When it comes to consumer-grade drones, it’s hard to find something not made by DJI. The Chinese company has cornered the market with easy-to-fly quadcopters that are capable of capturing cinematic footage. Before today, you needed to spend close to $1,000 to get something halfway decent. That changes with the release of the Mavic Mini.
If you’re not familiar with the game, this Mario & Sonic game is the sixth iteration of the same theme: characters you know and love from both the Mario and Sonic universes compete in the Olympic games.
Fundamental knowledge of how computers work is essential for many future careers. For $300, the Piper Computer Kit promises to teach children computer science concepts. At that cost, it needs to be perfect. Is it? No. But it’s close.
There are a lot of options in the truly wireless earbud market, but Apple’s AirPods pretty heavily dominate it. If you’re an Android user (or an iPhone user looking for something different), however, the Jaybird Vista should be on your shortlist.
Between PIN, fingerprint reader, voice commands, an app, and a physical key, the Lockly Secure Pro smart lock has no shortage of ways to unlock your door. And while more options usually mean more convenience, it also means more complications.
Most trackers like Tile or Chipolo communicate through Bluetooth. That’s great for battery life and size but terrible for finding your lost thing more than a room or two away. GeoZilla’s GPS tracker uses 3G service to contact you anywhere—well, almost anywhere.