Item tracking for Apple fans Apple AirTags Pro tracking Tile Pro Apple AirTags are affordable item trackers that integrate directly with the Find My app. You can personalize and accessorize it, replace the battery yourself, and it has many built-in security and privacy features. It utilizes Bluetooth LE, U1 ultra-wideband, and NFC. From $29 at Apple Tile Pro has a mighty 400-foot Bluetooth range and is tough and durable. It is equipped with Tile's loudest alarm, has a large user network, and has a user-replaceable battery. However, you need Tile Premium for certain features. $35 at Amazon When it comes to Apple AirTags vs. Tile Pro , we think the new AirTags are the better choice for Apple users. There's a lot to love about seamless Find My integration, a huge user base ready to go, and other great features like Precision Finding with an iPhone 11 or iPhone 12 and the U1 chip. Apple AirTags vs Tile Pro: The full breakdown Source: iMore … [Read more...] about Apple AirTags vs Tile Pro: Which should you buy?
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Today's vacuum cleaners have moved well beyond the bulky, unwieldy appliances they once were. Modern machines are lightweight, cordless and powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. Many can handle different types of flooring, from hardwood to thick carpets. And they often come with useful attachments to help with more chores around the house. One company in particular saw this trend coming. Dyson was the first to pioneer this field with a series of capable -- and pricey -- Cyclone V series stick vacs. Other companies have since followed suit, and now sell cordless vacuums of their own. Some have even shamelessly cloned Dyson products. Others are distinctive new riffs on the cordless vacuum, with innovative features all their own. Read more: Best robot vacuum of 2021: iRobot Roomba, Neato and more We then put them all through a rigorous battery of floor-care tests on hard flooring, carpet and other surfaces. The process took over 150 hours to complete. It also … [Read more...] about Best cordless vacuum for 2021: Bissell, Hoover, Moosoo, Shark, Dyson and more
Photo-Illustration: by Vulture; Photos by A24, Netflix and Fox Searchlight Pictures It has been a very long road to the 93rd Academy Awards, and we probably don’t need to remind you of the reasons why . This weekend’s delayed April Oscars was not producers’ original plan (it probably wasn’t their sixth plan, frankly), and this will hopefully be the last time we stretch any awards season out this long. But at the end of the day, here we are, together at last, ready to see awards handed out in 23 categories, among a total of 56 nominated feature-length and short films. Watching all these nominated films has been an undertaking, though thankfully this year’s nominees were all much more available on streaming and VOD than ever before. Now, at the end of the longest Oscars season in history, it’s time to rank every single one of the nominated films, from 56th to first. This year’s crop of Oscar nominees is mostly very good (there’s no shame in being the 42nd-best movie … [Read more...] about Every 2021 Oscar-Nominated Movie, Ranked
REPORT - KKR V CSK by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Share Tweet Sam Curran got rid of hard-hitting Andre Russell © BCCI/IPL Kolkata Knight Riders' wait to win a game at the Wankhede continued despite their incredibly-determined batting duo of Andre Russell and Pat Cummins. Chennai Super Kings rode on Faf du Plessis's 95*, bowling efforts from Deepak Chahar (4 for 29) and Lungi Ngidi (3 for 28), and just about enough runs in the bank (220/3) to record their third straight win in the tournament. Let's get to Russell first. What did he do? Chasing 221, Kolkata Knight Riders lost half their side by the sixth over and were looking set to suffer an NRR-sapping defeat. Deepak Chahar rattled them in the chase with another four-fer, but Russell and Dinesh Karthik were set on not letting CSK run away with the game. The pair added 81 off just 36 balls, with Russell getting 54 from 22 to suddenly change the complexion of the … [Read more...] about CSK prevail despite Russell-Cummins show
Every so often in tech there's a changing of the guard, a symbolic passing of the baton, from one technology to the next – and the Canon EOS R3 is that moment for its DSLRs. The EOS R3 is currently only a 'development announcement', but we know enough about the mirrorless flagship – including its 30fps burst shooting powers – to get a sense of what kind of camera it is. And that's a camera that will put a final lens cap on Canon's DSLR cameras, consigning them to a role as background bokeh balls rather than photographic focal points. Today's Canon DSLRs will continue to be trusty companions that are cherished by many, and rightly so. But the photographic world has moved on, and the EOS R3 is significant because it pushes the last remaining DSLR die-hards – pro sports snappers – emphatically towards the fully digital experience of mirrorless cameras. And for Canon's DSLRs, there's no going back from here. These are the best Canon cameras you can buy right now … [Read more...] about Why the Canon EOS R3 marks the end of Canon DSLRs