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  • Best motion controller games on PlayStation VR

    PlayStation Move enabled games on PlayStation VR bring you into the heart of the game, and add an extra layer of immersion.

    Many of the games on PlayStation VR only require you to use a DualShock 4 controller. However, there are a fair few that are either enhanced by using PlayStation Move controllers, or require them to play the game at all. Rather than taking away from the experience, Move controllers can really add to the immersion of PlayStation VR. That’s why we’ve collected the best PlayStation VR games that use PlayStation Move controllers for you to check out.

    Read More at VR Heads!

  • Share files of all sizes to and from any platform for free with Send Anywhere [Sponsored Post]

    Sharing files can be a pain. And that pain increases the bigger the file it is, the more unusual the file type, and when you are trying to move the file from one operating system to another. Thankfully, the developers of Send Anywhere have made it a b…

  • Chromebook Keyboard Buyer’s Guide

    The best keyboard you can buy for your Chromebook or Chromebox.

    Like most any other laptop, your Chromebook works great with an external keyboard. It’s incredibly easy to use an external display, mouse, and keyboard if you work or play from a desk and Chrome does a great job mirroring to a monitor or having one as an extended display. All you need is the right parts!

    Chrome OS supports any USB (wired or wireless) or Bluetooth keyboard. There are differences in the default keyboard layout across the function keys and the addition of a dedicated search key (the Windows key on a standard 104-key keyboard will act as a search key) but you won’t have any trouble typing out a web search or a term paper. We’ve looked at a lot of keyboards for your Chromebook and Chromebox, and here’s what we think are the best ones to use.

    Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard
    ASUS Chromebox Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Set
    Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

    Best overall

    Logitec…

  • Best apps for college graduates

    Your future has arrived, and these apps will help you make the most of it.

    You did it: you earned your college degree and graduated with a diploma in-hand. Which of course begs the question, what comes next? After you’ve graduated, and you’re ready to join the real world, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out what precisely you are supposed to do next. There are resumes to be sent out, housing to acquire, and for many students, a leaning tower of School Loans that will need to be repaid over the next several years.

    Have no fear though, these apps can help to ensure you hit the ground running!

    Indeed

    Once you’ve graduated and are figuring out what comes next, the first step ought to be starting to look for a position in your field. There are hundreds of different job search sites that you can post a resume to, but Indeed delivers a straightforward experience whether you are on a phone or computer.

    Using Indeed you can upload your profile information, which is how prospecti…

  • Android O feature spotlight: The notification shade fingerprint swipe gesture now matches device orientation

    Since the Pixel was released last year it’s been possible to swipe down on the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor to pull down the notification shade. Those who use the feature may have noticed that while holding your phone in landscape you would need to…

  • Keep your browsing private for life for $49

    It’s probably trite and a bit cliché at this point, but we increasingly live our lives online. Our bank information, personal information, likes, dislikes, and more are all over the internet — often whether we like it or not. That’s all data, and nowadays, data’s a commodity. You information is being bought and sold. Sometimes it’s simply to show you catered ads; other times it’s for the stuff that after school specials used to warn you about.

    Block online trackers for life for $49 Learn more

    What can you do to combat all of this online tracking? Do you turn to VPNs? Sure, but they don’t necessarily block tracking in every sense. Did you know that there are services and apps that actually block online trackers in order to keep your data safe?

    Disconnect is one of the best tracker blockers around. It blocks tracking requests from connecting to any of your devices, thereby keeping your data safe. It even masks your location so that you can access websites as though …

  • Repair & upgrade your own gear with this 45-piece tech toolkit

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a tech toolkit that could help you save more money repairing the stuff you love!

    The 45-piece TEKTON Tech Rescue Toolkit has dropped to $19. That’s its lowest price in more than six months and second-lowest in its pricing history. It might not be a radical drop from its normal $25 price, but consider how much money you can save repairing your own computers or watches with the tools available in this kit.

    Not quite into the self-repair game but sort of want to be now that you’ve seen this? Check out iFixit. It’s a website all about repairing all that stuff you own. It’s a great way to get started.

    The kit comes with everything you’ll need to access smartphones, laptops, and even video game controllers. Here’s everything the set comes with, in case you’re looking for something specific:

    3-pc. Flat: 1, 1.5, 2.5 mm
    6-pc. Phillips: #000, #00, #0, #1, #0 x 3 in., #1 x 3 in.
    3-pc. Star: T3, 4, 5
    8-pc. Tamper-Resistant Star: TR6, 7, …

  • Android experiments bring out the weird side of Google I/O

    A co-operative virtual reality game, an easily trainable neural network, and multiplayer Quick Draw! — come take a peek at some of the experiments on display at Google I/O 2017.

    What’s the best way to show off Google’s varying underlying technologies? Make them fun to use!

    Every year at I/O, Google dedicates a portion of the show floor to experiments submitted by various developers from around the world. I managed to find some time to try a majority of them in the Experiments tent. Here are a few highlights, as well as links to where you can try out the Experiments for yourself.

    OSP

    Train your own neural network with this easy-to-program experiment.

    Train your own neural network with this experiment, which utilizes Machine Learning and a Raspberry Pi. The wooden box shown here is actually a plug connected to a camera that you can use to program whatever is plugged into it. If it’s a lightbulb, for instance, you can record gestures with the external camera that turn…

  • Samsung’s Galaxy S8, S8+ BOGO deal is infinitely better than T-Mobile’s

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a Galaxy S8 deal you can’t afford to miss!

    We’ve seen it many times before, and it will continue to happen. New phones release and cellular carriers offer these ridiculous “Buy one get one free” promotions to entice people to purchase them, but most of the time the offers are quite terrible and require you to change plans, get small credits each month for 24 months and more. Samsung is currently running its own offer, which is actually a really great deal.

    Here’s how it works:

    Purchase 2 new Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8+ phones from Samsung.com
    Activate a line on the T-Mobile Network on Samsung.com
    Samsung will issue a rebate to original method of purchase up to $750, 7-10 days after activation
    Pretty simple, huh? No long waits for a mail-in rebate, no hoops to jump through. The offer is a bit confusing with the “activate a line on the T-Mobile network”, but according to Samsung all you have to do is activate the included SIM card on…

  • Best Android Phone Under $700

    Update, May 2017: The Google Pixel is still the best small phone you can buy, if you can find it, though we’ve also added the LG G6 to this list and removed the HTC 10.

    Best overall
    Best second-best
    Best discounted, last-gen
    Best customizable

    Best Overall

    Google Pixel

    See at Verizon
    See at Google Store

    I have good news for those of you ruing the day that the first phablet was ever announced. Google’s Pixel smartphone is a mere 5 inches, so those of you with smaller hands and diminutive pockets can rest easy knowing that there is flagship-level, feature-packed Android phone out there that doesn’t take up so much room.

    The Pixel is impressive on the inside, too. It’s got the latest Snapdragon 821 processor and 4GB of RAM. You can purchase it with up to 128GB of storage, though if you decide to stick to the alternative 32GB option, Google will still offer unlimited Photo uploads for your pictures. The Pixel also boasts impressive camera performance that nearly bests the Samsung…

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