Category: Technology

Tim Cook says he owns cryptocurrency

Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed that he has invested his personal money in cryptocurrency during a discussion today at the New York Times’ Dealbook conference. “I think it’s reasonable to own it as part of a diversified portfolio,” the CEO said during a conversation with Andrew Ross Sorkin. “I’m not giving anyone investment advice, […]

The new Wyze Cam Floodlight offers a big field of view for a small price

Wyze, the brand that’s known for its budget-friendly line of smart home products, has just introduced a new affordable security device to its ecosystem: the Wyze Cam Floodlight. The wired Wyze Cam Floodlight sits at a price of $84.99 (plus $14.99 for shipping), which is quite a bit lower when compared to other floodlight cams […]

Google’s Nest Hub gets more sleep tracking features

Google’s second-gen Nest Hub already comes with the ability to help you track your sleep pattern, thanks to its Soli-powered Sleep Sensing feature, but now Google is rolling out an update that should help you get a more detailed look at the quality of your slumber. According an announcement post on the company’s Keyword blog, […]

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces try to make it easier to get apps ready for augmented reality

While a lot of talk about the metaverse has focused on virtual reality experiences that use a VR headset to put people in digital environments, other approaches use augmented reality (AR) or mixed reality (XR) to blend digital and physical elements. Today at the Augmented World Expo, Qualcomm is revealing its Snapdragon Spaces XR Developer […]

Logitech’s latest keyboard and mouse are cute, colorful, and ready for TikTok

Logitech has a trio of colorful new peripherals coming to the US this month: a $99.99 Pop Keys keyboard, a $39.99 Pop Mouse, and a $19.99 Desk Mat. In contrast with Logitech’s usual sensibly styled and office-appropriate peripherals, these Studio Series devices are bright and cutesy. They’re each available in three color-coordinate schemes: yellow and […] wants to remake the search engine

Google Search organizes the way billions of people think about facts and data, and for years, it’s been organized around a principle dubbed “one true answer”: the idea that most people are looking for something best answered by a succinct factual snippet. But that’s not the only way people might navigate the web, and today, […]

Peloton takes on strength training with its $495 Guide camera system, coming in 2022

Peloton is moving into strength training with its latest product, the Peloton Guide, a TV-connected camera that can display workouts and track your movements in real time to help make sure you’re doing things properly. Peloton Guide is also the company’s cheapest product yet, set to cost $495 at launch in “early 2022” for a […]