July 12, 2019 at 09:37PM Prime Day, Amazon’s made-up summer shopping extravaganza, is back again, and this year, it’s going into overtime. Prime Day is now a 48-hour event, giving you two days to get your hands on some discounted goods. Amazon’s self-made holiday originally began as a celebration of its 20 year anniversary, and… Continue reading Time: Amazon’s Best Prime Day Tech Deals (So Far)
July 11, 2019 at 05:54PM In a world designed for cars, getting around any other way can be a challenge. Biking can leave you a dripping pile of sweat, public transit is hit-or-miss in many cities and often nonexistent in the suburbs, and walking long distances can be an drag. So how do you get… Continue reading Time: We Rode Boosted’s New Rev Electric Scooter. Here’s What it’s Like
July 09, 2019 at 06:05PM A series of security flaws in popular video-conferencing service Zoom left its users vulnerable to spying, denial of service attacks from unauthorized sites, and the potential installation of malware, according to a report from security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh. In a statement, Zoom says it has since addressed the security issues… Continue reading Time: A Flaw in Teleconferencing App Zoom Could Have Let Hackers Access Your Webcam. Here’s How to Fix it
July 08, 2019 at 05:59PM We could all use a little help tracking the habits we want to make, like learning a new language, while stamping out the ones we want to break, like that post-lunch e-cigarette break. Whether it’s hitting the gym regularly, reading more often before bed, or just remembering to drink plenty… Continue reading Time: Need Some Help Reaching Your Goals? Try These 5 Habit-Tracking Apps
July 02, 2019 at 10:38PM As much as I adore music, I find it difficult to use headphones when I’m home. It’s not for lack of options — I’ve got a pair of AirPods, some gym headphones, and some luxurious over-ear cans. But once I put them on, like clockwork, life accelerates around me. My… Continue reading Time: We Tried Dolby’s $600 Dimension Headphones. Are They Worth the Massive Price Tag?
July 01, 2019 at 07:37PM Apple recently released the public beta for its upcoming iOS 13 update and brand new iPadOS, meaning you can now get the latest and greatest software for your iPhone or iPad before it’s deemed bug-free and ready for public consumption. Everyday users probably shouldn’t install these upgrades until they’re more… Continue reading Time: I’ve Been Using Apple’s New iPhone Software Out Later This Year. These Are My 7 Favorite Features
June 27, 2019 at 09:18PM A new app is promising to rid your life of robocall spam and scams once and for all, in exchange for a monthly fee. But it also raises the question: why should we have to pay to block robocalls at all? Firewall, an iOS app from the creators of temporary… Continue reading Time: This New App Promises to Block Robocalls Forever. But Should We Have to Pay for That?
June 25, 2019 at 05:02PM Remember when everyone was making fun of giant smartphones, calling them “phablets” while pantomiming the strenuous effort needed to hoist such a gargantuan device up to one’s ear or stuff in their pockets? Well, the OnePlus 7 Pro might make dealing with all those jokes worth it. Sure, OnePlus is… Continue reading Time: Want a More Affordable Android Phone? The OnePlus 7 Pro Is Cheaper Without (Many) Sacrifices
June 21, 2019 at 10:08PM With E3 wrapped up, you’re probably ecstatic about all the new games that were just announced. And there was plenty of console news, too. Sony’s already talking about its upcoming PlayStation 5, Microsoft is teasing its newest console — codenamed “Project Scarlett” — and rumors suggest Nintendo will soon debut… Continue reading Time: Should You Buy a PS4 or Xbox Now, or Wait for the New Models? How to Decide
June 17, 2019 at 05:42PM If there’s one thing Kid Fury wants you to know, it’s this: anyone can start a podcast. After all, he barely knew what they were when he got started, and now his show has millions of fans. “I kind of knew what podcasts were from spending enough time on the… Continue reading Time: Big Money Is Pouring Into Podcasting. Some Podcasters Love It — But Others Are Freaked Out
June 11, 2019 at 02:45PM During Apple’s annual WWDC keynote on June 3, software boss Craig Federighi said that privacy is in “everything we do” — and shortly thereafter put his money where his mouth was. The newest updates to Apple’s operating systems, including macOS, iOS and the brand new iPadOS, include new features designed… Continue reading Time: Apple’s Most Significant New Innovation Is a Little Black Button. Here’s Why