PC. Read More »
The white frame, large black cushions, and detachable microphone of the Razer Kaira Pro gaming headset could belong to any brand—though the black-on-white aesthetic tie into the PS5 compatibility. However, Razer didn’t skimp on the inner workings of this dual wireless headset. Read More »
Apple’s M1 and M2 MacBooks are amazing pieces of technology. They run cool, get amazing battery life, and are some of the best laptops you can buy. So why do so many technology websites not brand them the “best laptop?” Read More »