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Oral-B iO Electric Toothbrush - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:28
With 1 replacement brush head.

Yes, the Xbox Toaster Is Real and You Can Buy It at Walmart - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:25
X marks the toast with this Walmart-exclusive kitchen appliance.

Electric Hand Massager - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:21
With heat & compression.

XL Wool Dryer Balls - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:16
Natural fabric softener, 6pcs.

Electric Facial Cleansing Brush - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:13
Waterproof & rechargeable.

Label Maker Machine - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:05
Mini thermal printer w/ tape.

Stackable Plastic Storage Bins - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 18:01
18 Qt, foldable, 4pcs.

Clicks wants to make physical iPhone keyboard cases a thing again

Engadget - Thu, 2024-01-04 13:00

A UK-based company called Clicks is introducing a new iPhone accessory at CES 2024 in Las Vegas that you might like if you loved BlackBerry phones. It's a case and a full physical keyboard in one that you can attach to the iPhone if you want a more tactile typing experience, which kinda brings back memories of Ryan Seacrest's Typo Keyboard from a decade ago. The company's creator keyboard sits at the bottom of the case and doesn't cover any part of the screen or any part of the device at all other than its back and edges. Instead, it extends the phone's length, giving you full view of whatever is on the display even while you're typing. 

That keyboard connects to the iPhone through its Lighting or USB-C port, depending on what model you have, and allows you to charge your phone as usual. It doesn't have a Bluetooth connection, but that also means it's not powered by a battery you'll need to charge. You can switch on its backlight if you want to use it at night or in the dark, and you can use a bunch of keyboard shortcuts if you want to navigate your device without using the touchscreen. To scroll down web pages, for instance, you can press the space bar. That said, its keys do look terribly small, and you may find yourself having a difficult time typing if you have larger hands and fingers. 

Clicks is founded by content creators Michael Fisher (MrMobile) and Kevin Michaluk (CrackBerry Kevin), who said that the iPhone keyboard was designed by "a dream team of tech industry veterans." Michaluk added: "We labored over every decision from exactly how the buttons should feel to the keyboard layout, ensuring it would be intuitive for iPhone users." You can order the Clicks creator keyboard from the company's website right now for $139, but shipping won't begin until February 1. 

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We're reporting live from CES 2024 in Las Vegas from January 6-12. Keep up with all the latest news from the show here.

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Compare 15-Year Mortgage Rates for January 2024 - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 13:00
15-year fixed mortgages typically offer lower interest rates than 30-year fixed loans, but they come with higher monthly payments.

New Physical Keyboard Case Brings iPhones Back to BlackBerry's Glory Days - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 13:00
The Clicks for iPhone keyboard case has a hardware keyboard and will make its debut at CES 2024. It's made by a couple of YouTubers and a new company.

Take 20% Off Journey Tech Accessories During Its New Years Sale - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 12:32
Save on chargers, power banks, phone cases, laptop sleeves, magnetic wallets and much more.

The new Razer Blade 16 laptop will have world's first 16-inch 240Hz OLED display

Engadget - Thu, 2024-01-04 12:21

Razer is previewing two new Blade laptops, which it will officially unveil next week at CES 2024. The company says the new Razer Blade 16 has the world’s first 16-inch 240Hz OLED panel, and the updated Razer Blade 18 has an 18-inch 4K 165Hz one. It hasn’t revealed pricing or full specs yet, but Razer will roll out more details next week in Las Vegas.

The new Razer Blade 16 looks to improve on the display in last year’s model, which was already impressive. Razer says the OLED panel in the 2024 version was co-developed by Samsung Display. In addition to its QHD+ resolution and 240Hz refresh rate, it has a 0.2ms response time, and it’s VESA Certified ClearMR 11000, a standard that grades motion blur by its ratio of clear to blurry pixels. The panel has a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and its black levels will likely impress with VESA DisplayHDR True Black 500 certification.

Meanwhile, the 2024 Blade 18 moves from the 2023 model’s QHD, 240Hz panel to a 4K, 165Hz one. It has a 3ms response time with Nvidia G-Sync support and covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. 

Although Razer is withholding the devices’ full specs until their official CES 2024 reveal on Monday, it added that they’re built with high-grade CNC aluminum unibody construction, and they have a 16:10 aspect ratio, “up to” an 89 percent screen-to-body ratio and ultra-thin bezels. Both Razer Blade laptops are Calman Verified and have a color accuracy certification. They’re also individually calibrated in the factory.

Engadget will be on the ground in Las Vegas starting this weekend, and we’ll have the full details and hands-on impressions for both of the new Razer Blade laptops.

We're reporting live from CES 2024 in Las Vegas from January 6-12. Keep up with all the latest news from the show here.

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This Is the Best Time of Day to Exercise, According to Science - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 12:15
Morning, afternoon or evening? Here's what the research says on the best time to work out.

Microsoft's New AI Key Marks First Windows Keyboard Addition in 30 Years - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 12:10
The dedicated Copilot key is the biggest change since Microsoft introduced the Windows key in 1994.

Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon premieres globally on Apple TV+ on January 12

Engadget - Thu, 2024-01-04 11:59

Set your calendars. Martin Scorsese’s latest and greatest, Killers of the Flower Moon, is premiering globally on Apple TV+ in just over a week. The film drops on January 12. It was originally released in theaters on November 20, which means it’ll be 12 weeks before arriving on a streaming service, which has become fairly standard in recent years.

We knew this would drop on Apple TV+, as Apple Studios financed the film and arranged for theatrical distribution. We just didn’t know when, and now we do. Incidentally, this is the first Apple-financed film to get a wide theatrical release.

Killers of the Flower Moon is a great match for streaming, as it's well over three hours long, which made for some frantic trips to the theater bathroom once the credits rolled. The movie stars Lily Gladstone, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Jesse Plemons and is set in 1920s Oklahoma. The narrative is based on a true story and follows the serial murders of members of the Osage Nation tribe. There’s a lot more than that, but we ain’t about to start handing out spoilers like candy. Watch the movie. It’s good.

To that end, Killers of the Flower Moon has been nabbing up award nominations left and right, including 12 Critics Choice nominations and seven Golden Globe nominations. It was also named to the American Film Institute's list of Motion Pictures of the Year. Oscar nominations don’t drop until later this month, but it’s likely to make several appearances across multiple categories.

This is the biggest film to come from Apple Studios, but not the only notable release. Coda, another Apple original, actually won Best Picture at the 2021 Academy Awards. Apple is also behind Ridley Scott’s Napoleon and forthcoming releases by directors Jon Watts and Matthew Vaughn, among others.

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Space Heater Safety Guide: How to Run a Space Heater Without Risk of Fire - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 11:41
Space heaters provide extra warmth in winter, but they also pose a risk of fire that should be taken seriously.

You Can Save 66% on B&O's Beoplay Portal Headphones if You're Quick - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 11:19
Today only, you can get these Bang & Olufsen gaming headphones for just $170.

The 2023 Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet is cheaper than ever in a one-day sale

Engadget - Thu, 2024-01-04 11:04

Amazon’s Fire HD 10 tablet is on sale for just $80 for today only from QVC. This is the latest iteration, originally released in 2023, and ships with 32GB of storage. You also have your pick of various colorways, including green, lavender and black. The regular price on this tablet is $140, so this represents a discount of $60. Incidentally, the sale price of $80 matches what was found on Black Friday, so consider this a bit of a holiday extension.

This isn’t the lowest price ever for the Fire HD 10 tablet, but it's the lowest for the current eleventh-gen device. We’ve seen this tablet go on sale for $75, but that was for the 2021 release.

The Fire HD 10 is a capable tablet, considering the price, and is a great device for viewing streaming content, browsing the web and playing simple mobile games. It has a USB-C port, which is always nice, and a 2GHz octa-core processor. The HD touchscreen boasts a 1920x1200 resolution, there’s 3GB of RAM and a pair of HD cameras on the front and rear. You can also expand the storage via a microSD slot.

Is this an iPad Pro? Nope. Not even close. But it gets the job done. I used a Fire HD 10 as my primary content streaming device for years and it was just fine. The Wi-Fi was snappy, Alexa was helpful and the actual headphone jack made it so I didn’t have to go digging for an adapter just to have some privacy while I watched Netflix in bed. Again, this deal ends today.

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Our Favorite 2-in-1 Chromebook Tablet Is $100 Off Right Now - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 10:06
If you're looking to grab a laptop-tablet hybrid, the Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 is down to an excellent price.

Still Not Sure What an Air Fryer Is? Here's Everything You Need to Know - CNET

CNET News - Thu, 2024-01-04 10:01
Feeling air-fryer curious? We break the countertop cookers down, including how they work, what they're good for and how much you should pay for one.