So, you bought a game console for your kids (or yourself) on Black Friday. Did you get everything you need for it? Are you sure you got everything? There’s always some new accessory to get, so here are some useful ones you might have forgotten.
Your favorite big budget movie doesn’t come out of nowhere. Months, or even years of work goes into every frame. Art books let you dive deep into every concept, sketch, and photo that combine to morph into the movies you love.
Advent calendars are a fun way to countdown to Christmas. Every day, you open a new box and get a small treat or toy. You know who else loves toys? Geeks. These calendars are perfect for everyone in your geeky family.
The weather is getting colder. As long as snow continues to be a thing, you might want to be prepared for the worst. Here are a few of the essentials you should keep in your car in case you get caught out in the snow.
If you’re planning to make a big meal on Thanksgiving, you might want to start planning now. These are the kitchen gadgets you should pick up now, so you can be ready when the big day arrives.
A good tripod is a photographer’s best friend. It’s also bulky, heavy, and difficult to re-position. If you need to move around a lot, bring a monopod instead.
I want a fast, wireless charger. It’s probably a good idea to have a phone case. But there’s only one accessory I need on my phone, and it’s this Spigen kickstand.
Every house on the block will be giving out packs of Tootsie Rolls and Smarties. Want to give the trick-or-treaters in your neighborhood something special? Try these underrated candies.
Thanks to the ever-growing cosplay subculture, costumes aren’t just an October affair for some stores. All year-round, you can find everything from cheap, knock-off versions of your favorite characters, to expensive, highly detailed costumes that look like they stepped straight off a movie set. We’ve rounded up stores…
Convention life is a maelstrom of standing in lines, shoving your way through dealer rooms, and checking your schedule app for the fifteenth time. To get through that nightmare, ThinkGeek’s con-going bag is perfect.
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Power Rangers is great. Go see it. Okay, now that the review is out of the way, let’s talk about the best part of this movie. It’s Billy.
Have you heard? Movies are all awful now. If you’ve enjoyed yourself at the theater recently, you were wrong. There’s nothing but sequels, franchises, and shallow blockbusters. Except for all the amazing movies out there, but who gives a shit, amirite?
Google added the ability to search within apps from the search bar in Android a while ago. Now, it’s added one of the most useful reasons to do so. You can finally find your Drive files from the search box.
You’re probably reading this on a phone or computer in an English-speaking country (most likely the US). If that’s the case, you’re not in the majority of people on Earth. This video highlights this unusual perspective.
If you’re visiting Europe for a while, it’s fun to visit several cities in one trip. Eightydays helps you plan a multi-city trip quickly by picking a route and finding travel for you.
Farewells are never easy. A little hole opens in your heart as you watch your past fly away on a jet plane. Whether you’re glad to see it go or will miss the old days, this playlist helps you find the words to say goodbye.
Getting a good job is often more about who you know, and everyone you know is on Facebook. Last week, Facebook also added a feature that lets companies put out job listings. It’s getting harder to ignore Facebook on the job hunt.
Google’s one tap form of two-factor authentication is handy because you don’t need to enter a code. However, it offers very little information about who’s trying to log in. Now, Google will add location and time info to the login attempt.
Android: If you want to let someone read or watch something on your phone, but don’t want them snooping around, Touch Lock can make sure they can’t do anything by locking the touch screen.