iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max: Everything We Know so Far

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August 13, 2022

In just one month, Apple will turn the iPhone on its head. The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro debuts several design changes and spec upgrades, including a big change to the Face ID selfie camera—no more notch!

Check our top story to see the most credible iPhone 14 Pro leaks and rumors.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max: Everything We Know so Far


It seems that a big change is just over the horizon. The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max make a stylish departure from Apple’s last few smartphones, offering interesting design changes, exclusive features, and wallet-draining upgrades. Read More »

 
7 of the Most Affordable Technologies for an Eco-Friendly Home


As of 2021, 85% of American consumers say they’ve become more sustainable with their purchases—and you can join them in their effort to help the planet. Explore seven economical ways to make your home more sustainable below. Read More »

 
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Samsung’s Latest Earbuds Ask You to Correct Your Posture


Are you hunching over your phone like a creepy little goblin? Samsung’s latest earbuds, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, could help you break that habit with “neck stretch reminders.” It’s a weird feature, but hey, anything’s better than neck or back pain. Read More »

 
The Google Home App Is a Mess and You Can Help Fix It


While the Google Home app has changed a lot over the years, it still needs some help, to put things lightly. Thankfully, it looks like Google is preparing to release its biggest update yet. The company recently added device toggles and redesigned the “feed,” but soon, we can expect a “next generation design” of the Google Home app. Read More »

 
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Football season is back, and that means game day barbeques and tailgating. If you’re looking to step up your summer BBQ game, grill or smoke lots of meats, or just want an easier time shredding that pulled pork or chicken, we have you covered.

The Bear Paws are the original meat shredding claws, and if you’ve never tried a set, you’re missing out. They’re incredibly comfortable, sharp, and make shredding meat quick and easy. Use these to shred, lift, and serve without dirtying up another utensil.

 
Meta Bypassed Apple’s Anti-Tracking Protections on iOS


When Apple introduced its App Tracking Transparency system in 2020, Facebook (now Meta) took a hard line against it, claiming it would hurt the world’s largest social media platforms and small businesses that rely on tracking data to make money. Read More »

 
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Can Frequent Travelers Use Live TV Streaming Services?


You may want to pause your live TV service before going on vacation. Platforms like YouTube TV impose strange rules that can affect frequent travelers, especially those who spend months away from home. These rules are often benign, but they can also ruin the streaming experience. Read More »

 
Samsung’s Care+ Is Practically a Requirement for Foldables


Every year, Samsung makes small-yet-significant refinements to its foldable phones. But the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 still suffer from one big problem—their screens aren’t very durable. Now, Samsung hopes to entice customers by offering $29 foldable screen repairs with a Care+ subscription. Read More »

 

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