If you’re too powerful for Beat Saber, then maybe it’s time to give Supernatural a shot. The VR exercise app best known for its rhythmic aerobics and guided meditations now includes a high-intensity boxing game that will leave you sore after just one lesson.
It must be YubiKey season. Just weeks after launching the long-awaited YubiKey Bio, Yubico is selling a new FIDO Security Key C NFC. It’s basically a bare-bones, affordable version of the YubiKey 5C NFC, offering FIDO authentication over USB-C and NFC for just $30.
Retro gamers and arcade fans have asked Arcade1Up to build a Terminator 2: Judgement Day cabinet for years, and it’s finally here. The company just announced its epic life-size replica Terminator 2 machine, complete with those classic red and blue light guns we all loved growing up.
In a very Microsoft-like move, the company recently started pushing the PC Health Check app onto all Windows 10 users through regular software updates. This once optional app said whether or not devices can run the new Windows 11 release, but now it looks like Microsoft is being more aggressive with the rollout, aiming to nudge owners to upgrade.
Believe it or not, but Google still doesn’t know how to launch a product. The company is cancelling tons of Pixel 6 orders, often without any explanation. And worse, some people aren’t getting a refund for their cancelled orders.
Why isn’t there a battery-powered Wyze Cam V3? I’m not sure, but the new Wyze Lamp Socket lets you power the Cam V3 from any outdoor lighting fixture, and it only costs $10 plus shipping. And for those of you with a Wyze Cam Outdoor, there’s a new Solar Panel that extends its battery life so you can spend less time charging and more time catching porch pirates.
Why wait for Black Friday when you can treat yourself right now to some big discounts from Wyze. Today, the company announced several deals, including that users would get three months of Cam Plus service for free by purchasing a Wyze Cam v3, Wyze Cam Pan v2, and Wyze Cam Outdoor, to name a few.
It’s new TV season, baby. Amazon is running a big Black Friday blowout sale on TVs from TCL, Samsung, and Sony. Now’s the perfect time to replace your crappy old TV, or buy an affordable new smart TV for a young family member.
When Microsoft confirmed Windows 11 would support Android apps, there was plenty of excitement, but then we learned apps are only available through the Amazon App Store. And while Android apps on Windows 11 made their confusing debut last week, this week, a developer on Twitter managed to get the full Google Play Store working, and here’s how.