Roku usually gets lost in debates about Chromecasts, Fire TV, and Apple TV, but they’ve quietly chugged along putting out solid streaming boxes and carving out a reputation as a solid neutral choice in the streaming wars. They’re taking that further with a new exclusive partnership with Walmart and their new onn Roku Smart Soundbar and onn Roku Wireless Subwoofer!
Coding is becoming as integral a part of a kids education as math and reading. It teaches logic and helps kids better understand how the world of technology they’re surrounded by actually works. Also, Star Wars is objectively awesome and every kid wishes they had the Force. Kano is tapping into that with their Star Wars The Force Coding kit!
A good speaker can transform a party or event. Everyone gets into their favorite song, it breaks the ice, and it provides sound to fill in those awkward moments when everyone runs out of small talk. Aiwa thinks they’ve put together the ultimate option with their Aiwa Exos-X8 Party Speaker.
If you’re starting the hunt for back to school supplies for your favorite high school or college student, Huawei has some deals for you. Save $200 off their popular MateBook X Pro and MateBook 13, and get $150 off their MateBook D. If you need a tablet, they’ve got $20 to $30 off their MediaPads, including my fave MediaPad M5.
IOttie is a brand we’ve covered here at Gear Diary for plenty of their products, and the company wants you to get your hands on their latest innovation, the Easy One Touch Connect on Prime Day.
Walabot is one of the first-ever smart stud finders to hit the market and has been a hit on Amazon since its release. So for this year’s Prime Day, the company is offering up 20% off it’s most popular products.
Satechi is a favorite brand here at Gear Diary, from everything including their aluminum peripherals down tot heir travel chargers that charge everything from a MacBook to a Google Pixel, the popular brand is announcing quite a few deals for Prime Day this year.
Pride Month has become more and more of a commercial endeavor as much as it is a time to remember the fight for LGBTQ rights. Admittedly, I’ve been a bit curmudgeonly about this in the past, but the Wall Street Journal had a video on commercials that made me shift a bit of my thinking.
Everyone loves using Amazon for easy online shopping. Amazon’s no fool, and they’re looking to cultivate the next generation of shoppers with their special “Off to College” section of their site!
With the NBA season now over, Kevin Durant is announcing a partnership with a New York team that doesn’t play at the Garden but knows what the people like — good audio.
Lenovo makes every flavor of business computer out there, but they also create software and hardware for your business needs that go beyond the keyboard. That’s where their new ThinkSmart Hub 500 for Zoom Rooms comes in, with tools to make video conferences level up to something out of Star Trek.
Now that “The Secret Life of Pets 2” is in theaters everywhere, Tile, the popular “everything-finder”, has a new promo for a special edition of their products specially made for keeping your animal friends from getting lost.
Ultimate Ears makes some of the better sounding Bluetooth speakers on the market, so much so, that Dan has insisted that the original Wonderboom is one of his favorites. I’m wondering how the company will impress him with their Wonderboom 2, as it’s the upgraded version of what was an already very good Bluetooth speaker.
I work in a male-dominated field, so I understand the need for more women in STEM. So does the Global Semiconductor Alliance, and they’re rolling out a Women’s Leadership Initiative to help encourage more women to get involved in science and technology.
We are huge fans of Master & Dynamic here, and how could we not be? Their headphones are extremely well made, and they produce excellent sound. If you’ve been looking for a great pair of wired cans, now is the time to check out their MH40 Over-Ear Headphones, as they are on sale for $199 from $249 for Memorial Day.
Were you super intrigued by the Samsung Galaxy Fold but skeptical about the benefits in a phone-size product? Lenovo is taking a whack at folding screens with a new Thinkpad X1 folding prototype-basically, a folding laptop. That runs full Windows. If it works, this is a game changer.
Scrambling to find a suitable gift for your mom and only terrible Hallmark cards are left in the Stationary section of your favorite store? How about just treating her to her favorite show this weekend? If you’re in a pinch, VividSeats has your back.
Even though Mother’s Day is right around the corner, Satechi wants to make sure that you get that special lady in your life some tech that they will enjoy.
Today is a very special day in history. Sure, two days ago was April Fool’s day, but today is the 46th anniversary of the first mobile phone call. Surprisingly, it was not a spam call from the IRS, but a legitimate test call between Martin Cooper and Dr Joel Engel. In honor of this anniversary, Motorola has a big sale!
Remember the days when ribbon cable was popular? Okay, maybe you’re too young to remember its popularity, but if you’ve cracked open a computer, you’ve likely seen flat ribbons connecting drives to the motherboard. While flat cables are still used to connect components inside certain devices, they’re no longer used externally. Cable styles have shifted along with technology, leaning toward the thin side.
We had the chance to check out Samsung’s new QLED televisions at CES, and they were stunning. Samsung sells literal work of art TVs called “The Frame”, but even their QLED televisions are jaw-dropping in both looks and price!