David Cogen

Android O Launcher on S8

How to Get the New Android O Launcher

Even if you don’t have a Pixel or Nexus and have access to the Android O Beta, you might still be able to get the new launcher to try that […]

Android O

How to Get Android O Beta on a Nexus or Pixel

If you’re feeling a bit impatient, and can’t wait to start messing around with Android O and happen to have a Pixel or Nexus phone, then you’re in luck. Google […]

DJI Spark vs DJI Mavic Pro

DJI Announces the Spark Drone (& It Makes the Tiny Mavic Pro Look Huge)

After DJI announced the Mavic Pro less than 6 months ago, people went nuts. How can a high-quality drone be so tiny?! The drone was praised on nearly every outlet […]

Nintendo Switch and Razer Ripsaw (2)

How to Live Stream Nintendo Switch Games (Complete Guide)(Video)

Video game streaming is huge. And it’s easy really, you can easily connect your computer to a streaming service, boot up your game and a mic, and you’re on your […]

The New Huawei Matebooks

Today seems like a good day for laptop announcements apparently. Alongside Microsoft announcing their new Surface Pro in Shanghai, Huawei just announced their new Huawei Matebook in Berlin. Now, you […]

Surface Pro on Table

The New Surface Pro, Surface Pen, and Type Cover

The new Surface Pro was announced today by Microsoft in Shanghai today. Expected to be the Surface Pro 5, Microsoft has switched things up (and simplified things, I think) by […]

Drone

Appeals Court Just Overturned the Federal Drone Registration Law

Back in 2015, the FAA set in place a registration system for drones that required their pilots to use a website, pay a $5 fee, and pass an exam to […]

Qi Chargers

7 Best Qi Wireless Chargers

So many phones are now coming with wireless charging. On top of this, it’s pretty clear which wireless standard is going to be the main one from now on: Qi […]

Microsoft AI Powered Cameras

Microsoft’s AI Powered Camera Recognition for Businesses is Straight Out of a Sci-Fi Movie (Video)

During Microsoft’s developer conference Build a bit ago, Microsoft demoed something that I thought was pretty damn cool. The new tech they’re using can analyze images from everyday security cameras […]

All the Things You’d Care About from Google I/O

Today was the last day of Google I/O, Google’s annual developer conference, where, lately, they’ve been announcing new versions of Android, new home automation products, and updates to their AI […]

LG Tone Studio Standing Up

LG Tone Studio: Awesome Surround Sound without All the Speakers

When I was in Barcelona this year at the LG booth, a rep for LG told me he had something he wanted me to see. We walked into a glass […]

The New York Times in 1942 Will Make Your Appreciate Writing On a Computer

I was inspired this morning by a¬†feature on Mashable that showcased photos from 1942. Thought some of you guys might like to see them, too. The reason for these photos […]