Cold brew coffee is delicious any time, but it’s the must-have drink for hot summer days. With these coffee makers, you can enjoy a delicious cup whenever you need a pick me up or a cool down. Here’s a look at our picks for the best cold brew coffee makers you can buy today.
The Microsoft Store is dead. The company wants out of retail, and already the comments about empty stores are flying. I worked at a Microsoft Store for just under three years, and I owe my entire writing career to that time. Every community that hosted a Microsoft Store just lost a valuable resource and will be diminished for it. I’ll mourn the loss of culture outreach, education, and community service.
Google frequently updates its phone app with new and useful features, and the latest one should be a crowd-pleaser. As spotted by Android Police, Google is working on a verification system that will help you know what business is calling and why.
Zoom is perfect for teachers. It has a large call capacity, robust moderation tools, and customizable video backgrounds. But Google Meet, which is included in G Suite for Education, is launching a grocery list of new features that may help it land a spot as teacher’s pet.
Why let TikTok have all the fun? YouTube is testing a new mobile feature that lets people string together short 15-second videos. Like TikTok videos, the short-form videos on YouTube contain multiple clips or “segments” and are filmed through the YouTube app.
Like many retailers, Microsoft Stores closed during the global pandemic shut down. The lingering question has been, when would they reopen? Now Microsoft has an answer for us—never. The company announced it would permanently shut down all but four of its Microsoft Stores, and it will “reimagine” the remaining four in a way that won’t include retail sales.
Like most PC gamers, I have dozens of games connected to online store accounts that I’ve never played. And yet, when I saw Steam’s Summer Sale this morning, fifty dollars and sixty-three cents flew out of my wallet and waved to me as it disappeared into Valve’s digital pocket. Now I have dozens of unplayed games, plus three more.
Nothing’s better than enjoying a perfect cup of coffee, except maybe having delightful new kinds of coffee regularly delivered right to your doorstep! With these tasty coffee subscription boxes, you can try coffee flavors from all around the world.
While you may love playing games on your home console or powerful desktop PC, those aren’t exactly portable machines. If you want to play games on the go, you’re going to need something more pocket friendly. Sure, you could just play on your phone, but there are many handheld gaming systems that offer a much better experience.
We’ve all seen it at least once. A piece of news shared on Facebook that hits our feed, except it’s old. Really old. The headline makes it sound recent, but the event happened ages ago, and the article might even be accurate anymore. Facebook wants to stop that, so now it will pop up a warning when you’re about to share old news.
Alright, you got me! Astronauts never had to poop their pants on the moon. But the Apollo crew did have to use a “fecal bag” to do their business, and 50 years later, NASA needs some help designing a new, respectable “Lunar Loo.”
Sick of Minecraft’s awkward controls on iPad? In a spat of new WWDC sessions, Apple announced that it is expanding the Game Center, improving gamepad support, and enabling keyboard and mouse controls on iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and tvOS 14.
Bug bounties are nothing new: they’re a great way for companies to find problems and proactively fix them, by passing out a relatively small amount of money to indie security researchers. Sony’s joining the fun with a new program, specifically targeting the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Network.
Amazon has a counterfeit problem. It’s wide-ranging enough that there’s a good chance you have purchased a fake item through the company if you’ve purchased SD cards, lightning cables, or even cheap mini PCs. Amazon previously promised to rid its stores of counterfeits, and now it’s going a step further with a new Counterfeit Crimes Unit.
NVIDIA’s streaming games platform has dropped its weekly update, adding a smattering of games from both Steam and the Epic Games Store. The only notable new release is Danger Scavenger, a boisterous sci-fi dungeon crawler, but critical darling RPG Disco Elysium from last year is also on the list.
You’ll be fairly familiar with seeing headphones reviewed here at Review Geek. We love our audio tech, so several team member were eager to see what the Kokoon headphones had to offer. Why? Because these are headphones designed to help you sleep. Plus they assist with maintaining mindfulness. And they’re pretty darn effective at what they do.
It’s 2020, and you still can’t touch the screen on your Mac. Weird, right? It’s one of those things you kind of assumed was fixed years ago, like Bluetooth pairing or the ozone layer. But here we are: despite Apple pioneering modern touchscreens and most new laptops coming with them by default, Macs are still defiant in their absence.
Who’s the hardest working robot on Mars? That would be the Curiosity rover, an advanced robot that takes photos of the Martian surface, collects important data, and routinely finds itself stuck in piles of sand. NASA is getting pretty sick of Curiosity’s carelessness, and hopes that you can help teach it some safe driving skills.
Last year, Google pushed a new feature that allows users to automatically delete search, location, voice, and YouTube history after 3 or 18 months. Today, that feature is being enabled by default for new users (or users who enable history tracking for the first time).
BLU’s first budget smartphone release of the year continues the company’s pattern of cramming respectable parts into phones that are dirt cheap. The G90 has a spec list that looks like a $300-400 phone, but its sticker price reads $150. Early buyers get an even better deal: the phone launches on Amazon today for $99.99.