Wearable devices continue to grow more popular, yet it’s getting harder to shop for this stuff. Customers have a hard time telling the difference between “fitness trackers” and “smartwatches,” and oftentimes, this confusion can lead to disappointment.
Check our top story to learn how fitness trackers and smartwatches are different, plus some suggestions on which you should buy.
Wearable devices are more common than ever before. But ironically, the words “fitness tracker” and “smartwatch” have only grown more confusing. People have a hard time understanding how these product categories are different—a problem that leads to dissatisfied customers and wasted money. Read More »
Ignoring all its weird bugs, Google’s Pixel 6 is an overwhelming success. The affordable flagship is widely celebrated by both customers and critics, who often feel that it’s the greatest Android phone to date. But later this year, Google will supplant the Pixel 6 with its next great success, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Read More »
So you’re ready to buy a new TV and want it to be a good one. If this is your first time purchasing a TV where the consideration goes beyond price, you might want to brush up on some terms. Read More »
As cloud gaming becomes more prevalent, gamers need a comfortable, convenient, and compact means of playing on the go. RiotPWR attempts to deliver with its Xbox Cloud Gaming controller, but several design flaws prevent it from outshining more effective competition. 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 »
Smart home lights are growing in popularity, but they’re also costly. If you’re looking for a fun, cheap, and easy way to spruce up any room, you’ll want to check out this color-changing Crystal lamp. It offers 16 different RGB colors or gradients, and you can change it by simply tapping the button on the top of the lamp. As a bonus, it has a dim feature to set the mood, a remote control, and the textured finish will put an alluring glow on any surface. Give one a try from our link below.
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 »
Getting into vinyl records means buying a turntable or record player. And while these terms are often used interchangeably, they describe two very different products—one that’s designed for enthusiasts, and another that’s intended for casual listeners. Read More »
Similar to Spotify Wrapped playlists, YouTube Music offers yearly and seasonal recaps of all your favorite music, artists, and most enjoyed songs. Recently, Google started teasing that the YouTube Music summer recap was “coming soon,” and now it’s slowly appearing for more users. Read More »
Google shocked everyone with the price of its Pixel 6 smartphone last year, as it was an absolute steal at $599. And while many expected a price increase with the highly anticipated Pixel 7 series, we have good news, as leaks suggest pricing will remain the same. Read More »
We first heard about Steam for Chrome OS in 2020, but here we are over two years later, and it’s still not quite ready. Google released the first Steam on ChromeOS alpha build earlier this year, but now it looks like an official beta could arrive, allowing more players access. Read More »
Today, Google unveiled the new HD Chromecast device that’s $20 cheaper than the older 4K version. By removing ultra high-definition and Dolby Atmos support, the new 1080p model Chromecast comes in at a very affordable $29.99. This price makes it even cheaper than the original 2013 Chromecast. Read More »
After a long wait, Tesla has finally released an official CCS adapter for North America that allows Tesla drivers to use off-brand public charging stations. The new CCS Combo 1 (CCS1) to Tesla plug is now available in North America for $250. Read More »
The next generation of Yale smart locks just arrived. Available today, Yale’s Assure Lock 2 lineup features a slimmer design, broader smart home compatibility, and a better fit for large doors. Plus, they don’t require a Wi-Fi Connect Bridge, so you can use them out the box without any hassle. Read More »
The more you immerse yourself in the iCloud ecosystem, the more dependent you become on Apple. You’ve got to upgrade to the next iCloud tier to keep things ticking over; it’s just a shame that there isn’t more choice when the time comes. Read More »
If you’re tired of your usual exercise routine, grab a towel and challenge yourself with some spicy moves. A towel acts as extra resistance as you push hard to keep it on the floor during exercises. And don’t let it fool you, a towel will really crank up the intensity of your workout. Read More »
Nobody wants to watch as their brand-new iPhone hits the ground unprotected. The iPhone 14 Pro Max isn’t a cheap phone, so you’ll want to make sure you keep it safe and sound inside the right case. Read More »
Task Manager has scantly changed since it was introduced in the 1990s, besides the occasional addition of a new tab. The 2022 Update for Windows 11 finally gives Task Manager a much-deserved facelift, a few quality-of-life changes, and some new features. Read More »
The first day of fall has come, and people are just as obsessed with all things pumpkin spice as ever before. If you’re one of those spicy meets sweet flavor lovers, you might wonder if pumpkin spice is actually made from pumpkin, and the answer might surprise you. Read More »