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  • Framework, Google partnership = repairable Chromebook, starting at $999

    Framework, Google partnership = repairable Chromebook, starting at $999

    Framework has partnered with Google to produce a repairable and upgradable Chromebook for the North American market starting at $999. The Framework Chromebook uses the hardware from the company’s other laptops and Google’s simplistic and powerful ChromeOS software. The laptop is available for pre-order today starting at $999 for the Canadian and the US markets […]

  • LTT Screwdriver comes close to the top in Project Farm testing

    LTT Screwdriver comes close to the top in Project Farm testing

    Now that the LTT Screwdriver is in the hands of the very first customers, reviews and tests are starting to release. Today we’ll be looking at comparison from Project Farm that sees the LTT Screwdriver compete with thirteen other ratcheting screwdrivers. The LTT Screwdriver has been years in the making, with many challenges that were […]

  • Framework Laptop now available in Australia, from $1,079

    Framework Laptop now available in Australia, from $1,079

    After teasing the news last week, Framework has now officially opened Framework Laptop pre-orders in Australia. The laptop is set to start shipping next month, October, and decreased pricing of the 11th Gen Intel Mainboards. Pre-order Framework now Framework’s Laptop is available for pre-order right now. All you have to do is select your configuration […]

  • Framework Laptop is coming to Australia soon!

    Framework Laptop is coming to Australia soon!

    Framework, the creator of the Framework Laptop, a repair-friendly laptop has announced it will expand to Australia next and are currently finalising its logistics infrastructure. Update: Framework Laptop now available in Australia, from $1,079 Framework in Australia In an email newsletter sent out earlier today, possibly only to those that have asked to be notified […]

  • Lenovo’s LEGION brand isn’t a fan of Framework’s 3D printed power button

    Lenovo’s LEGION brand isn’t a fan of Framework’s 3D printed power button

    In a tweet sent out by Framework yesterday, the company shared that Lenovo lawyers aren’t too fond of Framework’s 3D printed case’s power button design, suggesting it looks too similar to Lenovo’s LEGION brand and may cause confusion. LEGION vs Framework’s power button? Taking a look at the tweet and the image shared, Lenovo’s lawyers […]

  • A full list of Android apps with Material You themed icons

    A full list of Android apps with Material You themed icons

    With the release of Android 13, Google has introduced the ability for third-party apps to take advantage of its Material You themed icons first introduced in Android 12. What are themed icons? As an extension of Google’s Adaptive icons standard app developers can now update their app icons to match the theme of an Android […]

  • How to remove Gmail’s new blue theme

    How to remove Gmail’s new blue theme

    Google recently updated Gmail to match its Material You theming giving the email client a blue theme by default, which hasn’t been a favourite for many. Luckily, Google didn’t remove the ability to change the active theme, giving you control over Gmail’s new look. What’s the new blue theme? Gmail’s new blue theme is a […]

  • How to enable Google AdSense Ad blocking recovery

    How to enable Google AdSense Ad blocking recovery

    Google AdSense now features an Ad blocking recovery system, giving publishers a number of options when dealing with readers using ad blockers. This new feature is super simple and fast to implement, so let’s take a look. What is Ad blocking recovery? Google’s latest tool for AdSense, Ad blocking recovery (ABR) allows publishers to use […]

  • Printables, the best place to get 3D prints online

    Printables, the best place to get 3D prints online

    Printables by Josef Průša and the Prusa team is arguably the best place on the internet to download, upload, and collaborate on 3D prints with the rest of the community. After being in beta for the last few years, under the prusaprinters.org website, Printables was released to the public earlier this year. Since the beta […]

  • Prusa 3D introduces the Original Prusa Enclosure

    Prusa 3D introduces the Original Prusa Enclosure

    Prusa 3D has released an enclosure for its popular Original Prusa i3 MK3S+ 3D printer. The modular enclosure helps to create a stable environment for your 3D printer. For those wondering, a version for the smaller Original Prusa MINI+ is in the works and coming soon. Feature set The heated enclosure allows for improved prints […]

  • Build a Framework laptop, desktop with mainboard availability

    Build a Framework laptop, desktop with mainboard availability

    Framework has made the Framework Laptop‘s mainboard available via its Marketplace, allowing anyone to build their own Framework PC or upgrade their current system. Framework Laptop mainboard You can now purchase the Framework Laptop’s mainboard via the company’s marketplace webstore. All three mainboard models, i5-1135G7, i7-1165G7, and i7-1185G7, are available right now for those in […]

  • How to run ChromeOS on your Raspberry Pi 4 or Pi 400 in 2022

    How to run ChromeOS on your Raspberry Pi 4 or Pi 400 in 2022

    Along with everything else it can do you can run a fork of ChromeOS on your Raspberry Pi 4 called FydeOS, giving you the Google experience in a tiny package. FydeOS: things to know You will need a MicroSD card with at least 16GB of space on it. The MicroSD card will be wiped during […]

  • YouTube Studio app receives major update

    YouTube Studio app receives major update

    The YouTube Studio app has seen a major update and overhaul after being neglected for years. The update is welcomed by all channels after it was first announced last year. We’re super excited to share that we recently redesigned the YouTube Studio mobile app from the ground up. With a new interface that allows you […]

  • A 78% smaller Mac Mini is here! Not thanks to Apple

    A 78% smaller Mac Mini is here! Not thanks to Apple

    Ever wanted a smaller M1 Mac Mini from Apple? 78% smaller to be exact. Snazzy Labs over on YouTube has gone ahead and created a smaller Mac Mini, while keeping all functionality and even beat Apple in adding MagSafe. As small form factor lovers our self and after recently building a similar Ryzen-based system for […]

  • Easily check if your games are Steam Deck compatible

    Easily check if your games are Steam Deck compatible

    With the Valve Steam Deck days away, Valve has released a new store page that tells you if your Steam library is compatible. A much-needed feature that will save you money if you are planning to get a Steam Deck but have no compatible games. Your Library on (Steam) Deck The new page on the […]