Forbes : consumer tech
23h31 27  février
Apple’s Radical MacBook Pro Can’t Beat Windows 10
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
Apple made some significant technological leaps with the M1 MacBooks, but will it make a difference and tempt over Windows users?
Lidar CEO: Elon Musk Made The Right Choice 5 Years Ago ... Not Today
John Koetsier, Senior Contributor
Tesla CEO Elon Musk famously hates lidar. Is he wrong?
16-Inch M1 MacBook Pro 2021: New Leaks Point To Major Makeover
Brooke Crothers, Contributor
The next 16-inch MacBook Pro is expected to be faster, more connector-friendly, and sport a different physical design.
AirPods Max: Rumored Spatial Audio Upgrade Isn’t Coming, After All
David Phelan, Senior Contributor
Last month’s suggestion that immersive audio was on its way for a key extra audio source has now been quashed.
Review: Vitrazza Glass Office Chair Mat
Brad Moon, Senior Contributor
You’ve upgraded to an ergonomic desk and office chair, but the what about the chair mat? Vitrazza offers a made-in-America upgrade over plastic mats with high-quality, high-strength glass chair mats. You can even order one made to a custom size.
How To Stop LastPass Tracking You In 3 Easy Steps
Davey Winder, Senior Contributor
Password manager privacy in the spotlight: here’s how to disable the embedded trackers in LastPass
Google Issues Quality Warning For Millions Of Google Photos Users
Paul Monckton, Senior Contributor
Google Photos wants you to use more of your storage quota.
Why You Should Stop Using Your Android Messages App
Zak Doffman, Contributor
500 million of you are putting your security at risk...
23h08 26  février
Apple Loop: iPhone 13 Upgrades Confirmed, Suspicious MacOS Malware Reported, Massive MacBook Pro Problem
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
This week’s Apple headlines; iPhone 13 details confirmed, malware in the new M1 Macs, multiple MacBook Pro issues, Apple’s win against Epic and Steam, latest AirPods leak, and more...
Android Circuit: Nokia’s Missing Flagship, Surprising OnePlus 9 Decision, Bill Gates’ Favorite Phone
Ewan Spence, Senior Contributor
This week’s Android headlines; Samsung’s spectacular folding screens, Google’s latest Pixel leaks, a missing Nokia flagship, Huawei’s Mate X2 revealed, Realme’s latest smartphones, OnePlus 9E details, Bill Gates’ Android phone, and more...
Robot Spas Are Coming: Watch The New LUUM Lash Extension Robot In Action
John Koetsier, Senior Contributor
Forget Robocop. Now we’ve got Robospa. And they’re coming for our lashes (and more).
Huawei Ditches Google: The Cool New Android Alternative Is Almost Here
David Phelan, Senior Contributor
The just-announced Huawei flagship phone will be the first to move on from Google’s Android operating system to its own, Harmony OS.
Twitter’s Super Follows Proposes A Subscription Model For Our Garbage Tweets
Curtis Silver, Senior Contributor
That is, is there someone you follow on Twitter that is worth paying directly for that sweet tweet content? Twitter is hoping the answer is yes, as it announced an upcoming feature called Super Follows.
These True Wireless Sports Earbuds Offer An Amazing 80 Hours Of Listening Time
Mark Sparrow, Senior Contributor
These new true wireless sporting earbuds from Back Bay are an absolute bargain. They sound great and they are just perfect for anyone who likes to keep fit.
Cigna’s Evernorth To Buy Telehealth Provider MDLive
Bruce Japsen, Senior Contributor
Cigna’s Evernorth healthcare services business will buy MDLive, a fast-growing provider of telehealth services that have taken off during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This Hong Kong Startup Made The World’s Smallest Mouse
Ben Sin, Contributor
A Hong Kong startup made a coin-sized mouse.
Huawei’s Growing Wearable Business Now Supports Third-Party Apps
Ben Sin, Contributor
Huawei smartwatches has addressed a shortcoming in the app ecosystem space.
This Week In XR: Sony’s Next-Gen VR, 18M For Interplay XR Training, The Wild Acquires IrisVR Prospect
Charlie Fink, Contributor
PSVR2 to drop in the fall.
Isn’t It Time Apple Launched A New, Game-Changing Product?
Enrique Dans, Senior Contributor
One answer to that question could lie in the use of augmented reality for devices such as glasses that would initially depend on the smartphone for many of their functions, but which, following the path of smartwatches, would be increasingly equipped with independent functionalities.
Xbox Live Is Still Down Hours After Server Outage
Erik Kain, Senior Contributor
Having trouble logging in to Xbox Live? Servers have been out for hours with no end in sight.
23h28 25  février
Samsung QN65QN90A TV Review: Mini LED Marvel
John Archer, Senior Contributor
Samsung’s new LCD technology makes its mark
Review: 1More’s True Wireless ANC In-Ear Headphones Are Now THX Certified
Brad Moon, Senior Contributor
1More’s already excellent True Wireless ANC In-Ear headphones are now the world’s first true wireless earbuds to earn THX Certification.
Move Over Fitness Trackers, Here Come On-Skin Electronics That Look Like Stickers
Jennifer Kite-Powell, Senior Contributor
Fitness trackers are all the rage, but what about an on-skin sensor that can track your health and help you and your healthcare provider monitor your health?
T A Unveils Its New Caruso R Music Center With Optional Matching Speakers
Mark Sparrow, Senior Contributor
Luxury German H--Fi manufacturer T A has announced the new Caruso R music center. The new model doesn’t have built in speakers but T A supplies external speakers in bookshelf and floor standing formats.
Nvidia RTX 3060 Vs RTX 3060 Ti: Which Should You Buy?
Antony Leather, Senior Contributor
How does Nvidia’s new RTX 3060 perform against the RTX 2060 and RTX 3060 Ti?