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  • DJI’s latest drone looks like a Metal Gear Solid prop (in a good way)

    DJI’s latest drone looks like a Metal Gear Solid prop (in a good way)

    The latest and greatest commercial drones in the DJI Matrice lineup aren’t for hobbyists, but they represent all the cool tech that might make it to the Mavic line over the next few years. These new drones are waterproof and in some regions can even be bought with a space-age docking station that looks like […]

  • Nintendo Wii and DSi channels have been quietly offline for days

    Nintendo Wii and DSi channels have been quietly offline for days

    Over the weekend, gamers started to notice that the Wii and DSi digital storefronts were inoperational. Then, Eurogamer spotted that they’d been down since March 16th. Oddly, there hasn’t been any comment from Nintendo about this so far. For context, purchases haven’t been enabled on the Wii shop since 2019, and the DSi store since […]

  • Elden Ring hack gets PC players stuck in a continuous death loop

    Elden Ring hack gets PC players stuck in a continuous death loop

    Elden Ring is a game designed to kill its players over and over again, but I don’t think this is what the game’s developers, FromSoftware, had in mind. According to a report from PC Gamer, the hack can get you stuck in an infinite death loop. ⚠️Elden Ring PSA for PC players⚠️ There’s an exploit going […]

  • Snoop is coming to Call of Duty as a playable character

    Snoop is coming to Call of Duty as a playable character

    Big Snoop Dogg, who recently joined Faze Clan’s board of directors, is now making his way to Activision Blizzard’s Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Mobile, the franchise announced via Twitter. This isn’t the first time Snoop has been part of a Call of Duty game. He voiced add-on […]

  • Turning Red’s red panda has made her way to Google’s 3D animals

    Turning Red’s red panda has made her way to Google’s 3D animals

    Google’s collection of 3D animals is getting the Toronto treatment. The Android maker has added a new animal to its collection, Mei’s red panda from Pixar’s Toronto set movie, Turning Red. Now, with Google Search on both Android and iOS, you can view a 3D model of the giant red panda (yeah, red pandas are […]

  • New Nintendo Switch update finally adds folders

    New Nintendo Switch update finally adds folders

    The latest Nintendo Switch update (version 14.0.0) is now available, and it brings with it a long-awaited feature: the ability to create folders.  Now, you can create custom ‘Groups’ of up to 200 games and/or apps and name it whatever you want. Up to 100 groups can be created. As an example, Nintendo cites specific […]

  • ZenWiFi Pro ET12 vs Orbi RBKE960: A Solid Fight

    ZenWiFi Pro ET12 vs Orbi RBKE960: A Solid Fight

    If you’re on the market for a top-tier Wi-Fi 6E mesh Wi-Fi system, you must be aware of the Netgear RBKE960 series (available as the 3-pack RBKE963) and the 2-pack Asus ZenWiFi Pro ET12. And maybe that’s why you’re reading this ZenWiFi Pro ET12 vs Orbi RBKE960 matchup post, which is intended to be the […]

  • Multi-Gig Wired Backhaul AiMesh Combos: The Best Wi-Fi 6/E Options

    Multi-Gig Wired Backhaul AiMesh Combos: The Best Wi-Fi 6/E Options

    This post will work you through the steps to set up a Multi-Gig wired backhaul AiMesh system using a few supported broadcasters. As you can see in the box below, it’s part of my series on Asus’s AiMesh. If you’re new to AiMesh, I’d recommend starting with the first post on the list first. Also, […]

  • Silicon Power XS70 Review: A Solid PCIe 4.0 SSD

    Silicon Power XS70 Review: A Solid PCIe 4.0 SSD

    At the current retail price of just $130 for the 1TB capacity, the new Silicon Power XS70 solid-state drive (SSD) continues the affordability trend found in the recent PCIe Gen 4 NVMe drive, including the recently released WD Black SN770. (The drive will also be available in 2TB and 4TB capacities with currently undisclosed pricing). […]

  • Silicon Power XS70 Review: A Solid PCIe 4.0 SSD

    Silicon Power XS70 Review: A Solid PCIe 4.0 SSD

    At the current retail price of just $130 for the 1TB capacity, the new Silicon Power XS70 solid-state drive (SSD) continues the affordability trend found in the recent PCIe Gen 4 NVMe drive, including the recently released WD Black SN770. (The drive will also be available in 2TB and 4TB capacities with currently undisclosed pricing). […]