The great thing about owning an EV is that you don’t need to visit any gas stations. But at some point, every EV owner needs to find public charging for their vehicle. To make this process easy, we suggest that you use an app.
Car manufacturers and charging companies offer several apps to help you find public charging stations. They can even save you some money on electricity. Check our top story to learn more.
Once you get an electric vehicle, you’ll quickly realize some of your favorite gas stations don’t offer EV charging. That’s why Tesla, Electrify America, and many third-party brands have apps to help you track down the best, fastest, or nearest electric vehicle charging station. Read More »
Vacuum storage bags seem like an infomercial gimmick, but, despite appearing in more than a few infomercials, they’re actually really fantastic and perfect for home storage and travel. Here are our favorites. Read More »
It seems that a big change is just over the horizon. The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max make a stylish departure from Apple’s last few smartphones, offering interesting design changes, exclusive features, and wallet-draining upgrades. Read More »
They say first impressions are everything, but I’m here to say the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro proved that wrong. The first time I saw images of the Galaxy Watch 5, all I could think was, “that looks thick and uncomfortable.” But after spending weeks with it, this is my new favorite Wear OS watch. 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 »
Remembering a combination or keeping a key hidden somewhere is so 20th Century. Combinations can be learned, and keys can get lost. Now you can save time and make your valuables more secure with this fingerprint lock from ELMWAY. You can program this aluminum alloy and stainless steel lock to work with up to 15 fingerprints or even open the lock through a convenient mobile app. And it fits entirely in the palm of your hand, so it’s just the right size to take with you anywhere you need to lock something up.
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 »
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 »
The Google Arts and Culture division just launched its first game. Titled Descent of the Serpent, this top-down adventure game takes you back to ancient Mesoamerica, where you must collect artifacts to save the world from a global flood. Read More »
The sequel to Nothing’s Ear 1 might give you the heebie jeebies. Called the Nothing Ear Stick, these earbuds feature a long charging case and debuted on Chet Lo’s SS23 runway. According to Nothing, the Ear Stick is inspired by cosmetic packaging—it vaguely looks like a tube of lipstick. Read More »
NASA is set to channel the spirit of the 1998 film Armageddon on Monday. The space agency plans to crash a spacecraft into the asteroid Dimorphos in the first test of a planetary defense system. Dubbed “Double Asteroid Redirection Test” (DART), the program aims to change the celestial body’s orbit. Read More »
After sharing its bizarre Pixel 7 teaser last week, Google is back with a preview video for the Pixel Watch. This is our first close-up look at the Pixel Watch, which launches on October 6th during the Made By Google event. Read More »
The changing of seasons and their accompanying holidays can put you in an endless cycle of putting up and taking down decorations. Simplify your holiday decorating with smart lights that can stay up year-long and impress your neighbors. Read More »
There’s no appliance in the kitchen that gets opened and closed in an impatient panic more often than the microwave. They build those doors tough for a reason. That’s also why there’s no kitchen device more in need of the smart treatment. Read More »