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The Future of Phone Design: Flexible Screens That Roll Up

By Julian Chokkattu
At CES 2021, two companies showed off concepts for a rollable phone. This year, expect this new category of devices to greatly expand.
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My Quest to Survive Quarantineβ€”in Heated Clothes

By Kate Knibbs
Cold weather sucks even more when a pandemic makes it nearly impossible to socialize inside. But I found a hack.

A Digital Picture Frame Is My Favorite Way to Keep in Touch

By Medea Giordano
The devices have come a long way and are especially great right now,Β since they offer a way to connect with long-distance family.

Amazon's Fitness Tracker Teaches You How to Be Nicer (Kinda)

By Adrienne So
The Halo is one quirky wearable. But its biofeedback canΒ help your relationships … up to a certain point.

Get the Most Out of Your iPad With These Accessories

By Julian Chokkattu
These are some of our favorite stands, cases, keyboards, and Pencils no matter which iPad you have.

Razor’s E-Scooter Isn’t Much of a Kick

By Julian Chokkattu
This electric scooter offers a stable ride at a relatively affordable price, though its bulky design isn’t the best for apartment-dwelling city slickers.

Want a Better PC? Try Building Your Own

By Jess Grey, Brendan Nystedt
Assembling a computer yourself is a good way to learn about how it works. It’s also a lost artβ€”one due for a revival.

The Nokia 5.3 Is a Dependable Phone for Under $200

By Julian Chokkattu
If your budget is tight, this Android smartphone is a smart buy.

How to Upgrade Your Home Audio While You're Quarantined

By Parker Hall
Stuck home or not, it's always a good idea to invest in better sound. Our advice and gear recommendations can help.

This $40 Cast-Iron Pot Is the Secret to Baking a Perfect Loaf

By Joe Ray
An inexpensive, so-simple-it-hurts pan has come to rule our food writer's kitchen.

Ways to Stay Sane and Relaxed During Quarantine

By Medea Giordano
It’s hard to keep calm and carry on when trying not to lose your mind is a struggle. Here are a few tips to help you cope.

How to Cook in Your Tiny Kitchen (and Stay Sane)

By Matt Jancer
Your cooking area is the size of a Game Boy. But with some strategic gear you can still whip up a storm of good food.

How My Record Player Helped Me Feel the Music

By Julian Chokkattu
If streaming can’t cure your stay-at-home blues, a spinning platter just might do the trick.

How to Get the Most Out of (or Into) Your Robot Vacuum

By Adrienne So
These simple tips will help you turn that automated little machine into your new best friend.

The LG Wing's Swiveling Screen Proves Phones Can Be Fun Again

By Julian Chokkattu
This experimental Android phone has a screen that rotates, exposing a second, smaller screen underneath.

15 Xbox Series X/S Tips to Level Up Your New Console

By Simon Hill
From setting up remote play to automatic sign-on with your favorite controller, here’s how to get the most out of your shiny new toy.

Vizio’s First OLED TV Makes Nearly Perfect Contrast Accessible

By Parker Hall
These organic LED panels, usually seen on pricier TVs, are finally dipping to more affordable prices.

15 Tips and Hidden Tricks for the PS5 (You Lucky Dog)

By Simon Hill
If you’re one of the lucky few to score Sony’s newest game console this holiday, check these features out for the best experience.

Everything You Need to Work From Home Like a Pro

By Julian Chokkattu
Gear can make or break your home office setup. Here's our ultimate list of the best monitors, desks, webcams, headphones, and more.