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How to buy a gaming keyboard

When you build a gaming rig, you're going to find yourself talking a lot about numbers. Higher and bigger are generally better, especially when it comes to stuf... → Read More

Can the Peleton formula work for weight training?

I've been going to the gym regularly for a few years now, but mostly to spend some time on the elliptical and stationary bike. There are free weights but I've a... → Read More

The new iPad Pro vs. the competition: Working hard

The new iPad Pro is pretty snazzy, but you could also get a Pixel Slate or Surface Pro 6 instead. → Read More

The new MacBook Air vs. the competition: Retina display and more

It's been a while since we've seen a new MacBook Air, and this year's model has been given some serious attention. It's now packing a Retina Display and a more... → Read More

Genre fans are getting milked by streaming services

Like Thanos at the end of Infinity War, Marvel has culled some of its Netflix universe, cancelling both Iron Fist and Luke Cage in the past few weeks. That leav... → Read More

Pixel Slate vs. the competition: Get some work done

Google's new Pixel Slate is the company's first tablet in years, and it's packing in Chrome OS to make you more productive. → Read More

Pixel 3 XL vs. the competition: Beyond the notch

The Pixel 3 XL leaked like crazy before Google's official announcement, but there were still some crucial details left that we got a closer look at today. → Read More

Pixel 3 vs. the competition: Under the surface

It's October, which means we finally get an official look at Google's big phone release for 2018. The Pixel 3 may look plain on the outside, but it's packed wit... → Read More

Surface Pro 6 vs. the competition: More than just portability

Last year's Surface Pro was a satisfying, if unambitious entry to Microsoft's brand of hybrid laptops. With its sixth iteration, the line is offering a load of... → Read More

Surface Laptop 2 vs. the competition: Power and price

The new Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 will need a lot more than just good looks to stand out. → Read More

The Freewrite Traveler lets authors battle writer’s block outside

Many authors can attest that writing isn't as simple as just sitting down at a computer and typing. A typical day might go more like this: Check email, look at... → Read More

xArm looks like a 1950s sci-fi robot, and works like one too

For the most part, robot arms are something we see only in factories -- or, you know, in dopey sci-fi cartoons. They're not something we'd encounter in ou... → Read More

New 'Splatoon 2' gear adds exploding spray paint to your arsenal

The new 'Splatoon 2' update has got some explosive new weaponry you can snag tonight. → Read More

The iPhone Xs Max vs. the competition: A huge step up in size

The iPhone Xs Max isn't just big for an iPhone. It's huge for a phone, period. → Read More

The iPhone Xs vs. the competition: It's all about the cameras

It's time for a new flagship iPhone, and while the "s" in its name usually means no drastic changes on the outside, there are quite a few souped-up features in... → Read More

Comparing the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr

The iPhone XS, Xs Max and Xr are all pretty impressive, but how do they compare to each other? → Read More

The Das Keyboard 5Q's fingertip notifications aren't that useful

The Das Keyboard 5Q promised to deliver notifications to your fingertips but it's a bit lacking right now. → Read More

Mattel's new robot is a pet dinosaur that won't try to eat you

Mattel's new 'Jurassic World' robot is a pet dinosaur that only pretends to be dangerous. → Read More

The Sony Xperia XZ3 vs. the XZ2: What's changed?

The Xperia XZ3 might not look that different from its predecessor, but there are some changes if you look closely enough. → Read More

Lego's new toy train is a STEM tool for preschoolers

Lego's new Coding Express is a super cute way to teach your toddler basic programming concepts. → Read More