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June 22, 2022

Gaming laptops are better than ever before—you know, they’re not massive anymore! But still, gaming laptops come with major downsides. And due to the rise of cloud gaming and the Steam Deck, a laptop may not be your best option for portable PC gaming.

Check our top story to learn all the pros and cons of gaming laptops, plus some alternatives that could offer a similar experience at a much lower price.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Should You Buy a Gaming Laptop?


We’ve finally reached a point where gaming laptops don’t suck. They’re relatively compact, quieter than a PlayStation, and often have amazing screens. But gaming laptops still have some major drawbacks, and due to the rise of cloud gaming and the Steam Deck, they’re no longer the only option for portable PC gaming. Read More »

 
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Get Your Bake On With These Tiny Whisks

Let’s be honest, most whisks are too big. And a big whisk is fine when you’re trying to scramble a bunch of eggs and mix cake batter by hand. But it becomes a pain when you want to whisk something in a small bowl. That’s with YouTube favorite Babish comes in, with his trademark tiny whisks. These are much smaller than the average whisk and so perfect for the jobs where you need a more delicate touch—lest you fling flour all over the kitchen. Again. This two-pack comes in two sizes and should fit all your needs, from whisking eggs to mixing flour.

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Philips Hue Launches a New Smart Dimmer, Unveils Its First Portable Light


Signify just introduced a flurry of new Philips Hue products to help existing customers flesh out their smart home. There’s a Tap Dial Switch for intuitive lighting control, the first Philips Hue battery-powered lamp, new Perifo track lighting, and some upgraded lighting fixtures. Read More »

 
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The electric vehicle market has been on a roll lately and showing no signs of slowing down. We have stunning cars and rugged electric trucks. And while most EVs are stylish, fast, powerful, and offer the latest luxury features, it’s not all good news. Read More »

 
V-Moda’s New Headphones Double as a Bluetooth Speaker


Today, the popular headphone maker V-Moda unveiled its first all-wireless headphones, but that’s not all these have to offer. The new V-Moda S-80 series is stylish and customizable with replaceable colorful side panels, and they also double as a Bluetooth speaker. Read More »

 
The 30 Best Offline Games for iPhone and iPad


Before we jump, though, we must note that many of the games on our list need internet access at least once. You’ll need Wi-Fi to download the app, then to open it once and ensure the game downloads any assets, updates, or connects to Game Center. You’ll want to do this at home or somewhere with internet access before you head to the airport or out of cell range. Read More »

 
Why Mullvad VPN Won’t Accept New Subscriptions


The best VPN services follow strict no-logging policies, meaning that they don’t collect or monitor your browsing activity. But simply signing up for a VPN can leave a paper trail, as the service needs to keep some information to maintain a monthly subscription. Now, Mullvad VPN says it will eliminate that concern by only accepting one-time payments. Read More »

 

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We still have a few weeks until Prime Day 2022 starts on July 12th. But in the meantime, Amazon is offering major discounts on select smart TVs. Most of these discounts require a Prime account (or free trial), though some are available to all shoppers. Read More »

 

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