No matter how great your PC or phone is, something will inevitably go wrong one day. The “Right to Repair” movement has been gaining considerable traction lately, and with the right knowledge and equipment, you can fix a whole lot of things yourself. Here are some essential items every DIY gadget geek should have in…
Tell me if this sounds familiar: you’ve got a few items in your Amazon cart, and you head to checkout...only to realize you’re a few bucks under the threshold for free shipping. Or maybe you’ve got an Add-On Item you need in two days, but Amazon requires a $25 total in order to ship it at all. Frustrating, right?
If you have a NAS or other high-capacity storage device at home, you know how expensive those extra-reliable Western Digital Red drives can get. Here’s a little secret: you can get similar high capacity disks much cheaper by “shucking” them from Western Digital’s external drives.
Mechanical keyboards are a total game-changer, but popular models can reach into the hundreds of dollars. There are cheap mechanical keyboards available, but can they really measure up to their expensive cousins? Here’s what I’ve learned from my keyboard obsession.
Most smart home gadgets have similar benefits: set up automated tasks, then control them remotely with your phone, or activate them with your voice. The Kwikset Kevo can do all this, but it takes convenience to a whole new level by essentially reinventing the lock. You just walk up to it, touch it, and open your door.
Sometimes, slow internet is the universe’s way of telling you to go play outside. Other times, it’s the universe’s cruel joke to destroy your productivity. Here are 10 ways to troubleshoot, fix, or just survive a slow internet connection.
I’ve been getting into mobile gaming a bit more lately, mostly out of laziness. So naturally, I had to play République, oft listed as one of the highest quality games on iOS and Android. And it is...despite some glaring story problems.
A bit of planning can save you a ton of money when it comes to buying throughout the year. Here’s your comprehensive, always up-to-date guide on the best times to buy everything this year.
New Year’s Eve might be the best party night of the year, but it can also be the most stressful, from losing your phone to the far more perilous drive home. Here are a few things you can do now to stay safe and sane this New Year’s.