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New tricks for old gadgets. What's not to like?
Starting at $1,199 with an M2 chip and a MagSafe (yes!!) charger.
The tech giant also unveiled its long-anticipated Pixel Watch at its annual developer conference.
Shokz’s OpenRun Pro headphones don't plug up my ears, which made me feel safe while I was out and about. Plus, they were so comfy that I almost forgot I was wearing them.
At $429, Apple’s newest budget phone should be its cheapest, but if you shop around, you can actually get a better deal on the 13 Mini.
At its annual spring event, the company refreshed the iPhone SE and the iPad Air and unveiled a diminutive Mac Studio running a powerful new chip.
One Of The Creators Of Google Glass Is Experimenting With A Smart Retainer For Texting With Your Tongue
The academic project works by having users mouth letters to spell words — without actually speaking them.
There's no better way to say, "I don't really like you" than with these tech gifts!
A $99 audiobook player (and the cheaper $59 Mini) for kids is worth a shot for the chance your kid will actually play by themselves, giving you some free time.
Sourdough was so 2020.
Hummingbird feeders, travel alarm clocks, and a cheap standing desk alternative.
Things that save you money, make you smile or look good, or just are fun? That’s a life hack, baby.
A Theragun, sunscreen, and the Revlon One-Step made life a little nicer.
Our favorite podcasts, newsletters, workout apps, and more.
Headphones, routers, projectors, and more weird stuff we actually recommend at every price point.
From linen sheets to piglets, here’s what made our lives better in 2021.
Improved sound and battery life are nice, but the shorter stems are what make AirPods 3 great.
It’s impossible to turn off the option to let kids watch movies and videos during calls with Grandma. [Update: Facebook says that it will change this feature starting in December.]
The new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips give a ton of power to new 14- and 16-inch laptops.
You don't even have to try is an incredible feature in a smartphone camera.
The most important question about Amazon's newest innovation.
Facebook’s new battery-powered Portal is portable and intended for your boss AND your grandparents.
Better camera, faster chip. Steve Jobs’ fairly consequential idea continues to improve at the expected rate. Plus, new iPads!
But how would you explain this miracle of technological sophistication to the simple people of the past?
Ray-Ban Stories can take photos and videos with a touch of a button and send them to your phone.
TL;DR: If you’re looking for a modern desktop and you’ve got the cash on hand, the new iMac is the one to get.
Tile’s key feature lets you use your keys to find your phone – not just the other way around.
Colorful desktop iMacs, M1 chip iPads, and a much better Apple TV remote.
Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth told employees that the company is evaluating the legal and privacy issues around facial recognition for its upcoming wearable gadget.