You need a widget or a doodad and you need it reasonably fast… where do you turn? Amazon probably. But Amazon sells eleventy bajillion (give or take a quasi million) widgets, and how do you determine the best one? Chances are you look at how many stars it has and how good the reviews are… but I have bad news. You can’t trust Amazon reviews. Like at all. Check out why in the top story.
Check out this standing desk made of used chopsticks. Yes, USED chopsticks. It’s more awesome and less gross than that sounds.
These days we all buy a ton of stuff online, and a good majority of that is likely from Amazon. With online shopping, ratings and reviews are one of the most important factors for many users. Still, it’s important to remember that not everything is what it seems when you’re browsing Amazon’s marketplace. Read More »
When you shop for a graphics card, you’ll usually settle on a specific model you want, then look for the best price—but you’ll find that multiple manufacturers make the same model. Do the differences between them matter? Read More »
Most in-car infotainment systems aren’t very good. That’s where Android Auto comes in. It’ll help you keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Here are the best wireless Android Auto adapters worth trying. Read More »
Anker’s Soundcore brand of audio devices has made quite a splash since its 2014 launch (and 2018 rebrand). Its new “Space” lineup is no exception. The Soundcore Space A40 earbuds pack a hefty punch, performing like a far more expensive alternative at their modest $100 price point. 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 »
If you’re a coffee connoisseur and a road warrior, the WACO Minipresso might bring your life a little more joy. This portable espresso machine is handy, light, and travels easily. Use it to make your favorite brew wherever the road takes you. It’s manually operated, so there is no chance of running out of power or needing to recharge. It features a 2.35-ounce water capacity and a ground capacity of 0.28.
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 »
Govee just turned up the brightness with its new lineup of smart LED strip lights, promising to pack more lumens into each strip and flood your walls with fun colors. The new Govee LED Strip Light M1 offers RGBIC+ technology that will take your home lighting and entertainment to the next level. Read More »
Fnatic, one of the biggest names in esports, has partnered with the company Chop Value to create a stylish gaming desk unlike any other. The limited-edition Fnatic X ChopValue REVIVE heigh-adjustable desks are one-of-a-kind, as each desk is made from upwards of 9,565 recycled chopsticks. Seriously. Read More »
Despite rumors of a delay, NVIDIA just revealed the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 desktop GPUs. Both run on the next-gen Ada Lovelace architecture and boast massive improvements over their predecessors. Additionally, NVIDIA revealed a new game modding tool and announced a free ray-tracing upgrade for Portal. Read More »
According to a report from Reuters, Telsa will demonstrate a humanoid robot at its AI Day coming up on September 30th. The prototype will come from the company’s “Optimus” project, and production of the machines could begin in 2023. Read More »
After being acquired by Life360 earlier this year, Tile is finally launching a new product. But it’s not a tracker. Instead, it’s the Lost and Found Label—a sticker with a QR code. Scanning this sticker reveals the owners’ personal contact information, giving you a low-tech solution to lost items. Read More »
After years of rumors and hype, Google will finally release the Pixel Watch at its October product launch event. However, we know plenty about it already, and the latest leaks suggest that Google’s first watch will have a steep price tag. Read More »
After a long wait, Spotify is embracing the inevitable. The popular music and podcast service just added 300,000 audiobooks to its lineup. But against all logic, you can’t buy these audiobooks in the Spotify mobile app. You need to purchase them through Spotify’s web player. Read More »
Critics and reviewers have already panned the base-model iPhone 14, which looks identical to its predecessor and uses the year-old A15 Bionic chipset. But this is one of the biggest iPhone upgrades in recent history—you just need to open the phone to see the difference. Read More »
Food doesn’t care that much about the kind of building it lives in, as long as things are cold. You may have a refrigerator that’s a cardboard box with a big ice cube and a flapping condor, or one of the new smart fridges that look like the International Space Station. Read More »
Windows 11’s 2022 Update arrived on September 20, 2022. Named 22H2 during development, this update is packed with features like File Explorer tabs (coming soon), automatically generated captions for any audio content, enhancements to Snap Layouts, and performance and battery life improvements. Read More »
With the rise of mirrorless cameras came a slew of updated lenses from big manufacturers. Picking the best mirrorless system lenses from such a wide selection isn’t easy, but this guide is a good place to start. Read More »