The pocket-sized Pax Era Pro cannabis vaporizer includes a new PodID feature that allows users to read more about the cartridge they inserted in their device through the PAX app. The Pax Era Pro is available starting for $70 on Pax’s website, as well as at licensed retailers.
If you’re still struggling to find the perfect gift this holiday season a new Google site might be able to help. Google is launching Google Shopping 100 today, a microsite that highlights the top 100 trending products on Google in the United States.
Apple may be planning to release four to six products over the next few years with mini-LED displays, according to respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The products will likely include a high-end 12.9-inch iPad Pro and a 16-inch MacBook Pro.
The brother of infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar is taking on Samsung with a new foldable smartphone called the Escobar Fold 1. He also has his sights set on suing Apple next year. Similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, the Escobar 1 features a flexible screen that allows users to fold it into a tablet.
If you’re considering giving someone a gaming table as a gift this holiday season there are a ton of great options out there this Black Friday and Cyber Monday at some pretty solid prices. Here are a few of our favorites.
Arcade machines can be fun to play on your own or have on hand in your game room when you’re hosting a party. While an arcade game can mean something with a larger cabinet that takes up a good amount of space in your room, you can also find some great options these days with a smaller profile.
Star Wars is a franchise that’s popular with children young and old. This Black Friday there are a lot of deals to be had on Star Wars toys, some deals that are likely to extend into Cyber Monday as well.
Monopoly is one of those games that almost everyone has a fun memory of playing. While we all likely started playing as a thimble or race car on a quest to own Boardwalk and Park Place, now there are a number of other versions of the iconic game out there that are worth a look.
Frozen 2 officially premiers in theaters on November 22nd, which means if the Frozen fever hasn’t hit your house for the second time yet, consider yourself warned: winter is coming. If you need to stock up on Frozen gifts, here are some great options.
Following months of mystery surrounding vaping-related illnesses and deaths, Apple has made the decision to remove all vaping-related apps from the App Store. Already downloaded apps will continue to work, but apps can no longer be downloaded or updated.
Google is bringing Google Maps and Google Translate a little closer together by adding part of Translate to Google Maps. You can tap on a button within Google Maps to have the name of your destination and the address read out in the local language. It will be available to users over the next month in over 50 languages.
Google is reportedly working alongside one of the nation's largest health care systems to collect and analyze the personal health information of Americans across 21 states. The joint effort with the St. Louis-based company Ascension began last year, but increased dramatically over this summer and fall.
Paul Rudd will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for yet another outing as Ant-Man, the shrinking (and growing) superhero, joined by series director Peyton Reed. This will be the 5th movie where Rudd has portrayed the character. It's not clear yet if Evangeline Lilly will return as his partner, the Wasp.
Tesla founder Elon Musk is “going offline,” or at least that’s what he posted online. On Friday morning. Musk tweeted “Not sure about good of Twitter” followed by “Reddit still seems good,” and then finally “Going offline.”
If you’re a Google Chrome user, you should update the browser immediately. Google released a software update to the browser late yesterday evening that patches two zero-day vulnerabilities to the browser that could potentially allow the browser to be hijacked back hackers.
The U.S. government has launched a national security investigation into the popular app TikTok. The national security review is specifically looking into the China-based company’s acquisition of the app Musical.ly. TikTok purchased the company for $1 billion roughly two years ago.
Apple is working on creating its own Bluetooth tracker, similar to Tile. Reportedly called “AirTags,” the devices are expected to be small round circles that can be attached to items and then tracked through Apple’s “Find My” app similar to how you might track a lost iPhone or iPad.
One day you might get emergency alerts through streaming services like Netflix and Spotify. A bipartisan bill was reintroduced in the Senate to require audio and video streaming services to display emergency alerts while you’re watching or listening to them.
Along with announcing Uber Cash Monday, Uber shared a few more details about its plans to bring drone delivery to Uber Eats. Uber unveiled the design for the drones at the Forbes 30 under 30 summit. The drones will have rotating wings with six rotors and will be able to take off and land vertically.
Uber announced a new division of its business Monday called Uber Money, a digital wallet and debit and credit card aimed at drivers on its platform. The new financial products are designed to help drivers get paid faster, and manage money better. The debit account doesn’t require a minimum balance or have overdraft fees.
HBO Max will reportedly have a cheaper, ad-supported tier in 2021, making it the first HBO product to include commercials. According to Reuters, the ad-supported version of HBO Max would launch roughly one year after the launch of HBO Max, which will be an ad-free subscription service.
Bowflex has a new indoor bike that might potentially give Peloton a run for its money. The Bowflex C6 cycling bike offers a connected biking experience at less than half the price of Peloton’s offering, making it a more affordable solution for someone who wants an indoor bicycle.
Apple removed 17 apps from the App Store this week after researchers discovered that the apps were infected with malware. The apps in question were discovered by mobile security company Wandera and were published by the company AppAspect Technologies.
Now you can get Beyond Meat somewhere entirely new: Dunkin’. The doughnut chain has announced the nationwide rollout of a new Beyond Sausage sandwich. You can try a free sample on November 8 and 9 while supplies last. Dunkin' joins fast-food chains across the country in offering plant-based meat.
TikTok has reportedly removed around two dozen accounts from its platform after they posted extremist propaganda in the app, specifically promoting the work of ISIS. Several of the accounts had reached over 1,000 followers before they were removed from the platform.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a conference call on Monday to discuss abuse and election interference on the platform. He detailed a number of different initiatives the social network has implemented and is launching to help prevent interference in the 2020 presidential election.
Drone delivery has officially started in the United States. Wing officially went into operation this week. The drone delivery service will be delivering over-the-counter medication, as well as snacks and gifts, to people who live and work in the town of Christiansburg, Virginia.
Remember that epic Equifax hack from 2017? As it turns out, the company actually made it pretty easy for hackers to get in. A recent filing in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia points out a few of the company’s missteps that might have led to the breach.
Gradient is a viral new photo app that takes a picture of your face and tells you what celebrity you look like. After being out for barely a week, the app has been downloaded more than 1 million times. Here's what you need to know about the app -- including whether it's safe to share your face with it.
In light of AB5, a new California law that will require Uber to classify its drivers as employees, The Washington Post has uncovered a long history of the rideshare company referring to drivers instead as independent, third-party transportation providers in various court cases.
The attorney general of Massachusetts long with a congressional committee is looking into whether bots are responsible for a number of social media posts about e-cigarettes that may have misled customers about the health and safety risks of using those vaping devices.
Some patients who have been hospitalized for vaping-related illnesses are now being hospitalized a second time. The hospital readmissions can take place anywhere between five days and 55 days from discharge, The Washington Post reports. Currently, the reason for the relapses is unknown.
Despite Google’s consistent public stance that it supports political action regarding climate change, the company has reportedly made a number of “substantial” contributions to more than a dozen organizations that are well known as climate change deniers, The Guardian reports.
Dyson announced their newest purifying fan today, a device capable of not only cooling a room but heating it as well. The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Cryptomic is the company's first device to continuously destroy formaldehyde that’s been released into the air in your home from household items.