You may have seen art created by artificial intelligence (AI) in the news lately. It’s pretty impressive the stuff AI can create, even if it doesn’t quite seem right. But what if AI could write the very articles Review Geek publishes daily? That’s the promise of an AI I took a look at recently.
And I decided to try an experiment! I had an AI write and submit an article just like a human writer. From there, I’d normally go through the editing process. And that’s the part you get to see. Check out the top story, and you’ll see all my editing notes for an AI-written piece entitled “Should You Buy an iPhone 14?” The results may surprise you.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) art is all the rage right now, with its ability to create pictures that look incredible and yet weirdly off. But AI can do more than paint a pretty picture; it can, in theory, write a great article too. In theory. And we put that to the test. Read More »
Wordle was just too easy, wasn’t it? You probably left that behind and moved on to Quordle, the true “hard mode” of the word-guessing game format. But now you’re stuck and so close to failing. Don’t worry, we’re here to help with a hint—and if you really need it, today’s Quordle Answers. Read More »
Are you a huge fan of Wordle and absolutely stuck today? Let me guess; you’re hanging out on guess four or five and feeling the pressure. We get it entirely: nothing feels worse than losing your streak. If you’re not ready to outright cheat, we have you covered with hints and today’s Wordle answer. Read More »
It’s time to save big on the new iPhone 14. Nearly all carriers offer the iPhone 14 for free with a qualifying trade-in and unlimited plan. Plus, Best Buy and Apple have some generous discounts if you hand over a newer device. Read More »
After a decade of encouraging customers to share their streaming accounts, services like Netflix now take the opposite stance. They claim that “password piracy” is detrimental to the industry and are struggling to fight the phenomenon. Evidently, Adobe sees this as a business opportunity. Read More »
If you’ve ever wanted to watch a long video, movie, or TV show on your smartphone but didn’t want to hold it steady or squint for hours, this phone magnifier is for you. It blows up what’s on your smartphone to 16 inches without needing batteries, adapters, or even a stand. And it works with any smartphone. It’s the perfect device to take on the road and enjoy your favorite content wherever you are.
The long-awaited iPhone 14 is finally available. But if you’ve ordered this expensive device, you should protect your investment with a case. And there are plenty of great options to choose from. So, let’s cut to the chase—here are the best cases for your iPhone 14. Read More »
No one wants to get stranded with a dead battery and a car that won’t start, then dig out the jumper cables and find another vehicle to give you a jump start. And you don’t have to, as long as you own a portable jump starter. Read More »
Starlink, the satellite internet service from Elon Musk’s SpaceX company, just opened up access to its most expensive high-performance dish for residential areas. Previously, this option was limited to business users, but now anyone who can afford it can grab one. Read More »
As powerful and as pricey as the new iPhone 14 is, there are things it just can’t do for you. Or for itself, for that matter. That’s where iPhone 14 accessories come in, whether it’s a protective case, screen protector, wallet, wireless charger, AirPod, fitness mount, or car vent mount. Read More »
A hacker appears to have breached Uber’s internal systems, gaining administrative access to its AWS, HackerOne, Google Workspace, Slack, vSphere, and financial accounts. The hacker, who claims to be 18 years old, tells The Washington Post that they may leak Uber’s source code “in a few months.” Read More »
I reviewed a $2,800 ultra-short throw (UST) laser projector two years ago and proclaimed it so good I’d buy one. Of course, I had to send that review unit back, which left me with the hard decision: do I spend the money? I did. And after two years, I can comfortably say it was worth it. Read More »
The Incognito mode in Google Chrome is great for browsing the web with privacy, but if you hand your Android phone off to someone, they can easily open a tab and view that content. Now, Google is readying a feature that lets users lock Incognito tabs behind fingerprint biometrics. Read More »
Bad news for those buying the iPhone 14 Pro Max. The most advanced smartphone Apple has created yet may arrive broken. MacRumors reports that Apple is aware of an issue preventing some of the high-end phone models from completing their activation process, which is required for calls, messages, and FaceTime. Read More »
Some days, you need a bigger jolt of caffeine than others. We’ve all been there. When you’re reaching for your morning cup of coffee, is there a difference between hot coffee, iced coffee, and cold brew? Read More »
Steam is the most popular store and multiplayer platform for PC games, and it’s packed with features to make your gaming experience better. Here are ten Steam features you should be using that you might not have noticed. Read More »
The best DSLR lenses deliver quality images and are built to last for years, and finding the best lens for your frame is one of the most important things to do to elevate your photography. We can help. Read More »
If you’ve ever perused the aisles of a liquor store, there’s a fair chance the glistening bottles of whiskey and bourbon caught your eye. Before you make your selection, you’ll need to know a few things about the two spirits. Read More »