10 Most Affordable Electric Cars and Trucks Coming in 2023

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November 8, 2022

Electric Vehicles are a lot more expensive than conventional internal combustion engine automobiles. The most-often-quoted price is $65,000. If you don’t have that kind of scratch but still want to move into the future of electric transport, then our top story is for you. Our man on the EV beat, Cory Gunther, shows you 10 of the most affordable electric vehicles out there, and details which ones have tax credits available to save even more money.

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Self-repair site iFixit now sells genuine Pixel 6a parts.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY 10 Most Affordable Electric Cars and Trucks Coming in 2023


Electric vehicle buyers will have plenty to choose from over the next few years, with 100+ EV models hitting showroom floors. New cars and trucks are coming in all shapes, sizes, and price points, and here are some of the most affordable electric vehicles coming in 2023. Read More »

 
Everything You Need To Start Live Game Streaming


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Nanoleaf Lines Squared Review: More of the Same, but That’s Not a Bad Thing


Nanoleaf has expanded its Lines range with a kit that can connect at 90 degree angles. Now instead of diamonds, triangles, and rhombuses, LED lighting enthusiasts can make squares and rectangles. This may not sound too exciting, but trust me Lines Squared are great. 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 »

 
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You don’t need a fancy new car to get the luxury of heated seats this cold wintery season. While there are expensive heating elements you can install inside your existing seat, no one wants to mess with taking things apart and splicing wires.

Instead, get this soft, comfortable, velour and polyester car seat cushion with built-in heating. It straps over any existing car seat, plugs into the 12V cigarette DC port, and has two different heat settings. Get one today and stay warm and cozy during your winter travels.

 
Apple Killed a YouTube Channel for Showing Too Much Apple


Apple has had a fan-owned YouTube Channel dedicated to archiving its previous developers conferences closed down. The company used copyright claims to take down the channel, which was named “Apple WWDC Videos.” Read More »

 
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Matter, The Great Universal Smart Home Standard, Is Already Fragmented


I spent a week in Amsterdam hearing from the biggest players in the smart home field. All of them tried to sell me on Matter, the new protocol poised to unify smart home technology and fix all the problems we’ve come to hate. And I’m sorry to say, I left bitterly disappointed. Read More »

 
Samsung’s New “Back Tap” Gesture Gives You a New Way to Control Your Phone


If you own a phone made by Apple or Google, you can enable “back taps,” allowing you to launch apps, take screenshots, and more just by tapping the back of your device. Today, Samsung added this ability to its devices with a new Good Lock app module. Read More »

 
iFixit Now Sells Genuine Pixel 6a Parts


Earlier this year, Google and iFixit teamed up to sell genuine replacement parts for new and old Pixel phones. These authentic parts allow you to fix your Pixel phone at home, without the servicing fees of a repair shop. And now, iFixit offers genuine parts for the Pixel 6a. Read More »

 
New ‘Stranger Things’ VR Game Will Let You Take on Eleven


The innovative game developers at Tender Claws have teamed up with Netflix to release a Stranger Things VR game late next year. The two companies confirmed the news at Stranger Things Days 2022. Read More »

 

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Nanoleaf Turns a Corner With Its Lines Series


Nanoleaf is expanding its lines series of modular backlit bars. While you had plenty of design options with the company’s original lines series, which clipped together at 60 degree angles, you might have been frustrated by your inability to make a square. Well, now you can. Read More »

 

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Sonos Beam (Gen 2) Review: A Fantastic Soundbar for Movies and Music


Soundbars have come a long way. While they started off as barely providing better sound than your TV speakers, now they support surround sound and even Dolby Atmos. Sonos is ready for the challenge, upping the game on its compact soundbar, the second-generation Sonos Beam. Read More »

 
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Do You Really Want a Smart Mirror in Your Bathroom?


It’s safe to say that people who purchase smart mirrors generally like looking at themselves since they’re using a product that — because it has features — extends the amount of time you look in the mirror. Snow White probably would have died in front of her reflection like Narcissus if she had one of these. Read More »

 
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Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Nov. 7, 2022


Christmas has come to Netflix, but if you’re not quite in the holiday spirit yet, don’t worry. As usual, the streaming service is bringing a plethora of new content to your home this week. Read More »

 
 

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