Wi-Fi 6E: What Is It, and How Is It Different From Wi-Fi 6?

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The sound of a whip cracking is a mini sonic boom. The loop traveling along the length of the whip continues to gain speed until it reaches the speed of sound and breaks the sound barrier.

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The sound of a whip cracking is a mini sonic boom. The loop traveling along the length of the whip continues to gain speed until it reaches the speed of sound and breaks the sound barrier.

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Regular key rings are old news. Who likes fumbling with an annoying metal circle when it’s time to get your car serviced or swap out old home keys for new ones? Probably very few. The Orbitkey Ring V2 makes sure that isn’t an issue.

The Orbitkey’s lock is a simple improvement that will leave you asking, “why didn’t I think of that?” Made entirely of stainless steel, the 10-key ring keeps your keys safe and secure, and a twist of the lock gives you access at a moment’s notice. Not sold yet? Check out LifeSavvy’s review of the keyring!

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Fixing blurry photos or low-resolution images isn’t the impossible task it used to be. Access to photo editors and tools that use artificial intelligence means your chances of success are better than they once were, and as the tech improves things are only going to get better. Read More »

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT PSA: You Can Email Books and Documents to Your Kindle

Have a book from outside the Amazon ecosystem and want to read it on your Kindle? Forget sideloading with an app or tethering with a USB cable. You can just email it right to your Kindle. Read More »

Samsung’s New OLED Monitor Is Huge and Ultrawide

We’ve seen some wild monitors pop up over the past few months, and now, Samsung is giving us yet another option. The Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 is now available to purchase, and it’s an impressive display. Read More »

How to Watch the 2023 Super Bowl LVII Without Cable

In Super Bowl LVII, the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles, at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium, starting at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT on February 12, 2023. Here are seven different ways you can stream this year’s Super Bowl live without cable. Read More »

The Best Laptops of 2023

Phones and tablets are great, but laptops are the original portable computers. A laptop can serve you well at a desk, too, transforming into a desktop PC when you dock it with an external monitor and peripherals. Here are the best laptops you can buy right now. Read More »

The Best Raspberry Pi Kits of 2023

Want to build an affordable computer and wondering where to start? A Raspberry Pi kit can save you the hassle of buying components separately and then figuring out whether everything is compatible. But which kit should you pick up? Here are our recommendations. Read More »

How to Keep Kindle Library Books Past Their Due Date

One of the best features of Amazon Kindle eReaders is the ability to borrow library books. However, just like physical books from a library, they come with return dates. We’ll show you how to keep them past the due date. Read More »

How to Test the Power Supply Unit (PSU) in Your PC

Experiencing computer problems? They could be caused by a failing (or outright fried) power supply unit. Here are some signs your PC’s PSU hardware is the problem—and three ways to test the PSU to see if it’s still working properly. Read More »

Which Uses More Gas: Open Windows or AC?

You’re driving your car on a hot summer day. There are two options to stay cool—put the windows down and enjoy the breeze or turn on the air conditioning. Which one is better for fuel efficiency? Let’s find out. Read More »

How to Get a “My Computer” Icon on the Desktop in Windows 10

The My Computer icon was a fixture on Windows desktops for decades, but it was removed and renamed with the introduction of Windows 10. Now properly called “This PC,” the icon must be added back manually. Here’s how to get the This PC icon on your desktop. Read More »

This Viral Office Accessory Means No More Cold Feet

Have you ever felt like a cubicle-shaped ice cube at the office? Your feet are frozen, and you just want to ask someone to turn down the air conditioning! A recently viral heated foot mat is the answer to your problems. Read More »

Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Feb. 6, 2023

February is in full swing, and Netflix is giving you the romance-themed content you might be craving—but it might not be in the way you expect. Read More »


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