Corsair’s latest mechanical keyboard is its first with hot-swappable switches

Corsair’s K70 Pro Mini Wireless is the company’s first mechanical keyboard to feature hot-swappable switches, which means you can easily remove and replace them with an included tool — no soldering required. The $179.99 (£169.99 / €189.99) keyboard is also wireless, lasting up to 200 hours on battery with its RGB lighting turned off. Hot-swappable […]

The Oura Ring goes a little more mainstream with Strava integration

Consolidating all your fitness data into one place can be a royal pain, and for many athletes, Strava is the obvious choice as it integrates with nearly every fitness platform. Today, Oura announced it’s joining the club by introducing Strava integration for the Oura Ring. The integration goes both ways. Oura Ring users will be […]

Apple’s new MacBook Air M2 is the start of a whole new Air-a

After 14 years, three revisions, and two different processor architectures, the iconic wedge shape of the MacBook Air is now history. In its place is a MacBook Air with a completely new design that’s the same thickness from front to back. Virtually every aspect of the new MacBook Air has been updated or changed — […]

Nanoleaf adds black triangles to its smart lighting line

Nanoleaf is turning 10, and to celebrate, the Kickstarter-founded smart lighting company is releasing a limited edition set of its iconic Shapes lighting tiles. The Nanoleaf Shapes Ultra Black Triangles cost $219.99 for a set of nine LED light panels and are an all-black version of its Shapes Triangle panels. The original triangle panels are […]

Amazon offers to level the playing field with third-party sellers to avoid EU fines

Amazon has offered a number of concessions to third-party sellers on its platform in Europe in an attempt to settle an antitrust investigation opened by the EU in 2019. The European Commission accused Amazon of abusing its dual-position as both marketplace operator and retailer; using the sales data it collects from smaller vendors to outmaneuver […]

Watch the latest epic trailer for Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV show

A new trailer for The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power has been released ahead of the Amazon Prime series’ debut on September 2nd. The clip gives a deeper look following the initial trailer broadcast during the Super Bowl and a second short teaser that was exclusive to Prime subscribers when released last […]

How to make the most of Android’s accessibility features

Accessibility features aren’t exactly the most well-known pieces of the modern smartphone puzzle. And yet, they might be the pieces with the greatest potential to make a meaningful impact on someone’s life. For anyone facing issues with hearing, vision, or other senses, Android’s accessibility options can help bring the outside world closer and allow for […]

Twitter is down in a major outage

Twitter is down and experiencing a major outage. Issues started with the service at around 8:05AM ET, with many users reporting “over capacity” error messages, and even errors saying “this page is down.” The issues are affecting Twitter web, mobile, and even the company’s TweetDeck app. Downdetector has thousands of reports of issues with Twitter, […]

The hidden history of screen readers

On a night in 1978, Ted Henter was driving a rental car down a dark road in the English countryside. A 27-year-old motorcycle racer from Florida, Henter had just won eighth place in the Venezuelan Grand Prix, the first race of the 1978 World Championships. He was daydreaming about his next race in Spain when […]