Nick Gray

Editor in Chief

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OnePlus Nord N200 Review: 5G simply isn’t enough

Jun 23rd - It hasn’t quite been a year yet since OnePlus stepped into the mid-range and budget smartphone segments, but the company is already ramping up the number of devices for budget-conscious fans. The latest device from OnePlus to hit the US market is the $240 OnePlus Nord N200.Any true OnePlus fan would likely not even give …

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Save $180 on the ECOFLOW RIVER Max portable power station

Jun 21st - The ECOFLOW RIVER Max portable power station is one of the best solar generators in the market. As such, it usually comes with a pretty hefty price tag, but thanks to Amazon’s Prime Day discount you can now save $180 when you pick one up!If you’re not familiar with the ECOFLOW RIVER Max, think of …

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ZTE Axon 30 Ultra review: finding that perfect balance

Jun 15th - With so many smartphones out there offering pretty similar designs and specs, it’s becoming harder and harder to make the “right” choice when buying a new device. That’s not to say that we’re getting inundated with phones that aren’t worth buying, but if you’re like me, you never want to make the wrong decision when …

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Screw Prime Day — the Samsung Galaxy A52 is 25% off already!

Jun 15th - Samsung’s been on a roll this year with its smartphone releases. The Galaxy S21 series of phones are great, but if you’re looking for a new device that’s not gonna break the bank, the Galaxy A52 is the way to go. Typically priced at $499, the Samsung Galaxy A52 is currently on sale for $375 …

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Incredible deal: Save up to $996 on Bluetti’s lithium Power Stations

Jun 7th - Amazon’s Prime day isn’t quite here yet, but Bluetti is already offering an incredible Summer Super Sale on nearly all of its solar generator power banks that promise to keep all your devices charged and powered on for days!Bluetti’s products aren’t exactly cheap, but the sale is offering $100 Amazon discount coupons on their most …

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Govee Glow H6050 smart lamp review: light and color with a touch of elegance

Jun 2nd - At this point, I’m sure we’re all pretty familiar with smart LED light bulbs and LED strips that can be used for regular or accented lighting around our homes. Since the technology has become pretty commonplace, some brands have started branching out with more stylized LED lighting products like programmable LED wall panels and decorative …

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Twitter Verification Requests are open again, here’s how to apply

Jun 2nd - Twitter Verification is back… again.After flipping the switch on and off again last month, Twitter is now accepting new verification requests through its app and website for those who are interested in getting the little blue checkmark featured next to their profile name.On the official Twitter Verification help page, the company states that applications should …

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Nokia X20 joins the Android 12 bandwagon with full consumer rollout promised for Q3

May 20th - Despite not being listed on the official Android 12 Beta site during this week’s Google I/O, HMD Global has just announced that the new Nokia X20 will be participating in the Android 12 Beta program.“We’re extremely excited to announce, due to our close partnership with Google, that we will soon be able to offer access …

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IFA 2021 tradeshow canceled due to COVID-19 uncertainty

May 19th - IFA 2021 has been canceled. While some parts of the world appear to be returning to normal, COVID-19 is still breaking havoc with the emergence of new mutations and the slow rollout of the vaccine. IFA 2021 was expected to be the first big in-person tradeshow for the tech industry, originally scheduled for the first week …

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Google’s “more inclusive camera” project promises better photos for people of color

May 18th - Going all the way back to film photography, cameras have not been fine-tuned to deliver the best photos possible for people of color. Over the years, this issue has improved with digital photography that allows the photographer to fine-tune a camera’s settings with correct exposure and white balance, but smartphone cameras have still lagged behind …