WiFi 6 explained! Dell XPS 13 9370 Developer Edition review: Linux on a premium laptop! Did a 400GB SanDisk MicroSD card work in our cheap Moto G6 Android phone? There’s at least one dumb TV out there! TekThing ep 199!
Google announces the Pixel 3, Home Hub, and Slate! Oculus Quest vs. Go or Rift??? Best 43” TV? Acer Predator Helios 300 Special Edition Reviewed... all that and more on TekThing episode 198!
Blackouts suck, especially if your gear gets zapped, Alienware’s latest gaming mouse, the AW959, got skinny, Visually impaired folks write in about Amazon's Microwave with Alexa, and more!!!
Alexa’s In Your MICROWAVE… and in Netgear’s latest Orbi Satellite!!! Alienware’s AW988 is their first headset in years, a little help encoding Blu-rays in Handbrake, and a delightful Pesto recipe! All that and more in TekThing 196!!!
You can vinally buy Nvidia’s RTX 2080: how does it perform on the games you can play now? SureCall’s new N-Range cell signal booster reviwed. Nixplay’s Iris Photo Frame costs half as much as an Aura smart picture frame… does it look nearly as good??? Best antivirus for Mac OS, and more, in TekThing ep 195!
Verizon’s Moto Z3: Is this the first 5G phone??? Hands on with Lenovo’s latest X1 Carbon, great speakers, 8K laser projectors, affordable 4K, and more from CEDIA 2018!!!
Hands on with Dell’s new XPS 15! How do you back up a 12TB NAS offsite? Secure Email Clients for Android, and a viewer has an iDrive review for us!
Hands on with Nvidia's new RTX 20 series GPUs!!! How pretty is raytracing, and should your preorder a 2070 or 2080??? How long does a computer monitor last, and when should you replace it, Android 9 Pie reviewed, and you sent us some awesome Chrome Extensions to try out! TekThing 192 is go!
#Badgelife?!? What's up with the 50 badges at the DEFCON this year? Google Chrome extensions we can’t live without, Motorola's $130 E4 Android Phone vs. the $249 Moto G6, and more!!! TekThing 191 is here!
Hotel room searches and voting machine hacks… things got weird at Defcon 26. The best 4K TVs of 2018, and, yes, Google does track your every move, even with Location History turned off… we’ll show you how to stop that on your iPhone or Android device! Greetings from TekThing 190!!!