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November 23, 2021

Here we are again with the Chevy Bolt, which should be one of the most accessible electric vehicles on the market. Sure it doesn’t have a frunk or access to the Tesla Supercharging network, but you could actually get it for around $30,000. That’s something Telsa promised and never delivered.

But alas, all of this is past tense due to those pesky battery fires. And on that front, there’s good news and bad news. The good news is for anyone who owns a Chevy Bolt. The bad news is for anyone who would like to buy a Chevy Bolt. Hit the top story for details.

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GM’s Chevy Bolt Production Delay Goes From Bad to Worse


This week we received both good news and bad news from GM, depending on which side of the situation you’re on. The company confirmed that production of the new Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV vehicles will remain down, with production entirely halted until sometime in 2022. So if you were looking to get a new 2022 Bolt, you might be waiting a while. Read More »

 
Your Pixel 6’s “At a Glance” Widget Is About to Get Even Smarter


One of the Pixel 6’s best exclusive features is the upgraded At a Glance widget, which shows current weather info, boarding passes, commute times, and other important information on your lockscreen. But Google could push the Pixel 6’s At a Glance widget even further with a future update. Read More »

 
Black Friday 2021: The Best Computer Accessory Deals


Mice and keyboards are some of the most overlooked gifts of all time, which may explain why they’re so cheap this Black Friday. Manufacturers are running crazy sales on mechanical keyboards, cozy ergonomic mice, and all other computer accessories. So whether you’re preparing for the holidays or upgrading your PC setup, here are the best Black Friday deals on computer accessories. Read More »

 
Insta360 Update Makes It Easier to Edit and Transfer Action Cam Footage


Nobody wants to spend all their time fiddling with action cam footage. That’s why the latest Insta360 Studio app update includes a new Snap Wizard re-framing tool, plus stabilization improvements for some cameras. Insta360 is also launching a new Quick Reader accessory that lets you quickly transfer tiles from your ONE R and ONE X2 action cams to a phone, computer, or SD card. Read More »

 
YouTube TV App Stops Working on Roku, and This Time It’s an Accident


Over the last week, dozens of Roku users have complained that the YouTube TV app keeps freezing on their streaming stick or smart TV. But this problem seems unrelated to Roku and Google’s ongoing dispute—instead, a recent software update or server-side bug may be to blame. Read More »

 
STUFF WE LIKE With an Ultralight Pack, Your Gear Won’t Weigh You Down While You Travel
With an Ultralight Pack, Your Gear Won’t Weigh You Down While You Travel

A backpack is the perfect accessory for commuters, students, and anyone packing light on vacation. You don’t always need to choose a bulky heavy-duty bag, though; ultralight bags are a great way to store all of your gear and travel a little lighter. This 18-liter bag from Osprey has a dual-zippered main compartment, a stretch mesh side pocket for your water bottle, and features a top zippered pocket for easy access to your gear. It comes in a variety of colors, has a nylon ripstop design, and you can even stuff it into its own super compact built-in pocket for easy storage.

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Black Friday 2021: The Best Laptop and Desktop Deals


Black Friday is finally here, and computer manufacturers are going absolutely bonkers with the deals. There’s never been a better time to buy a laptop, a desktop PC, a Chromebook, or even a Mac. But you’re not here for banter, so without further ado, here are the best Black Friday 2021 deals on laptop and desktop computers. Read More »

 

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Our Favorite Deals from Walmart's 2021 Black Friday Sale


If there are still a few more people on your list who need Christmas presents, Black Friday sales are a great opportunity to wrap up your shopping. The deals are starting sooner than you think this year. Read More »

 
 

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