Just because Apple’s wireless AirPods cost a whopping $160 doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune on a Bluetooth headset. Indeed, you can snap up a sweet-sounding pair of wireless headphones or earbuds for your iPhone or Android phone for no more than $30. Read on for five of my most recent picks. Read More
It’s easy to tap “Yes” whenever Safari for iPhone or iPad asks whether you’d like to save a web password you just entered. But what happens to all those passwords once you’ve saved them, and how do you edit or delete them? Read More
Generally speaking, over-ear Bose headphones are hard to come by for anything less than $150—and indeed, you can spend a whopping $700 on a Bose headset if you really want. That makes this steeply discounted pair of Bose headphones worth a listen.
On sale for $90, the Bose SoundTrue “around-ear” headphones boast a padded headband, “memory-foam” earcups, an inline iPhone remote, and that signature Bose sound. Nope, they’re not wireless, but they’re Bose, so… Read More
Shopping for more storage space? Well, anything below $80 for a two-terabyte portable drive is a pretty good deal, which makes this $74 drive from Toshiba worth a serious look.
The slim and trim Toshiba Canvio Premium boasts a full 2TB in storage, perfect for a huge archive of HD videos or backing up your entire PC or Mac, while its USB 3.0 interface makes for super-speedy file transfers. An Amazon “deal of the day,” the Canvio’s $74 price tag probably won’t stick around beyond today, the 15th of February. Read More
Whether you’re annoyed by the clutter of windows on your Mac desktop, or you’re just looking for an easier way to drag files from one folder to another, listen up: I’ve got a bunch of nifty Mac folder tricks for you to try, and they’re all based on one of the Mac’s most overlooked features. Read More
No Bluetooth in your car? No problem, so long as your car stereo has a standard 3.5mm audio jack. Just plug in this TaoTronics Bluetooth receiver ($16 on Amazon), pair it with your iPhone or Android phone, and start streaming music in your car.
About the size of a Zippo lighter, TaoTronics’s Bluetooth receiver boasts 7 hours of battery life, and it’s compatible with pretty much any car radio or home stereo system with a typical 3.5mm auxiliary audio input. Read More
On sale for just $30 (a whopping $50 savings), Bluedio’s T3 Bluetooth headphones boasts a comfy on-ear design, “extra bass” speakers, virtual surround sound, and 20 hours of battery life. Just pair the T3 headset (available in red, black and white) with your iPhone or Android phone, slip on the earcups and press play. Also in the box: a USB charging cable and a drawstring carrying bag. Read More