Over the last 5 years, wireless charging speeds have leaped from around 5 watts to 10 or 15 watts in a handful of phones. That ain’t too shabby, but with new flagships like the Galaxy S20 and the Huawei Mate X sporting 45- and 55-watt wired charging speeds, wireless charging still feels slow.
If you can’t ever have too many replica arcade machines, Arcade1Up has you covered. The company previously announced it would release NBA Jam, Frogger, and PAC-MAN 40th Anniversary Edition machines, and today pre-orders begin. They’re all $500 3/4th scale cabinets with 17-inch screens, custom risers, and stool, so make room if you place an order.
The world of smart homes often feels like a confusing walled garden. But with the Wyze Smart Home Starter Pack, everything is cheap and simple. For just $100, you get eight smart home products that are easy to set up and offer a straightforward path toward smart routines and home automation.
SlickWraps, one of the most well-known device skin manufacturers, seems to have a major security problem on its hands. A security researcher going by the Twitter handle Lynx0x00, managed to make their way into SlickWraps’ systems and compromise seemingly everything. If you’re a SlickWraps customer, it’s time to lock down your credit and change passwords.
Amazon’s Fire tablets are some of the most popular around, probably because they’re some of the cheapest. (And also, Amazon actually cares about tablets. Google.) Those low prices make them ideal for kids, hence the “Kids Edition” variants with colorful protective cases and kid-friendly software. Today you can get a huge discount on the 7, 8, and 10-inch versions.
Do you love The Mandalorian? How about LEGO sets? What if you could have both in one package? Yeah, that sounds amazing to us too. LEGO has your back with several brand new The Mandalorian themed sets. If you’re willing to splurge, you can own your very own $130 Razor Crest made from LEGO. It even comes with an adorable Baby Yoda Minifig.
If you own a Nexx Smart Garage Door Controller and depend on its Just Drive Feature to automatically open your garage door, you may be in for a surprise today. That’s because the company turned the feature off for all users. The good news is, you can turn it back on (with some new agreements). The bad news? It just doesn’t work well. But you probably knew that.
When we reviewed the Pixel 4, we called the phone’s new version of Google Assistant smarter and praised its many changes. But then we called it dumb because it wasn’t available to G Suite users. Well, good news, everybody! It seems a change is rolling out to enable the updated Assistant for G Suit accounts.
Group chats are invaluable to any team, band, workplace, or clique. But if you want to avoid the hellfire of SMS group texts, then you and your friends need to agree on a single app. Here are a few of our favorites, along with some notes on why they might be right for you.
There’s this a common misconception that AirPods and AirPods Pro don’t work with Android. The fact is that’s completely false—not only do they work with Android, but they’re also my pick for the best true wireless headphones you can get, regardless of what OS you use. That said, there are a few things to consider if you want to use AirPods with your Android phone.
Samsung’s newest flagship phones are up for pre-order today. The bottom-rung Galaxy S20 starts at “only” $1000, the whiz-bang Galaxy Z Flip is $1380, and the maxed-out, top-of-the-line Galaxy S20 Ultra is $1600. You can do a lot with sixteen hundred American dollarydoos, in a lot of different ways. Let’s check out a few of your options, shall we?
YouTube TV is known for its affordable pricing, simple interface, and unlimited DVR capabilities. And now, the service is adding a new feather to its hat. As announced by WarnerMedia, HBO, HBO Max, and Cinemax are all coming to YouTube TV as premium add-ons this spring.
We’re still two weeks away from the official launch of the Galaxy S20 5G series, but carriers and retail stores are already putting the handsets up for pre-order. If you don’t want to wait until March 6, 2020, to order your next smartphone, here are the best deals you can get on the latest Samsung devices.
If you own a Vizio TV from 2016 or after and subscribe to Disney+, we have good news for you. Until now, if you wanted to watch Disney+ on your TV, you had to stream it through Apple AirPlay 2 or Chromecast. Workable, but clunky. But starting today, Vizio is rolling out Disney+ to SmartCast home screens.
Google is working on a feature for YouTube Music that will let you upload your music to a cloud library. Once uploaded, you can listen to your music ad-free, even without a YouTube Premium subscription. The company just created support documents for the feature, suggesting the cloud library will launch soon.
Whether you’re listening to a news report while brushing your teeth or listening to your favorite songs in the shower, a bathroom speaker is a great way to breathe some life into your morning routine. But there are a lot of options out there, so we found the best ones and broke down what makes them so great.
We recently looked at several 4K projectors to identify the best (relatively) inexpensive light cannons for your viewing pleasure, and found that the Epson Home Cinema 5050UB provided the best quality and feature set for a reasonable cost. But we have a challenger! The BenQ CinePrime HT3550 is designed to knock off the champ with similar performance and a much lower cost!
Yesterday, Ring announced it would start requiring two-factor authentication for all user accounts effective immediately. And while that’s a great start, it’s not enough. The company can and should do more. The truth is, it’s playing catchup to another security camera company: Nest. If you have to pick, you should trust Nest before Ring, and here’s why.