Archive for March, 2018


Answer your doorbell from anywhere with Ring’s $199 Video Doorbell Pro

Ding dong, who’s there?!

Ring’s popular Video Doorbell Prp is back down to just $ 199 at both Amazon and B&H for a limited time. This doorbell normally sells for around $ 250.

Keep in mind, to use the Video Doorbell Pro properly you will need to have an existing hardwired doorbell in the place you want to install this one. Installation is super simple and only takes a few minutes once you get started. Ring includes  [Read More…]

Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

What’s the best screen protector for the Galaxy Tab S3?

If you’re going to bother getting a screen protector for your Galaxy Tab S3, then you’ll want to go with tempered glass. If it cracks or chips, it won’t turn into sharp, scratchy shards of death; it’ll become blunt bits, so your screen will stay pristine. That being said, tempered glass is very strong, so you’d be hard-pressed to mess it up without much force.

Here are  [Read More…]

3 Vero features that Facebook and Instagram should steal

While Vero may or may not have lasting power, the app has some worthwhile features that Facebook should poach.

It’s been about a month since Vero – True Social burst into public consciousness as the hip new social media platform and… so far, it hasn’t really lived up to the hype.

If you’re one of over a million people who signed up for Vero in the past month you may be, like me, enjoying the design of  [Read More…]

How to fix PlayStation 4 controller jitters

PS4 controller got the jitters? Here are some things to try.

One of the most important elements of gaming is your controller. The controller is your entry point to whatever world you are choosing to inhabit. If you are having problems with your controller then you are going to have problems in your game. There is nothing quite as frustrating as knowing what you want to do but not being able to achieve it because there is  [Read More…]

The best Galaxy S9 features you might’ve missed

The day has arrived: the Samsung Galaxy S9 is finally, officially on the market. As you already know if you’ve checked out the full Android Central review, the Galaxy S9 is an excellent smartphone. The thing is, it’s also similar enough to its predecessor in appearance that you may be deceived into thinking there’s not much new here. But unless you’re upgrading from something super-recent like a Galaxy S8, there’s actually a ton of updates to uncover,  [Read More…]

Time to bust out your old NES/SNES cartridges with the $30 Hyperkin RetroN 2 gaming console

Go retro today.

The Hyperkin RetroN 2 Gaming Console for SNES/NES is down to $ 29.54 on Amazon. That price is the lowest it has ever been despite some recent fluctuations. It normally sells around $ 44 and has even gone as high as $ 48.

This is not a gaming emulator like those Raspberry Pi kits we’ve shared or the classic consoles Nintendo has released over the last couple years. This is hardware designed to play  [Read More…]

PlayStation Aim controller: Everything you can do!

This is your rifle. There are many like it, but this one is yours.

The PlayStation Aim controller was built to bring a new layer of immersion to PlayStation VR games where you’re shooting anything that moves, but it’s good for much more than feeling like a gun when you can’t see the real world.

It’s got the functionality of a DualShock controller in an entirely new format, and we have the details on everything it can  [Read More…]

Subway Surfers is the first game to hit 1 billion downloads on the Play Store

The game still has 20 million daily players.

Endless running games are a dime-a-dozen nowadays, but one of the oldest and most iconic is Subway Surfers. Subway Surfers was first released on the Google Play Store in May of 2012, and on March 15, 2018, developers SYBO and Kiloo announced that it’s the first game to cross 1 billion downloads on the Play Store.

Per Jacob Møller, CEO of Killo –

We are thrilled to be the  [Read More…]

This 10-course bundle may be your ticket to a six-figure career in Project Management

You’ve been thinking about getting a new certification to move you ahead at work; in fact, it’s been on your to-do list for a long time. Being a Project Manager is the ultimate goal, and you know you’d be perfect for the job with the right certification. With tuition costs that seem to climb with every passing year and limited free time on your hands, how are you supposed to attend classes and afford any kind of certification? Project Management  [Read More…]

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these wallpapers, and a pint

Go green with your phone, not your face, with these St. Paddy’s Day wallpapers!

St. Patrick’s Day is coming, and while as adults St. Paddy’s means a whole lot of drinking and some sweet parades, as children our first introduction to the holiday consisted of unsuspecting kiddies being ganged up on and pinched for not wearing green on a seemingly random day in March. Well, not wearing green on your shirt doesn’t mean you deserve to get  [Read More…]