While CES is all about the big tech announcements, from TVs to speakers, headphones, to automotive, every year also sees the launch of headline-grabbing products that seem almost too ridiculous to be true. Here are eight of the weirdest and dumbest ones from CES 2021.
CES 2021 was unique this year in that it was held entirely virtually. But there was also another marked difference in the major trade show: a focus on new product categories, discussions, and trends fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you've been going back and forth between either getting an Apple Watch SE or the new Fitbit Sense, which is slightly more expensive, but aren't sure if it's worth it, we're here to help. We compare and contrast the two smartwatches.
You might not have experienced it yet, but Zoombombing is a growing issues whereby unwanted guests find their way into a private Zoom meeting and share obscene or inappropriate content. Here's how you can prevent that.
The Google Pixel 4a 5G is so slim and sleek that you'll want to show it off in all its glory, including the beautiful 6.2-inch full HD+ OLED screen. That means getting a thin case that doesn't add to much bulk but also provides sufficient protection. And these are all great options worth considering.
Any Android device owner will be able to make good use of a Google Play gift card for apps, entertainment, books, and more. And they're actually pretty widely available, both in stores and online if you want to send one digitally. Here's how and where you can get them.
How many services do you subscribe to? You probably think not many until you start writing them down and realize not only how many there are, but how much you spend on them each month. It's time to do an audit and save yourself some money.
Even though the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is ultra-durable and built to meet military-grade specifications, it still requires a nice sleeve when you want to take it out and about. These are some of the best to protect your laptop from any scuffs.
Wouldn't it be great to make refreshing cocktails at home? You can with a good cocktail maker, ranging from machines that do all the work for you to devices and tools to help you up your cocktail-making game.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 was the best phone of 2016, but now almost four years on, if you still own one, you'll want to keep its screen sufficiently protected to ensure that it will last for continued use, or even if you plan to sell it or hand it to a friend or family member once you finally upgrade.
Searching for that perfect cup of pour-over coffee to start your day right or perfectly complement that brunch pastry? We've gathered up the best options out there, so you happily enjoy every cup to the last drop.
Believe it or not, you can actually get started with building out a smart home for under $50, choosing from a ton of great products that let you do everything from control lights to music via the touch of a button or vocal command.
Is there anything that smells better than freshly baked bread? While it's typically a time-consuming and sometimes laborious process to make your own bread at home, a bread machine can make it really easy. And there are machines that can make all kinds of bread in just a few hours, or less.
If you want to keep your nails in good shape, whether it's just a quick clean-up or manicure or a full-on acrylic set or nail art, there's a lot you can actually do yourself at home. These various kits will help you keep your nails looking great.