Samsung’s Galaxy S21 lineup is already up to $200 off at several retailers


Samsung’s new line of Galaxy S21 smartphones launched less than two weeks ago, but Amazon, B&H Photo, and Best Buy have already marked down the phones to their lowest prices to date, with up to $200 in savings.

If the Galaxy S21 is the phone you’re looking for, you can grab an unlocked model with 128GB of storage for only $700 or a 256GB model for $750. It includes a 6.2-inch 1080p screen with refresh rates of up to 120Hz and is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. My colleague, Dieter Bohn, praised the Galaxy S21 in

The best Android TV box, again


If you haven’t picked up an Nvidia Shield TV over the last few years, you’ve been missing out. It’s an affordable, get-the-job-done Android TV box that continues to add new features years after release. The most recent update to a classic streaming box improves on the original and yet comes with a cheaper price tag. This is the 2019 Nvidia Shield TV review.

TL;DR: The new Shield TV is smaller and cheaper than the original but is 25% more powerful, has a better remote, and supports more native 4K and HDR content than any other streaming media device. It is

Chrome OS Developer mode: Here’s how to enable it


Google Pixelbook Go Review rear profile

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The big selling point of Chromebooks and Chrome OS is their inherent simplicity. Granted, the operating system has evolved significantly from its early days as a glorified browser. Offline features, support for Android apps, and Linux app compatibility have taken Chrome OS to a whole other level.

Chrome OS devices are getting more powerful and certainly more capable, allowing for a pretty good, albeit simple, PC experience. If you want to go beyond the basic capabilities of your Chromebook, though, you’ll have to enable Chrome OS Developer mode. This post will explain exactly how

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