Anyone wondering how to speed up your home internet without dropping a ton of cash on an overpriced mesh Wi-Fi system will be happy to hear that it’s much easier and less expensive than you think.
If you’re sick of slow internet speeds and “buffering” on your computer, TV, or video game console, there’s a simple device that will be a game-changer for you.
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When you’re trying to watch a video or stream a game, slow internet speeds and buffering can be your worst nightmare. It’s so aggravating, but it happens all the time. What you might not realize though, is that there’s a wonderfully easy way for
Apple canceled its cutting-edge charging pad, but the latest rumor suggests a new version, with a new design, could be with us in the days or weeks. AirPower, you’ll remember was a white lozenge of a pad, designed to simultaneously charge an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods no matter where you placed them on the mat.
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Trouble is, Apple couldn’t get it to work, with some analysts suggesting the placing of multiple charging coils was problematic, and that the prototype pads would overheat.
There have been several other multi-gadget chargers, the best of which you can read about here, but none offers the slick simplicity that AirPower promised. So, the news that a version of AirPower may be announced soon is
The new Xbox Series S ships with just 512GB of onboard SSD storage, and new Xbox games will have to be installed on fast internal or external memory to run on the console.
Microsoft has fixed the problem by creating a custom port that takes a custom SSD drive that runs as fast as the internal storage.
That’s the 1TB Storage Expansion Card that’s currently made exclusively by Seagate.
The accessory is now available for preorder, but it costs almost as much as the Series S console.
Sony and Microsoft have started taking preorders for their new PlayStation and Xbox consoles and the new accessories made for the gaming rigs. This highly anticipated first phase of preorders was marred by issues, particularly on the PS5 side, where preorders were incredibly messy. But not all the new accessories went on sale at the