Is this the straw that broke the camel’s back? As Microsoft’s Windows 11 release continues to fall short of fans’ expectations, a new scandal is sending the internet into a rabid fury. That’s right—Microsoft lied about its Windows 11 emoji, and now we’re knee-deep in Emojigate.
Ready for some early Christmas shopping? Segway is slashing prices on its best scooters, bikes, and hoverboards, including several models made for children. Now’s your chance to save up to 60% on these motorized rideables from now until the end of October.
After delaying the Cybertruck until late 2022 earlier this year, Tesla has removed all mentions of pricing, specs, and model information from the Cybertruck reservation website overnight, leading many to believe a price increase is coming.
Is your desktop setup starting to show its age? Amazon is running a killer sale on monitors, Chromebooks, and Windows laptops, slashing prices by up to 39%. But these deals will only last for a day, so act fast before they disappear.
I’ve been a fan of Jabra’s earbuds for some time and love the newer 75t and 85t models, so I was stoked to get my hands on the latest buds from the company: the Jabra Elite 3. For half the cost of their predecessors, they’re a pretty awesome choice.
Alienware’s original Aurora desktop kicked off the liquid-cooling movement all the way back in 2004. And now, to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary, Alienware is releasing a new Aurora desktop that pushes cooling systems even further.
Thieves used audio deepfake technology to clone a businessman’s voice and order a $35 million transfer to foreign accounts, according to a court document obtained by Forbes. It’s the most successful “deep voice” heist so far, though it may be just a small part of a growing trend.
Continuous scrolling is one of the hallmarks of modern app design. You can scroll forever on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to see an endless stream of content, all without pressing a “See More” or “Page 2” button. And now, the Google Search app supports continuous scrolling, allowing you to turn questions like “what can you do with pumpkins” into hours-long doomscrolling marathons.
Have you ever seen a scam so obvious that only a kid could fall for it? As reported by Malwarebytes, scammers on TikTok are offering “free” download codes for popular games as part of a malvertising scheme—kids are encouraged to visit a website for free games, and malware is automatically downloaded to their computer through ads.
Last year, Nanoleaf made a big splash with its new Shapes line of premium lights, which it then expanded into a beautiful woodgrain look. Now the company is back with something decidedly different—Lines. With Lines, you can build your own shapes, from octagons to bow ties. They start at $199.