Can You Plug Your Electric Car Into Any Charger?

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October 25, 2022

If you’re considering buying an electric vehicle to save on gas prices long term, you may be wondering if you can just pull up to any charger station and power up like a gas station. The answer is both more simple and more complicated than you may think. In today’s top story, our EV expert, Cory Gunther, walks you through what you need to know before making the big purchase.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Can You Plug Your Electric Car Into Any Charger?

Refueling a gasoline-powered vehicle is relatively simple, with a couple of different fuel types, and it only takes a few minutes. However, with everyone making EVs these days, you might wonder if electric car chargers and connectors are universal. Read More »

ChopValue Revive Gaming Desk Review: Stunningly Beautiful and Functional

I’ve had a lot of odd pitches come my way as a tech reviewer. So when ChopValue approached me with a standing desk, that didn’t seem all that unusual. Until the company explained that it made the desktop out of used chopsticks. Now that I have one in person, all I can say is: wow, this is beautiful. Read More »

Today’s Quordle Answers

Wordle was just too easy, wasn’t it? You probably left that behind and moved on to Quordle, the true “hard mode” of the word-guessing game format. But now you’re stuck and so close to failing. Don’t worry, we’re here to help with a hint—and if you really need it, today’s Quordle Answers. Read More »

Today’s Wordle Answer

Are you a huge fan of Wordle and absolutely stuck today? Let me guess; you’re hanging out on guess four or five and feeling the pressure. We get it entirely: nothing feels worse than losing your streak. If you’re not ready to outright cheat, we have you covered with hints and today’s Wordle answer. Read More »

What We’re Watching: Let’s Watch ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ Again to Remember Janeway

Every so often, Star Trek goes mainstream again, and that means movies, tv shows, and more. But this time, it’s a little different; we’re getting a Star Trek cartoon for kids! Star Trek: Prodigy follows a group of teenage aliens who steal an abandoned Starfleet ship, and somehow Kathryn Janeway shows up. Who is she? Well, that’s why we should all watch Star Trek: Voyager again. Read More »

STUFF WE LIKE Turn Your Desk Into a Charging Station With This Headphone Hanger
Turn Your Desk Into a Charging Station With This Headphone Hanger

Getting organized is a critical element of anyone’s tech life. It’s almost as important as keeping your devices charged and ready to go. You can accomplish both with this headphone hanger from KAFRI. You can use it to hang two sets of headphones from your desk, and it doubles as a charging station. It has two USB-A and one USB-C charging ports, so you can use it as a home base for your devices. It comes in both adhesive and clamp models, so it can work on whatever desk type you happen to own.

Your Apple TV+ and Apple Music Just Got More Expensive

Apple just announced pricing increases for several of its most popular services. You can expect to pay a few more dollars for Apple Music, Apple TV+, and any Apple One bundle with those services is getting a price hike too. Read More »

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Why Electric Cars Aren’t The Future We’ve Been Promised

Electric vehicles have often been touted as a way to make personal transport viable while decreasing carbon emissions. An eco-friendly technological miracle that will allow us to continue our lifestyles without any guilt. But in reality, they may not be the solution to our climate woes. Read More »

One of Rivian R1T’s Most Broken Features Gets a Redesign

The Rivian R1T electric truck has a ton of exciting features, but one that received a lot of negative attention is the powered tonneau bed cover. After months of complaints about faulty or breaking bed covers and promises of a replacement, it looks like Rivian is finally ready to redesign it. Read More »

Apple App Store to Get Even More Ads This Week

Ads in Apple’s iOS App Store are nothing new. The company has been placing ads there since 2016. However, they kept the promotions out of the main “Today” tab, reserving that space for Apple’s own recommendations. That changes starting October 25th. Read More »

Which iPhones Have Wireless Charging?

Wireless charging comes in a ton of different shapes and sizes, from basic mats that charge your phone flat, stands that enable you to prop your phone up, or multi-device chargers that’ll juice up other devices such as your Apple Watch or AirPods in addition to your iPhone. But not all iPhones support wireless charging, so let’s take a look at the ones that do. Read More »


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Google’s Mid-Range Pixel Gets a Deep Discount

Google’s Pixel 7 smartphone hit the shelves earlier this month, but if you’re not looking for a high-end phone a cheaper option is available. The mid-range Google Pixel 6A is available at both Amazon and Best Buy for 33% less than its sticker price. Read More »




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Buy Nothing’s Ear 1 Earbuds Today to Avoid a $50 Price Hike

If you were waiting to purchase the Ear 1 wireless earbuds from Nothing, now is the time to take action. The company’s CEO, Carl Pei, took to Twitter this morning to announce that the price of the in-ear headphones will go up 50% on October 26th. Read More »

The New Wyze Cam v3 Pro Gives You a Closer Look at Your Guests

Available today, the Wyze Cam v3 Pro packs a ton of neat improvements and new features. It captures video at an upgraded 2K resolution, supports Full-Color Night vision, and has an integrated spotlight. Plus, there’s a weird new feature called “Smart Focus” that gives you a better look at guests. Read More »

Why You Should Be Scheduling Your Emails

Do you always respond to emails right away? Or do you let them pile up? Scheduling your outgoing messages is a great way to ensure your inbox doesn’t get the best of you. Learn more about the benefits of scheduling your emails here. Read More »

Serious About Lowering Your Electric Bill? You Need a Watt Meter

If rising energy prices have you wincing when it comes time to pay your electric bill, you might be interested in investigating how much power all the gadgets and appliances in your home use. For that, you need a watt meter. Read More »

Victrola Revolution GO Review: Fun, but Not as Portable as a Bluetooth Speaker

Portable record players are nothing new. You’ll find plenty of suitcase-style turntables, but they’re all missing something: a speaker. The Victrola Revolution GO is a truly portable turntable, as it includes a built-in speaker and a battery to let you listen to vinyl records anywhere. Read More »

The Best Apple AirPods Pro Accessories of 2022

Apple’s AirPods Pro are a premium experience at a premium price. Protect your earbuds and get the best experience from them with these accessories, from durable cases and cleaners to charging docks and new ear tips. Read More »

The Galaxy Watch 5 Is a Better Pixel Watch

Samsung phones are great, but they’re overloaded with features—Google Pixel phones offer a better Android experience for most people. However, I can’t say the same about the Pixel Watch. Samsung out-Googled Google this time. Read More »

Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Oct. 24, 2022

If you were looking for variety in your Netflix viewing this week, the streaming service is giving it to you. From comedy specials to horror films to crime thrillers, there’s plenty coming the week of Oct. 24, 2022. Read More »

Why Is Texting in no caps So Trendy?

Whenever we notice someone texting or emailing in all lowercase letters, some react as if this is the most casual badass to ever grace these parts. They must be texting while jumping their flaming motorcycle over a pool of piranhas with a cigarette in their mouth and a wink for all the cheering ladies in the crowd. Read More »


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