What's New in the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, & Apple Watch Ultra

Did You Know?:

The color of the little piece of glass (glass bubble filled with liquid alcohol) found inside the sprinkler heads of fire sprinkler systems indicates the temperature at which it bursts (and activates the sprinkler): orange is the lowest temperature and black is the highest.

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September 8, 2022

Did You Know?

The color of the little piece of glass (glass bubble filled with liquid alcohol) found inside the sprinkler heads of fire sprinkler systems indicates the temperature at which it bursts (and activates the sprinkler): orange is the lowest temperature and black is the highest.

🍎 A Whole Lot of Apple

Apple’s big event was yesterday! As expected, Apple revealed the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, with no Mini option available. The iPhone 14 Pro is the most unique Pro phone yet, with a new “Dynamic Island” replacing the notch and more camera upgrades.

Apple also revealed the Apple Watch Series 8 with upgraded sensors, a new Apple Watch SE for people who don’t want to spend that much money, and a brand new Apple Watch Ultra. Finally, a second-generation AirPods Pro was revealed with upgraded ANC.

– Corbin

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Make Reading in Bed Easy With Glocusent’s Reading Light

Reading before bed can be a fantastic way to wind down at the end of the day. However, if you prefer physical books to eReaders, it can be difficult to turn down the lights but still be able to read. But, if you grab the Glocusent Neck Reading Light, you can lay back and enjoy your book without fussing with the lights.

The product itself is incredibly simple—it’s a pair of LED lights that you place around your neck. The lights will illuminate the pages and make it easy to read when the room is dark.

Nearby Share on Android Is About to Get Way More Useful

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Brushing Scams: Here’s Why You’re Getting Random Packages

Across the United States and other countries, millions of people are surprised to receive packages they never ordered. In most cases, the source is a scam called “brushing.” Here’s why you’re getting free loot. Read More »

You Can Now Get Unlimited iPhone Repairs With AppleCare+

When your smartphone costs a thousand dollars, it makes sense to want to keep it protected. If you were thinking about getting AppleCare+ for your iPhone, you’ll be glad to know it now covers unlimited repairs. Read More »

Google Wallet vs. Google Pay: What’s the Difference?

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The 10 Best Action Movies to Stream for Free in 2022

There’s no need to pay for a streaming subscription to get your action-movie fix. Free streaming services have plenty of action-packed movies from a variety of eras and subgenres. Here are the best action movies to stream for free. Read More »

The Best Subwoofers of 2022

Whether it’s for music or movies, a subwoofer will improve almost any sort of audio. If you’re not familiar with them, it can be tough to choose the perfect subwoofer for you, which is what we’re here for. Read More »

10 Reasons You Might Want an Apple Watch Ultra

The Apple Watch Ultra stole the show at Apple’s September 2022 iPhone event, introducing a new tier of wearable for adventurers, divers, and extreme sports fans. Even if you don’t need it, there are some compelling reasons you might still want an Apple Watch Ultra. Read More »

When Will We Get a USB-C iPhone?

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7 Mesh Router Mistakes to Avoid

Considering a mesh router system? Although mesh Wi-Fi systems are pretty great, there are some pitfalls to avoid. Here are common mistakes you want to avoid when selecting and setting up your system. Read More »

Why the Apple Watch Ultra Can't Live up to Its Promise

The Apple Watch Ultra isn’t something you wear on a jog around the neighborhood. It’s something you strap to your wrist before you take on nature itself. It’s a rugged piece of tech designed to help you survive in a primitive environment. Or that’s what Apple is suggesting anyway. Read More »

Lenovo Slim 9i (14" Intel) Laptop Review: A Speedy Multitasker

Lenovo’s 2022 lineup of Slim laptops promise versatile, powerhouse performances and portability. Its flagship model, the certified carbon-neutral Lenovo Slim 9i (14″ Intel), boasts an impressive balance of productivity and speed, while its thin frame makes it the ultimate on-the-go laptop. Read More »

SwitchBot Bot Review: A Mechanical Button Pusher

When someone pushes your figurative buttons, it’s irritating by design. On the other hand, when it’s a literal button pusher like the SwitchBot Bot, it can be a real convenience. This block helps you control manually-operated devices right from your phone’s SwitchBot app. Read More »


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Here’s When Your Samsung Galaxy Will Get Android 13 (One UI 5)

Google just released Android 13, the newest system update for phones and tablets running Android. It’s already available on Google Pixel phones, but it’s also coming to some of Samsung’s devices as One UI 5. Read More »




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Verizon’s “One Unlimited for iPhone” Plan Isn’t a Great Deal

Apple announced its new iPhone 14 range today, which doesn’t have SIM trays in the US, so if your carrier/network doesn’t support eSIM, you might be looking for a switch. Verizon’s answer is “One Unlimited for iPhone,” a cell plan made for people in the Apple ecosystem. Read More »


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Is Blu-ray the Last Optical Disc Format Ever? What’s Next?

With the rise of digital game platforms and streaming services, is there really a future for optical discs? Blu-ray discs are hanging on, but for how much longer? Will Blu-ray discs be the last optical format ever, or will another replace it? Read More »

Should You Use a VPN Browser Extension?

When looking at what a VPN can do for you, you may have come across something called a VPN browser extension. These are handy little doodads that can help keep you safe while browsing, but they come with some drawbacks you should be aware of. Let’s go over what VPN browser extensions are and whether you should use one. Read More »

IPhone 14 Pro Replaces the Notch With the “Dynamic Island”

Apple introduced the iPhone 14 series today, with both regular and Pro versions. This iPhone 14 Pro is the most radical departure yet, complete with a different chipset and screen. Read More »


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APC BR1500G Backup Battery

An excellent battery backup with AVR and surge protection. It allows for easy cell replacement and the ability to add external backups.

Amazon Fire 7

Pre-order the newly-updated Amazon Fire 7 and Fire 7 Kids tablets today!

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5"

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Google Pixel 6a

Google's Pixel a line is a great choice if you want a good middle point between budget and bleeding edge, and the Pixel 6a continues that tradition. Between the...

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus Mark the Death of the Mini

The iPhone is arguably Apple’s biggest hardware product, and at its latest hardware event, the company finally showed off the long-rumored iPhone 14 lineup. There’s a regular and Plus model, as well as Pro versions, but the Mini is officially no more. Read More »

AirPods Pro 2022 Has Twice the Noise Cancelling At $249

Apple is announcing a bunch of new products today, including new iPhones and Apple Watches. The company also revealed a second-generation version of the AirPods Pro. Read More »

The Apple Watch Ultra Is Ready for Extreme Sports

Apple held its latest hardware event today, where it announced a handful of new smartwatches. We have the Apple Watch Series 8, as well as a revision to the Apple Watch SE. But if you need something that can keep up with your active lifestyle, the Apple Watch Ultra might be the one for you. Read More »

Apple Watch SE 2022 Gets Cheaper and Faster

Apple added an “SE” model to its Apple Watch lineup in 2020, and now it’s back with a new Apple Watch SE for 2022. The updated model includes some important improvements for a lower price. Read More »

Apple Watch Series 8 Upgrades Sensors, Still Only $399

Apple’s event today was jam-packed with new products, including the iPhone 14 series, AirPods Pro 2022, and more. The company’s first announcement was the Apple Watch Series 8, which will arrive later in September. Read More »

What Ever Happened to Plasma TVs?

Once regarded for their picture quality, plasma TVs no longer have a place in the market. But what led to the disappearance of this TV technology? And if you’re looking for a plasma TV replacement, what should you get? Read More »

HTG Deals on Apple Products, Samsung Z Fold 3, and More

Welcome to the first Wednesday of September! We’ve got a lot to cover in this edition of HTG Deals, including a massive sale on Apple products, a pair of gadgets and gear from Samsung, and plenty more. So without further ado, let’s get to it. Read More »

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