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We're barely even playing, because it's about so much more.
Smart lighting is everywhere, but it's cheaper and less hassle to replace your switches, not each individual bulb. Here's the best choices, and why.
Google's Project Jacquard is back with its second smart wearable: a gesture-enabled backpack, in collaboration with Saint Laurent.
It's fast, quiet, and ultra-light. Lenovo's X1 Carbon is one of the best MacBook alternatives available today, and it'll last you forever.
Learn how to use the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2), and get the perfect web development set up on Windows in minutes.
A beautiful phone that looks like it's from a sci-fi movie, for a fraction of the price of an iPhone—the OnePlus 7 Pro is a great Pixel alternative.
Frederique, Blev, Owen, and Zach talk about $WORK and Facebook ~Libra.
How integrations and an empty Slack team help me get more done.
Google’s game streaming service, Stadia, is finally here. Will it be worth using?
Frederique, Owen, and Zach chat about gaming and Apple, and one of us might build a Windows computer. Can you guess who?
Apple is strong-arming developers into squashing an industry under the guise of privacy, and it's going to hurt us all.
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