Building a reliable home network takes a lot of work, especially if you live in a large home with a bunch of people. You have to worry about the placement of the router, the amount of devices connecting to the network, the cost of your Internet package vs. how much data you actually need — it’s a real hassle. More →
Even with nearly a decade of experience under our belt, we still haven’t perfected touchscreen controls on our iPhones. There are some games that handle the touch-based control scheme better than others, but it’s always a shame to cover up a portion of the screen with our smudgy fingers.
That’s why it might finally be time to pick up a Bluetooth controller. More →
Here at BGR, we try to point you in the direction of good deals as often as we possibly can. Whether it’s sleek cases for your MacBook or enormous 4K televisions for your living room, we’re always on the lookout. Today, we decided to pick out three affordable Bluetooth headsets from Amazon that you won’t mind wearing in public. More →
We all know how important it is to keep our laptops safe and secure, but there’s no need to sacrifice style in order to do so. Today, we’ve decided to share three fashionable cases from Amazon that will keep your MacBook safe in your backpack or briefcase and maybe catch the eye of your colleagues when you arrive at work. More →
Amazon Studios has an interesting new pilot that’s currently available to Prime members called The Man in the High Castle — based on the Philip K. Dick 1962 novel with the same name and produced by Ridley Scott — that imagines what the U.S. would look like following a different end to World War 2. Instead of the Allies winning the war, the Axis powers have prevailed, dividing America between them. More →
In just a few short days, the biggest television event of the year will be upon us. That’s right — a bunch of very expensive commercials occasionally interrupted by two football teams, one of which just won the Super Bowl last year and another that seems to have cheated its way in. But no matter what you’re watching for, you’re going to want to have a big TV. More →
Your smartphone, your tablet and your laptop all play music, but none of the speakers in your home are compatible with Bluetooth. You don’t want to waste money on a brand new speaker, because the one you own is perfectly fine… other than the whole Bluetooth thing. It’s about time you looked into picking up a Bluetooth audio adapter. More →
Amazing but true: Amazon has created a product that’s even stinkier than the Fire Phone. GigaOM reports that Amazon has already pulled its Amazon Elements Soft and Cozy Diapers that it released just six weeks ago. The diapers were apparently pulled after Amazon listened to “early customer feedback” about them and it told early buyers that they’d be invited to try out future diapers whenever they became available. More →
Here at BGR, we try to cover all of the latest advancements in the world of technology, but occasionally it’s fun to take a look back at the devices that we’ve replaced over the years. Today, we wanted to share with you a few items we found on Amazon that harken back to a simpler time, when retro chic was just chic. More →
Every once in a while, money just starts to burn a hole in your pocket. You could always save that money for something more important, but the temptation to purchase something fun for yourself is overwhelming. Today, we’re going to make it even harder to stop yourself from adding another item to your cart with these ridiculously cool gadgets on Amazon. More →
Admit it — you’re more likely to use the panorama feature to see if you can stretch one of your friends the length of a room than to capture a beautiful sunset. Being able to take panorama shots with the iPhone is a fun diversion, but without a proper stand, you’re unlikely to ever create a perfect panorama.
That’s where these two affordable gadgets come in. More →
Having made its mark on the television industry with a win at the Golden Globes this year, Amazon is looking to expand to even larger screens in the future. According to a press release published on Monday, Amazon will begin production on its first slate of movies in 2015, with the intention of bringing 12 original films to theaters every year. More →