So as of last night, a new law became official that should be of interest to anyone thinking about electric vehicles. After all, at first glance, it offers a $7,500 credit for EVs, even potentially used vehicles.
That sounds great in theory! But when you dig into the details, it quickly becomes evident that the entire credit is one huge giant pile of… mess. And maybe no one will benefit. If anyone does, it might just be the vehicle manufacturers. Yeah, it’s a mess. Find out why in the top story.
The latest Das Keyboard looks like a pretty good option for Mac users.
For those unaware, the electric vehicle tax credit is officially back and bigger than ever. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 changed which new EVs get a tax break and adds a federal tax credit on select used EV sales, but the requirements are more strict than ever. It’s a big complicated mess. Read More »
Modern-day Mac computers are sleek, elegant, and functional. Das Keyboard’s MacTigr seeks to extend that experience to your typing piece, featuring an all-metal chassis, an elegant black design, and Mac-specific controls. Fair warning, it comes with a Mac price tag, too. Read More »
The ultimate LEGO Hogwarts Express is finally here. Available on August 31st for a whopping $500, the Hogwarts Express Collectors’ Edition contains 5129 pieces and features several rooms dedicated to iconic Harry Potter scenes. Read More »
We have good news if you were impressed by Polestar’s O2 concept roadster convertible EV. Today, Polestar announced that the concept car will officially come to market as the Polestar 6 Electric Roadster in 2026. Read More »
The latest set of Adidas wireless headphones is purpose-made for gym rats. Called the Adidas RPT-02 SOL, these headphones feature an 80-hour battery life, solar charging, and machine-washable parts. You can order the new headphones today for a cool $229. Read More »
Non-working smoke detectors account for around 16% of house fire deaths. And since smoke alarms expire after just 10 years, they need to be regularly replaced. So, when’s the last time you replaced your smoke alarms?
If you’re in need of new smoke alarms, this four-pack of LSHOME detectors costs less than $35. They’re battery-powered (batteries included) and feature new photoelectric components.
This week Dell announced two new Alienware gaming monitors coming later this fall, packing high refresh rates and built-in retractable stands for your headphones. And while we’re not getting a wild 480Hz like its latest laptops, they have a lot to offer for PC gamers. Read More »
After a lot of hype, the Nothing Phone 1 is here—unless you’re in the USA. Following the unexpectedly excellent Nothing Ear 1 earbuds, the Phone 1 had the challenge of delivering something unique in a crowded field. And you know what? I’m surprised how much I like this phone. Read More »
Now’s the perfect time to bolster your smart home with affordable Wyze cameras. From now through August 19th, the Wyze Warehouse Sales Event is slashing prices on bundled products, including the oh-so-affordable Google Nest Hub bundles. Read More »
Finding a modest-looking mechanical keyboard that doesn’t suck is a pipe dream for Mac users. But Das Keyboard’s new MacTigr could break the mold. It’s got premium specs, a couple of unique features, and to our surprise, a very “normal” design. Read More »
The cost of a smart thermostat certainly weighs into the decision to get one. But in many areas, power companies will give you one for a steep discount or even for free. Here’s what you need to know. Read More »
Whether you’re an iPad veteran or newbie, Apple’s tablet packs so many features that some of them might have slipped under your radar. Let’s take a look at ten great features that every iPad owner should use. Read More »
Ergonomic keyboards can have a rather clinical appearance that reeks of mundane office life. The Keychron Q8 compact mechanical keyboard goes beyond the limited functionality of standard boards with advanced features, satisfyingly responsive keystrokes, and user-friendly open-source software. Read More »
Most of us have spent quite a bit of money on Amazon over the years, especially during the pandemic. If you’re curious exactly how much money you’ve ever spent on your Amazon account, there’s a way to check the total. Read More »
A power failure is more than an inconvenience—it can knock out essential equipment for hours on end. If you have important electronics that have to keep running when the power’s out, you’ll need an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Read More »
Android 13 is here. It’s packed with useful features that will make your phone better, although they’re easy to miss. Don’t worry: We did all the digging for you. Here’s what you need to know about the latest and greatest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system. Read More »