We’ve spent years watching tech products crater into forgotten memories. But some of these products didn’t deserve to die—they were actually quite good. And in 2022, a year that’s marked by disappearing smart home companies, we’ve decided to highlight our favorite failed tech.
Check our top story to learn about tech products that didn’t deserve failure.
Business is a game of winners and losers. And unfortunately, some of our most-loved tech products end up on the “loser” list. After decades of watching products meet their demise, it’s time to highlight the most disappointing downfalls of modern technology. Read More »
If you’re just getting into vinyl, it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed by all the options for turntables and vinyl accessories. Lucky for you, we rounded up a solid list of beginner-friendly (and budget-friendly) turntables, and some basic accessories for storing, playing, and cleaning your new vinyl collection. Read More »
If you can’t decide between a laptop and a tablet, Lenovo may have the ideal solution for you. Its Yoga series consists of devices that can function as either. But is the folding system just a gimmick or an actual game changer? Read More »
Just in time for back-to-school shopping Amazon has kicked off a new two-day promotion, Android Days, delivering a slew of discounts on some of the best Android phones, Chromebooks, wireless earbuds, and more. Read More »
Another smart home company is about to go out of business. Connected Life, maker of the excellent SmartDry laundry sensor, will cease operations on September 30th. If there’s any silver lining, it’s that Connected Life gave customers an early notice of its demise—a rare sight from a dying smart home company. Read More »
If you’ve ever had your hand and wrist hurt after watching a marathon of videos on your smartphone, you may want to check out the JTEMAN Bluetooth Cell Phone Stand. It’s a nifty holder for your phone, so you can enjoy your shows without straining your hands. It also features a powerful built-in speaker that gives you TV-quality sound, so you don’t have to wear earbuds. It comes in several colors and styles to match your surroundings and even has options for watching videos on a tablet.
T-Mobile today announced an upgrade to its already excellent deal that gives select customers a year of Apple TV+ for free. Moving forward, all Magenta MAX customers get Apple’s streaming service completely free, forever, instead of only for 12 months. Read More »
Most major theaters in the United States will offer tickets for just $3 on September 3rd. This nationwide discount is in observance of National Cinema Day—a made-up holiday that just happens to fall on Labor Day Weekend, a historically slow weekend for theaters. Read More »
The first few Rivian R1S electric SUV deliveries went to employees late last year, but now it looks like Rivian is finally ready to ship the exciting new vehicle to actual customers. In June, the company pushed the release date back to August or later, and now the first pre-orders are being fulfilled. Read More »
According to trademark registrations, Apple may be preparing to launch a virtual reality headset. Bloomberg reports that the tech giant registered the names “realityOS” and “Reality One” with trademark authorities in several countries. Read More »
In July, NASA confirmed its epic new Artemis 1 mega-rocket would launch in late August or early September, and now all systems are a go for August 29th. Here’s how to watch NASA’s uncrewed mission heading to the moon. Read More »
Last year’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 marked a change in the naming conventions (and power efficiency) of Qualcomm chipsets. And now, it seems that Qualcomm is gearing to launch the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, a next-gen budget chip that adopts modern Snapdragon branding. Read More »
Google Chrome version 105 arrives on August 30, 2022. This latest release gains better picture-in-picture support for Android, more tools for web apps to feel native, and some under-the-hood goodies. Read More »
In 2021, Samsung finally released a smartwatch with Google’s Wear OS. Now, the company is back with a sequel, the Galaxy Watch 5. There was a lot of excitement about last year’s watch. Now, Samsung looks to refine the experience. Read More »
It’s easy to think that consoles like the original NES, Sega Mega Drive, or even the Atari are nothing more than museum pieces, mere footnotes in video gaming history. However, there’s plenty of interest in retro gaming: And people are even making new games for these old consoles. Read More »
What if you could use your laptop’s battery without ever needing to plug in, relying totally on the sun’s rays instead of a bulky, tangling power cord? Solar laptops existed in the past, but they didn’t catch on. So what happened? Read More »