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The best Chromebooks for kids, from grade school to college

The assumption that Chromebooks are kids' laptops makes sense. They're typically smaller and lighter than traditional laptops, and often hold up better against drops or spills. They usually don't have fast processors, 4K screens, or many other high-end specs that kids just don't need, which slashes the price big time. For budget-conscious families,...

Blanket your home in better WiFi with mesh systems on sale

If you frequently suffer from a poor internet connection during virtual meetings, it may be time to consider a WiFi mesh network. Mesh systems are designed to blanket your home in WiFi, extending your wireless coverage by sharing the network across multiple devices. If you have a large home, an old home, or one with an unusual layout, you may encounter...

So your kid needs a laptop — here are the best options

The learning experience is fundamentally different for kids now than it was even for today's 20-somethings — especially for elementary and middle schools. A lot of that change can be attributed to laptops.The Covid-induced school closures that spanned 2020 cemented the cruciality of a kid having easy access to a laptop at home. Both teachers and parents...

Mars helicopter zooms past its first mile marker during 10th flight

After 10 successful flights on Mars, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has now covered more than a mile in the Martian air.Ingenuity's 10th flight on Saturday saw the four-pound drone scouting over an area of scientific interest called the Raised Ridges, covering a distance of about 310 feet in a little under three minutes. Along with hitting a record-setting...

Apple's iPhone 14 Pro might come with a titanium body

Next year, some iPhone models might get sturdier than ever before. According to a report by JP Morgan Chase (via MacRumors), Apple plans to equip the Pro models in its iPhone 14 series of devices — likely coming next year — with a titanium alloy chassis. This would be a first for the iPhone; previously Apple used aluminum and stainless steel for the...

Switch effortlessly from studying to gaming with the right tech for college life

Getting your head around a new semester is all about using your time and resources wisely. Cutting-edge gaming tech can power your downtime at school, but it can also help you speed through your classwork. To find that perfect balance, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series laptops are powerhouses for keeping up with intense games, handling demanding school apps,...

Non-writers can create killer copy with the help of Writesonic’s AI-based software

TL;DR: Writesonic will become your new favorite copywriting tool, and as of July 26, get a lifetime subscription for only $69.99 — a 98% discount.Let’s face it. Not everyone was born to be a writer. And if you’re one of the many who can’t arrange words into eloquent segments, you’ve likely already made your peace with it. Unfortunately, that doesn’t...

Save 91% on a bundle deal that includes a private phone line and a VPN

TL;DR: The Lifetime Mobile Privacy and Security Subscription Bundle is on sale for £21.81 as of July 26, saving you 91% on list price.For a limited time, you can get a Hushed Private Phone Line and a lifetime subscription to KeepSolid VPN bundled together for just £21.81.The Hushed Private Phone Line lets you set up a second secure phone number while...

The future of sports? There's a robot sinking basketballs at the Tokyo Olympics.

Just a little preview of our robot overlord-ruled dystopian future to darken your Sunday.The Tokyo Olympics are in full swing, as anyone who has the ability to set the TV channel to NBC is no doubt aware. And while the biennial showdown between world-class athletes and the nations they represent is entirely a celebration of human excellence, in 2021...

YouTube is more likely to serve problematic videos than useful ones, study (and common sense) finds

Here's a study supported by the objective reality that many of us experience already on YouTube.The streaming video company's recommendation algorithm can sometimes send you on an hours-long video binge so captivating that you never notice the time passing. But according to a study from software nonprofit Mozilla Foundation, trusting the algorithm means...

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