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Monster DNA Max review: 360 degrees of fun

Monster DNA Max MSRP $180.00 “The Monster DNA Max speaker offers party-ready sound in a pool-proof package.” Benefits Robust, 360-degree sound Perfect for pools Good battery life Includes a wireless charger Option for speaker phone Cons No EQ adjustment No auxiliary input Annoying voice feedback There’s no shortage of decent Bluetooth speakers out there, but… Read More »

Listen up, Apple—it’s time to make a transparent iPhone

Apple has released a new product that has gained a lot of attention due to an amazing new color option. No, it’s not an iPhone, iPad, or even an Apple Watch. Heck, it’s not even the AirPods Pro 2. So, what am I talking about? Apple bought Beats by Dre in 2014, and this week… Read More »

TCL QM8 Mini-LED TV practical impressions: I am shocked

Doug Murray/Digital Trends I don’t think you are ready for TCL QM8 TV. I certainly wasn’t. And we need to talk about it. Many of us expected good things from the TCL QM8. Based on some of the DMs, emails and comments I’ve received, there is a lot of interest in this TV. And I… Read More »

Don’t buy the Google Pixel Fold (yet)

Like you, I’m excited about the Google Pixel Fold, but I’d urge caution. Take a minute – no – take weeks before you decide to plunk down $1,800 of your money and begin the long, expectant wait at the door for it to arrive. By far the most sensible, mature and financially conscious course of… Read More »

Why Apple’s Next MacBook Already Feels Like a Disappointment

It’s been an exciting couple of years with new Mac releases. Last year we got the redesigned M2 MacBook Air. The year before that was the M1 Max MacBook Pro. And this year? The rumors are that we will get a 15-inch MacBook Air. That’s right – yet another MacBook for the series. Unlike the… Read More »

Google launches cybersecurity certifications for beginners

Google is expanding its career certificate program with a cybersecurity course designed to teach newcomers to the field the basic skills necessary to work as an analyst. Phil Venables, head of information security at Google Cloud, said the course will teach students basic concepts for working in a security operations center, including identifying risks and… Read More »

Asus Zenbook S 13 vs. Apple MacBook Air M2: one advantage

Apple’s latest MacBook range, running on the fast and efficient M2 processor family, has risen above the Windows competition in many ways. The usual MacBook build quality and design remains superior, and with such an attractive balance between power and efficiency, the machines are hard to beat whether we’re talking about the mainstream MacBook Air… Read More »