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How to Use Your Surface Studio as a Monitor

I love the Surface Studio. The design feels futuristic, it’s aspect ratio is great for multitasking, the hinge and pen make it a joy to use for photo editing or just sketching, etc. The issue I have with it though, […]

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Complete Walkthrough: Samsung’s Best Phone Yet

Samsung recently launched their new Galaxy S20 series and while we had the usual small and big versions of the new phone in the S20 and S20 Plus, Samsung also decided to throw everything they could at a newer, more […]

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Real-World Test (Battery Test & Camera Comparison)

I finally got a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip to borrow for more than 24 hours and so I decided to do a real-world test on it. In this video, I go through my normal day with the Z Flip as […]

How to Remove the Recycle Bin from Your Desktop

Maybe it’s just me but I feel like the Recycle Bin you see by default on the desktop of any Windows computer just looks so outdated. It reminds me of a time when the computer was new and trying so […]

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Complete Walkthrough: The Modern Flip Phone

There’s a new folding phone in town. Samsung opened their latest Galaxy Unpacked event here in San Francisco with the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, essentially their take on a vertically folding phone. And, I have to admit, I kinda […]

Why the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the Future of Foldables

At Samsung’s recent unpacked event in San Francisco, we got to see the latest S20 lineup in all their glory (and I’ll be doing a complete walkthrough and real-world test on them ASAP), but the surprise (minus the ton of […]

How to Fix a WearOS Watch Not Staying Connected to a Huawei Phone

I was getting pretty frustrated with my new WearOS watch (the Fossil Watch Gen 5 for those curious) would just keep disconnecting from my Huawei P30 Pro. It connects during the setup process but then after a while, the watch […]

What is Night Mode? (& How It Makes Your Phone Take Much Better Photos in the Dark)

Night mode, night sight, bright night, whatever you call it, this camera mode now available on a ton of smartphones allows you to take photos in much darker environments while still getting an image that is very much usable when […]

Skagen Falster 3 Real-World Test

The Skagen Falster 3 is here and I managed to do a real-world test on it for you guys. I tested the workout detection, performance, judged the styling, and even tested the battery life throughout a typical day for me. […]

What is Stadia? (& How It Could Change Videos Games Forever)

You’ve probably heard of Stadia at some point recently. Google has been touting it, their new video game streaming service, for a while now. And if you didn’t hear them beating their chest about it, maybe you heard the early […]

Skagen Falster 3 Complete Walkthrough: The Best Looking WearOS Watch Gets More Functional

The new Skagen Falster 3 showed up this week and, I’m not going to lie, I’m excited for a new Falster. You see, the Skagen Falster is arguably one of the best looking WearOS watches, not just in my eyes, […]

Best External SSDs in 2020

I started using filming a few things on a new camera not too long ago: the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. And as the name suggests, it can shoot in 6K (and in RAW format) all of that to say […]

What is Noise Cancelling? (& Why Your Next Headphones Should Have It)

Noise-cancelling is one of the big differentiators on the new Apple Airpods Pro over the standard Airpods, and it’s a big selling point of some of the most popular headphones for travel on Amazon period. Headphones like the Airpods Pro, […]

What is 5G? (& How It’ll Actually Change Your Life)

Chances are you’ve heard the term 5G at some point already. It’s being mentioned a lot right now. And, honestly, there’s a good reason. 5G is going to have a pretty big impact on our daily lives and so, of […]

Samsung Galaxy Book S Complete Walkthrough: Super Thin PC with Great Battery Life

The first laptop with a Snapdragon 8cx chipset in it was released not too long ago by Microsoft (they white-labeled the processor as the Microsoft SQ1) and I thought it was a great little competitor to the iPad Pro (you […]