Why Did Google Stadia Go Under?

Chad North

Google Stadia, the company’s attempt at creating a cloud-based competitor to Xbox and PlayStation, will cease functioning in January. In the meantime, Google has impressed pretty much everyone by actually issuing refunds for the service, reimbursing gamers for all the hardware and software they purchased in the ill-fated Stadia ecosystem. …

Which One is Better: A Gaming PC or a Console?

Chad North

When it comes time to upgrade your gaming rig, you might be wondering whether it’s a better deal to gear up a gaming PC or just to get a home console like a PS5 or Xbox Series X. There’s no easy answer–each option has its pros and cons. Let’s break …

Rumor: Google Working on Folding Pixel Phone

Chad North

Folding phones are all the rage right now. They’re the obvious next step for handsets, as they offer a big upgrade in screen size while still allowing the device to fit into your pocket. If you’re in the market for a new phone and have $2,000 or so to spend, …

Apple Might Have to Make its Next iPhone USB-C Compatible

Chad North

It’s the end of an era: Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is finally going to have to give its proprietary charging cables a rest. Since the introduction of the original iPhone back in 2007, the company has stubbornly stuck to its in-house charging equipment, eschewing the USB standard and making its …

Should You Wait for a Switch Pro or Buy an OLED Switch?

Chad North

Nintendo’s scrappy little hybrid system, the Nintendo Switch, is getting a bit long in the tooth. It was underpowered upon its release in 2017, a concession to both the expense required to manufacture it and the system’s need to work as a handheld gaming device on its own battery life. …

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Apple Might Have to Make its Next iPhone USB-C Compatible

Apple Might Have to Make its Next iPhone USB-C Compatible

It’s the end of an era: Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is finally going to have to give its proprietary charging cables a rest. Since the introduction of the original iPhone back in 2007, the company has stubbornly stuck to its in-house charging equipment, eschewing the USB standard and making its …

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Why Did Google Stadia Go Under?

Why Did Google Stadia Go Under?

Google Stadia, the company’s attempt at creating a cloud-based competitor to Xbox and PlayStation, will cease functioning in January. In the meantime, Google has impressed pretty much everyone by actually issuing refunds for the service, reimbursing gamers for all the hardware and software they purchased in the ill-fated Stadia ecosystem. …
Apple Might Have to Make its Next iPhone USB-C Compatible

Apple Might Have to Make its Next iPhone USB-C Compatible

It’s the end of an era: Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is finally going to have to give its proprietary charging cables a rest. Since the introduction of the original iPhone back in 2007, the company has stubbornly stuck to its in-house charging equipment, eschewing the USB standard and making its …
Google Stadia Shutting Down, But Customers Will Get Refunds

Google Stadia Shutting Down, But Customers Will Get Refunds

In an unsurprising but disappointing turn, Google is shutting down its Stadia cloud gaming service only three years after unveiling the technology. The surprisingly – effective cloud gaming software was met with initial skepticism when Google announced it in 2019 – not because of the tech itself, but because of …
LG C1 OLED TV: The Best, But You Pay For It

LG C1 OLED TV: The Best, But You Pay For It

When it comes to the most gorgeous TV panels, one name stands out: LG. The tech company makes some of the best-looking TVs in the industry and it’s easy to see why they’re one of the most highly-rated manufacturers. Their latest panel, the LG C1 OLED TV, is among the …
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2: True AirPod Competitors?

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2: True AirPod Competitors?

Apple’s AirPods dominate the wireless earbud market, but there are numerous competitors on the market that give them a run for their money. If you’re a fan of Samsung’s Galaxy line of phones, you might have tried the Samsung Galaxy Buds. The follow-up device, the Galaxy Buds 2, is finally …