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How to Make a DIY Smart Home Security System (No Monthly Fees!)

We no longer live in a time wherein order to have a security system at home, you have to call the likes of ADT, Brinks, or some other giant security conglomerate to come and install expensive cameras, alarms, etc. and […]

Google Home at Work

If You Have a Google Home Device at Work, This Setting Should Really Be Turned Off

Every time I walk into my WeWork office, a notification pops up on my phone. It’s from the Google Home app and it tells me that a device on my Wi-Fi is casting Spotify. Funny thing is, I don’t have […]

Pixel 3a Complete Walkthrough: Pixel Camera for Half the Price!

In a surprising move, Google has released a cheaper version of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL–okay so it was leaked everywhere and not a surprise at all, but still, it is an interesting move. I already did a day […]

Best Mesh Wifi

The Best Mesh WiFi Systems For Every Scenario

I did a video not too long ago explaining what mesh wifi is and why you should totally get a mesh wifi system. But, now, I want to try and answer the next obvious question: which is which mesh wifi […]

Create Your Own Google Drive, Photos, Docs

How to Create Your Own Private “Google Drive/Photos/Docs”

So I personally love using Google apps like Google Drive, Google Photos, and Google Docs/Sheet/etc. They are super easy to use and have a ton of features I like, like auto-sorting in the photos, for example, that works really well, […]

Mate 20 Stock

How to Make the Mate 20 Pro Look like Stock Android

You guys asked for it so here’s my updated video on how to make the Mate 20 Pro look like stock Android (and the Mate 20 for that matter). Now, first up, stock Android isn’t really a thing anymore like […]

Fossil Sport Complete Walkthrough: An Affordable, Lightweight WearOS Smartwatch

The new Fossil Sport is now the second smartwatch to feature Qualcomm’s newest Wear 3100 chipset specifically built for Google’s WearOS wearable operating system (replacing the now two-year-old 2100) but it’s the first one that’s actually affordable (the other being […]

Pixel 3 XL

Pixel 3 XL Complete Walkthrough: Still The Best Camera Out?

Another year, another Pixel and since I managed to get my hands on a Pixel 3 XL, I figured I’d do a complete walkthrough for you guys on it. If you aren’t familiar, a complete walkthrough on my channel is […]

Note9 vs iPhone X vs Pixel 2 Xl vs OnePlus 6

Camera Test: Galaxy Note9 vs iPhone X vs Pixel 2 XL vs OnePlus 6

Samsung recently released the new Galaxy Note9 and, as is the usual here on the channel, I figured I’d do one of my camera comparisons with it. In this video, we’ll compare the Galaxy Note9 against the iPhone X, the […]

P20 Pro Battery Test Featured

P20 Pro vs OnePlus 6 vs LG G7 vs S9 Plus vs Pixel 2 XL vs iPhone X Battery Test

I have a feeling which phone will win (it has the biggest battery, and the company is known for making phones that refuse to die), but let’s find out. Today, we’re doing a battery test with the OnePlus 6, LG […]

Google Assistant Duplex

Everything Important From Google I/O 2018 in an Easy-to-Read Bulleted List

Besides the, admittedly weird, but also super interesting machine learning produced music, and the revelation that beer foam cannot defy physics, there was a bunch of things announced at Google I/O that I think are worth mentioning to people even […]

Camera Comparison: S9 Plus vs Pixel 2XL vs iPhone X vs S8 Plus (Video)

Time for yet another Galaxy S9 experiment of sorts. In this video, let’s see how the Galaxy S9 Plus’ camera stacks up against the reigning champs of the iPhone X, Pixel 2 XL, and Note8. For this, I wandered all […]

Google Home Calling

How to Make a Phone Call Using Google Home (& Use Your Actual Phone Number)

Google has finally started rolling out their new Google Home feature that allows you to call someone. As in, actually call their real cell phone, not just ring their Google Home app if they happen to have one installed. The […]

Alexa Trigger Sexy Time Caps

How to Create Custom Commands for Google Home or Amazon Echo (Video)

Voice assistants are pretty convenient. You can ask them the weather when you get up in the morning, have them set timers, even put them into infinite loops for your own entertainment, but despite these things, they definitely have a […]

Echo and Home

How to Remove Your Voice History from Google Assistant and Alexa

Whenever you say the wake word for either Alexa or Google Home, the devices don’t just listen to what you’re saying after, they record it and upload it to the cloud in order to do their magic. Personally, I don’t […]