Technology

Google Will Begin Shutting Down Play Music Next Month

Google Play Music, which debuted in 2011, has been on the chopping block ever since Google decided to refocus its music streaming efforts on the YouTube brand. Now, Google is bringing the blade down. YouTube Music will take over completely … Continue reading

Add Up To Two Additional Monitors To Your Laptop With The Help Of Mobile Pixels

When you’re working from home, productivity takes on an even greater importance than ever before. With some many potential added distractions, your time spent in front of your personal laptop, banging away on a work project, absolutely needs to be … Continue reading

Google Assistant’s new Family Bell feature adds structure to endless summer days

As summer slowly winds to a close and the first day of remote learning remains weeks away (for many of us, anyway), it’s easy—way too easy—to let the kids go nuts on their iPads while the grown-ups toil at home. … Continue reading

Reseller RMA Data Shows Fascinating Pattern Between AMD, Nvidia GPUs

Good reliability data is both highly prized in computing and frustratingly difficult to come by. Occasionally, a third party firm like SquareTrade will publish its own figures but these reports are few and far between. It’s effectively impossible to track … Continue reading

Sony’s PS4 DualShock Controllers Will Not Be Compatible With PlayStation 5

Sony PS5 DualSense. The console it goes with is still a mystery. Microsoft and Sony are clearly taking two different approaches to their next-generation console ecosystems, and Microsoft, thus far, is winning the battle for player-friendly features. While the Xbox … Continue reading

Florida Teenager Arrested for Leading Massive ‘Bit-Con’ Twitter Hack

A 17 year-old Florida teenager has been arrested for the massive Twitter hack that targeted celebrities and cryptocurrency-related businesses earlier in July. Federal law enforcement arrested student Graham Ivan Clark in Tampa on Friday after an investigation led by the … Continue reading

Reolink Argus 3 security camera review: New look, same great performance

Reolink found a good niche with its first Argus, a truly wireless home security camera with just the essential features. Now on its third iteration, the camera has a new look and some smart additions, including an integrated spotlight and … Continue reading

TCL 8-series 4K UHD TV review: This TV gets as close to OLED as any LCD has come

It took forever and a day to get a TCL 8-series TV in house, but the wait was absolutely worth it. Thanks to an uber granular mini-LED backlight array, the 65Q825 I tested delivers the best blacks I’ve seen from … Continue reading

ET Deals: $1,000 Off Dell 2020 Vostro 15 7500 Core i7 & Nvidia GTX Laptop, Google Pixel 4A Pre-Order, Apple AirPods w/ Wireless Charging Case $139

Today you can get a highly versatile laptop from Dell with $1,000 marked off the retail price. This system is perfect for work, but it also has a 100 percent sRGB compatible display for editing images and a GPU that’s … Continue reading

NASA Astronauts Are Back on Earth After Historic SpaceX Mission

A SpaceX Dragon capsule undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) over the weekend, returning astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to Earth. The vessel descended into the atmosphere and parachuted down to the ocean without incident. Thus ended the … Continue reading