If you’re all in on renewable energy, your home can quickly get littered with charging stations. You’ll need one unit for solar panels, another to manage your stationary backup, and a third to charge your electric vehicle. Dcbel’s r16 does all that in one in one unit, and it’s coming to the United States.
Digital assistants have come a long way since Apple released Siri in 2011, and that growth isn’t stopping. Today Google Assistant picked up several new features to make your life easier. Now it can help find your iPhone, order takeout, and automate your life with new routines.
After announcing several new 20-series phones during its “Display Your Greatness” event, TCL showed off a new Fold ‘n Roll concept device, a smartphone that combines folding and rolling technology to achieve three distinct form factors. TCL also announced that it’s “on track” to release its first foldable later this year.
During its livestreamed “Display Your Greatness” event, TCL announced three new 20-series phones with cutting-edge display technology, high-resolution cameras, and attractive price points. The TCL 20 Pro 5G, TCL 20L, and TCL 20L+ launch April 15th in the U.K. and will roll out in select regions over the coming weeks.
If you’ve ever left the lights in your vehicle and come back to a dead battery, you know the pain of asking someone to help jump your car. And that’s assuming anyone is around. Mophie’s latest rugged battery packs solve that problem, and one can even inflate your tires.
The Batmobile from the classic 1966 Batman TV series is one of the most iconic vehicles in pop culture history, and soon you can own the LEGO version. The set includes a rotating stand for the car and minifigures of Batman and The Joker.
Microsoft announced a new line of “Modern” PC accessories, including the company’s first desktop webcam since 2011’s LifeCam HD 3000. Meet the $70 Microsoft Modern Webcam, a versatile device with HDR support, True Look retouching, a privacy shutter, and … wait, where’s the Windows Hello support?
USB-C was supposed to be easy. Just plug a thing in any direction, and it would work without muss or fuss. But that quickly turned out not to be the case as manufacturers went off-spec and cable makers cut corners. If you’re worried about a device getting fried, check out Plugable’s USB-C VAMETER.
Robot vacuums, smart watches, smart bulbs, home security, noise canceling headphones—it’s starting to feel like there’s nothing Wyze doesn’t make. Now it’s adding another new item to the list. Wyze just opened up pre-orders for its new $30 Smart Floor Lamp. But this one feels different.
After accidentally confirming its existence in a support document, Microsoft has officially launched the Surface Laptop 4. Starting at $999 and available with Intel or AMD chips, the new laptop begins shipping in the US, Canada, and Japan on April 15th.
A universal remote allows you to control anything and everything in your living room with one controller. The go-to choice for years was Logitech Harmony remotes, but now that they’re out of the game, here are the best alternatives. Instead of juggling several remotes sitting in a box by the couch, get one of these and up your living room game.
Roku updates historically don’t come with significant visual overhauls, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t feature-rich. Much like last September’s update, Roku OS 10 aims to bring more value to your streaming devices with changes that help you pick the strongest Wi-Fi network, automatic game modes, and much more.
What’s better than an Adobe video editor? An Adobe video editor with a free tier. That’s Adobe Premiere Rush, and while it’s available on macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android, it didn’t work on M1 Macs. But now it does, thanks to a new update that even includes a few new features.
Dell’s Inspiron line of laptops just got five new members. The line offers four sizes to choose from—the Inspiron 13, 14, 15, and 16 Plus—as well as the Inspiron 14 2-in-1. And with four nature-inspired colors, you can finally have a laptop that matches your style.
A third of the streaming devices sold in the U.S. are running Roku’s smart TV platform. Today, the company is updating and refining its catalog of first-party players with the introduction of the Express 4K+ and Streambar Pro. Oh, and there’s the Voice Remote Pro, Roku’s first rechargeable remote—that unfortunately charges over microUSB.
Dell’s latest update to its wonderful XPS 13 series laptops is here, and with it comes with a four-sided InfinityEdge display, premium components, upgraded tech specs, and a stunning OLED display option. The laptop is tiny yet plenty mighty.
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Do you like to watch your Google play purchased movies and tv shows on your Roku, Samsung, LG, or Vizio smart tv? If so, you’re going to have to adjust which app you use—the Google Play Movies & TV smart tv apps will shut down on June 15. You’ll need to move to YouTube.
Back in February, Google announced that the revamped video editor for its Photos app would arrive on Android devices after months of being iOS-exclusive. Now, Google Photos users on Android finally have access to the powerful new video editor through a server-side rollout.
How fast is your internet? If you aren’t sure, you can always perform a speed test through Ookla. But what if checking your speeds could lead to improvements down the road? That’s what the FCC is (almost) promising, as it asks people to voluntarily check speeds with the FCC app on iOS and Android.