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The Best Bluetooth Trackers of 2022

Nobody likes losing their items, which is why there’s a large market for Bluetooth trackers. These handy little gadgets can help you keep track of almost anything. Which one is the best? We have a few recommendations….

M1 and M2 Macs Are Emulation Powerhouses

Whether you have an Apple Silicon Mac or are thinking of buying one, you should know that Apple’s new processors are great for emulation purposes. Whether it’s modern 3D consoles or 2D classics, the sheer quantity of native A…

Did You Know?

In 2011, former President Bill Clinton was a guest on the NPR show Wait, Wait… Don’t Tell Me!; the hosts tried to stump him with trivia questions about My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, but the former Commander-in-Chief proved to be quite an aficionado of the show and answered the questions with ease.

The Best QLED TVs of 2022

QLED TVs promise to offer fantastic picture quality, but in a market full of televisions with quantum dot technology, it can be hard to choose the best. To help, we have handpicked the best QLED TVs you can buy….

Did You Know?

Before it was destroyed at the end of February 2022, the cargo hold of the world’s largest cargo plane, the Antonov An-225 Mriya, was 142 feet 2 inches (43.35 meters) in length—22 feet 2 inches (6.76 meters) longer than the first successful powered flight conducted by the Wright Brothers in 1903.

The Best Computer Monitors of 2022

There’s nothing quite like the extra screen real estate that a full-sized monitor provides. Even if you’re used to working on a laptop, you’ll be surprised how much more work you can get done on a larger display. Here are our…
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