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In 2015, Amazon released Bookerly, a brand new serif font designed to decrease eyestrain and increase reading speed on their Kindle devices. Booklery replaced Caecilia, a font that is now over 30 years old, as the default Kindle font.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY The 5 Best To-Do List Apps of 2022

Are you still writing your to-do list? If so, you may find that a to-do list app makes managing your tasks easier. However, with so many apps out there, which do you choose? Here’s our list of the best task management apps for 2022. Read More »

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An Electric Toothbrush Perfect for Travel

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That’s where the Philips One comes in. This toothbrush is only slightly thicker than a standard toothbrush, but it offers micro vibrations so you can still get that deep clean. This makes it perfect for traveling—just pack it and go!

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T-Mobile’s 5G Now Doesn’t Always Need LTE

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The Best Internal Hard Drives of 2022

While solid state drives are constantly getting cheaper, those in the low price range still haven’t broken the four-terabyte barrier. More importantly, if you don’t need high-speed SSD storage, such as for AAA gaming or editing, hard disc drives are a cheaper option that will serve you just as well. Read More »

MobyFox: Smartwatch Bands for Pop Culture Fans

Check out these officially licensed smartwatch bands from MobyFox, which offers a variety of options from pop culture franchises like Star Wars, Disney, Marvel, Game of Thrones, MLB, and more! If you're a pop culture geek who loves to rep their favorite characters, shows, and movies on their wrist, you can bet there is something for everyone at MobyFox.
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Wyze’s New Wi-Fi 6 and 6E Mesh Routers Take Aim At Eero

There are many different choices for a mesh Wi-Fi router, from Amazon-owned Eero to Google Wifi. Wyze, the smart home company best known for its affordable security cameras, is now throwing its hat into the ring. Read More »

4 Benefits of Running Your Monitor Above Native Resolution

You may have noticed that your computer allows you to select a resolution higher than the resolution of your monitor. This may beĀ counterintuitiveĀ at first, since your screen can’t show that extra detail, so why do it? Here’s where going beyond your native resolution brings rewards. Read More »

USB vs. XLR Mic: Which Should You Buy?

A good microphone is essential when recording audio. As you shop for your microphone, you’ve probably seen USB mics and XLR mics. So what’s the difference between them, and which is best for your recording needs? Read More »

How Many Peanuts Are in a Jar of Peanut Butter?

Peanut butter is a staple in many kitchens thanks to its near-endless possibilities. From peanut butter sandwiches to peanut sauces on stir-fry. But have you ever wondered how many peanuts it takes to make a jar of peanut butter? Read More »

T-Mobile Samsara Un-carrier On Smart Suitcase Review: A Bright PR Grab

T-Mobile teamed up with Samsara to create “The Un-carrier On,” a smart carry-on it’s claiming is “the smartest” of bags. Unfortunately, this bright magenta smart suitcase feels like an indulgent PR stunt and is also quite expensive at $325. Read More »

8 Best Exercises to Tone Your Back Muscles

Strengthening your back muscles improves your posture and keeps your spine healthy and functional for years to come. Don’t neglect these big muscle groups as they’re here to support all other exercises and help you perform them properly. Read More »

Can Cold Weather Give You a Cold?

As children, we are taught that failing to properly bundle up for the cold weather is a surefire way of catching a cold. But is there a connection between cold weather and catching a virus? Read More »

What’s New in Fedora 37, Available Now

After multiple delays, Fedora 37 was officially released on November 15, 2022.Ā Here’s a preview of what to expect from the latest release of thisĀ uber-stable Linux distribution. Read More »


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1MORE Aero Review: Affordable True Wireless Earbuds With Spatial Audio

Thanks to Dolby Atmos and products like Apple’s AirPods Pro, spatial audio is becoming a major player when it comes to headphones and earbuds. The 1MORE Aero True Wireless Earbuds represent this company’s attempt at bringing spatial audio to the masses at an affordable price. Read More »




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Hulu Live TV Is Adding 14 More Channels, Including Hallmark

Hulu might be best known as a regular streaming service with movies and TV shows, but it also has a live TV subscription, similar to YouTube TV or cable service. More channels are now being added to Hulu Live TV, including The Weather Channel and some Hallmark networks. Read More »

These Inexpensive LEDs Will Light Up Dim Spaces in Your Home

Almost everybody has a spot somewhere in their home that isn’t as brightly lit as they’d like. With LEDs cheaper than ever, there’s no time like the present to light the place up like a stadium. From shop lights to can light retrofits, here are our favorite upgrades. Read More »

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