Hardware quick look and test setup

Over the last year, I have researched solar power options for my house and road trips. When you jump in, you discover you will need solar panels, batteries, PWM or MPPT controllers, inverters, and other components. Once you get all

Cybersecurity experts weigh in on the Uber hack

The Uber hack has been a big news story this weekend as the company suffered a systems breach even extending to internal tools such as Slack. The hacker used the company’s Slack account to show employees adult images, and employees

Web3 offers hope for the future of work

The evolution of the world wide web (Web3 incoming) has been quick in terms of general life-altering developments in human existence, but actually quite slow regarding how quickly technology has typically come to advance.

The first version of the web,

Canon announces the SELPHY CP1500 photo printer

While their use has been significantly dropped, the use of physical photos is far from dead. We’ve moved into a digital world, and the physical picture has been pushed to the back seat. But a large portion of users still

How to keep your network secure while gaming

Online gaming is the most popular new hobby that pits gamers versus gamers in action-packed battles! Every day, there are millions of gaming sessions happening in the world, with plenty of them staged live over the internet. New internet technologies

[VIDEO] EcoFlow announces a new modular power solution for off-grid living

Off-grid living isn’t new; people have been doing it for years. But the past few years have made people seek alternative lifestyles, and off-grid living is one of them. The ultimate off-grid living situation would involve no tech, no power,

Here are our Best of IFA 2022 picks

IFA 2022 is just about over, and we covered what we could remotely. We did have two of our guys on the ground in Berlin searching for tech that we could consider for our Best of IFA 2022 awards. We’re

See what’s new on Crackle in September 2022

September 2022 is almost here, which means new content will be playing on Crackle. Crackle is a free ad-supported streaming service available on various devices, from Smart TVs to smartphones. What are you doing this month? It’s time to see

Razer’s Intel Gamer Days promotion offers big discounts on laptops, peripherals

Intel Gamer Days are back and Razer is offering up some pretty decent discounts on its Razer Blade gaming laptops and peripherals. In addition, gamers can score a games bundle, including the brand new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II,

The best way to survive a blackout, that includes the BLUETTI AC500

BLUETTI is about to announce the second technology of its modular energy station, the AC500. The corporate is releasing this unit in response to the rising demand for energy independence and addressing the blackout points in lots of areas of