There’s nothing worse than having some nerd correct your pronunciation of “sudo” or “GIF.” But if you want to avoid embarrassment, you need to say these words correctly. In fact, there are a ton of tech terms that you may be saying wrong—it’s hard to pronounce words that you’ve never heard in real life!
So, set your pride aside and check our top story for a run-down of the most commonly mispronounced tech terms.
These days most people share funny memes and GIFs with friends and family, but how often does someone say “JIF” or “me-me” out loud when referring to one? If that’s you, you’re saying it wrong. Read More »
The month of August sees the births of classic computers, unlikely tech alliances, and the last chapter of the saga of one of Silicon Valley’s most significant leaders. Read on for the details. Read More »
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Despite being a child of the ’80s, my oldest memory involving video games centers on the Atari 2600. When I was but a youngin’, my family would visit my aunt, who just so happened to own an Atari. And with it, I got my first taste of gaming. The LEGO Atari 2600 recaptured those memories perfectly. Read More »
It’s another day and another report about electric vehicles catching on fire. This week, BMW announced a short recall notice for select 2022 models of its electric cars over battery fires, but so far, fewer than 100 vehicles may be affected. Read More »
Apple may resolve an annoying issue regarding Apple Pay in iOS 16. The company appears to be expanding support for third-party browsers, including Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome. Until now, Apple’s mobile payment service was only available through the Safari browser app. Read More »
We all have a few loose cables in our lives. But these cheap adhesive cable clips can tidy things up without much effort. In just a few minutes, you can route cables around your desk, up the side of your dashboard (to reach a phone mount), or at the edge of a bedside table.
These TidyHelper clips cost hardly any money, and hey, you get 60 of them in a single bag. That’s enough clips for multiple cable-management jobs!
Planetary scientists have their heads in the clouds. And I mean that in a good way—scientists are identifying Martian clouds to better understand the Red Planet’s atmosphere. But with over 15 years of data to sort through, NASA needs some help from volunteers. Read More »
One of the biggest hurdles when switching to an electric vehicle is preparing a home to charge your car. In most cases, installing a home EV charger can cost thousands of dollars and even more if you need to upgrade your equipment and electrical panel. Read More »
The Dodge Charger and Challenger are two iconic vehicles, especially when it comes to American muscle cars. Packing powerful HEMI V8 engines that shake drivers in their seats and rip down the street. That’s coming to an end, though, as the next models will be all-electric. Read More »
You may not realize it, but the iPhone contains plenty of ads. Apple uses information like your age, activity, download history, and subscriptions to serve targeted ads in applications like News, Stocks, and the App Store. And despite pushback from users, more ads are coming to the iPhone. Read More »
If you thought the LEGO Ferrari was cool, wait until you see the new LEGO Chevrolet Camaro Z28. It’s a faithful recreation of the 1969 muscle car, with a convertible top, optional hideaway lights, and of course, a pair of fuzzy dice. Oh, and like a real Camaro, it’s expensive. Read More »
As if you haven’t spent enough money on multiple amazing LEGO sets already, earlier this year, the company confirmed several builds would see a price increase this summer. Starting on August 1st, 2022, around a quarter of the LEGO catalog costs more money. Read More »
To help celebrate March 10th, Mar10 Day, LEGO announced that the reigning royal princess is finally making her way to our shelves. In partnership with Nintendo, LEGO continues to release interactive Super Mario sets, and now fans can enjoy an animated Princess Peach figure, along with Peach’s own castle expansion set. Read More »
In celebration of 90 years of LEGO, your favorite brick-building company has released some iconic theme sets that are bigger than ever. We’re talking about a remake of the original 1979 Galaxy Explorer spaceship and a huge 4,514-piece medieval castle. Read More »
Electricity isn’t just a luxury. An extended power outage could result in food spoilage, harm to your pets, a flooded basement, or burst pipes. Use these solutions to get automatic alerts when your home’s power goes out so you can take action. Read More »
The slow march of Chrome releases continues with version 104 of Google’s popular browser. This update, available August 2, 2022, includes page loading experiments, better screen sharing tools, and a handful of UI changes for Chromebooks. Read More »
Lenovo’s Yoga series of laptops have always been excellent showpieces for the versatility of modern Windows operating systems. Fortunately, the Yoga 7i 14-Inch laptop (Yoga 7 14IAL7) also adds some surprising performance to its bag of tricks for a relatively low price of just $1199.99. Read More »
Solo Stove’s original smokeless fire pits are incredibly popular, and the company just made its 2.0 version even better. Now, instead of having to flip over the 20-pound stainless steel basin to empty it out, there’s a removable ash pan that catches almost everything. It’s really awesome. Read More »