The $99 Wyze Lock Is the First Wyze Product We Can’t Recommend

I’ve been sitting here struggling with where to begin this $99 Wyze Lock review. Usually, Wyze product reviews are a simple affair. Whether cameras, bulbs, plugs, or sensors, the outcome is always the same. A well-made product that does at least 90% of the work the competition does, for a fraction of the price. How can you not recommend that? The answer, it seems, is when it’s missing an essential feature: convenience.

Jif Wants You to Pronounce GIF Correctly (And to Buy Peanut Butter)

Since the beginning of time, the internet has endlessly fought over the pronunciation of GIF. Jif, the peanut butter maker, is putting a stop to all of the arguments by teaming up with Giphy and definitively teaching the internet how to pronounce the animated looping image format. And the verdict is that GIFs are pronounced with a soft g.

The Best Services to Replace Credit Karma Since Intuit is Buying It

Intuit, the company behind QuickBooks, Mint, and TurboTax, announced yesterday that it’s buying Credit Karma for a touch over $7.1 billion in cash and stock. If you’re not cool with Intuit having the data you’ve shared with Credit Karma, there are other options out there. Just be warned: you’ll need to sign up for multiple services to cover everything Credit Karma currently does.

I Tried YouTube Music Again and It Still Sucks

I’ve been a Google Play Music subscriber since day one. Literally—as soon as the landing page went live, I signed up. And, I’ve been with it ever since. When Google announced that YouTube Music would be taking the place of GPM (at some point, anyway), I was curious how good it would be in comparison. And initially, that answer was apparent: not very.

Why Are Wireless Chargers So Slow?

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.

Hey Guys, AirPods (and AirPods Pro) on Android Are Totally Fine

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.
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