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How was your 2022? Mine was pretty great, at least if we're talking tech. (The less said about viruses, hurricanes and politics, the better.) Before we jump into all the fun new stuff that 2023 will bring, let's pause to look back at some of the best tech products of the year. Out of the many, many I tested, the following 10 stand out as favorites.
The Bip 3 Pro continues a long tradition of amazingly good, amazingly inexpensive Amazfit watches. It's not perfect, but it's easy to recommend for anyone seeking wrist-based time, notifications, fitness tracking, health monitoring and much more. Oh, and its amazing battery life should leave Apple feeling very, very embarrassed.
If you can swing the cost and don't mind committing to a little learning and practice, the DJI Avata is a ridiculously fun way to fly like birds do — and to see what birds see. This combo kit includes not only the drone but also first-person-view goggles and a motion-sensitive handheld controller.
Why buy a laptop if you do all your work at a desk? The Mini IT11 packs a lot of power into its compact case, and you can use it with the keyboard and monitor of your choice. Unless you're a gamer, this should handle every home- and office-computing need you have.
If you're ready for a seriously big TV upgrade, the Hisense U7H brings 85 inches of home-theater goodness into your living room. With dazzling Quantum Dot color and a whopping 120 local dimming zones, this TV comes very close to rivaling OLED models that cost a lot more. You'll need a serious chunk of wall space or an extra-deep TV stand, but if you've got the accommodations, you'll love this supersize screen.
Amazon's newly updated e-reader is anything but entry-level, offering more storage, a better screen and a welcome dark mode. It's a great distraction-free reading tool, but you might want to wait for its inevitable sale pricing.
If money is no object (or your home is just really, really dirty), splurge on Roborock's super-versatile cleaner. It not only vacuums and mops, but it also self-empties its dustbin and water reservoir. I've tried a lot of robot vacuums over the years; I've yet to encounter one that works this well and requires so little human intervention.
I love this soundbar for two key reasons. First, it doubles as a high-end Roku streamer, great for anyone seeking an upgrade to their current streaming situation. Second, it's expandable, with a wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers available to better round out the sound. Even without those extras, though, this will greatly improve your TV audio experience.
The StormBox Blast has everything you would want from an outdoor Bluetooth speaker: easy portability (thanks, ’80s boombox–style handle), incredible battery life (up to 30 hours, which blows away the competition) and sound that, if I'm being honest, handily beats the Sonos Move in outdoor environments. Credit that to the two tweeters and two mid-woofers that combine to crank out a hefty 90 watts of audio goodness. Everything I played on the StormBox Blast just felt BIG.
Compact enough to sit on the arm of your couch, the Xgimi Elfin projects a sharp, bright picture on your wall. It automatically adjusts for keystone, size and focus — and it comes with Android already built in, so you can stream nearly everything (except Netflix, drat) right out of the box. This coupon deal won't last long, though.
Michelle Keegan, 35, was amongst the A-listers and royals lucky enough to attend the grand opening of the world's most luxury hotel - Atlantis The Royal in Dubai. The former Coronation Street actress and her husband Mark Wright joined the likes of Rochelle Humes, Lady Amelia Spencer and the Kardashians at the star-studded event, which saw Beyoncé give her first live performance in four years. Sharing a glimpse at the lavish sun-drenched week in paradise, Michelle posted a video for her 6.3 milli
Police officers have confirmed Britney Spears is safe after conducting a "wellness check". The popstar sparked concern among fans on Wednesday after she deactivated her Instagram account without warning. Later, a spokesperson from Ventura County Sheriff's Office in California confirmed that Britney was fine after an officer reached out to check on her wellbeing. "I can confirm that we did get calls into our dispatch, and essentially, I can confirm that we don't believe that Britney Spears is in
Rita Ora became more confident in her songwriting skills while making her third album. The I Will Never Let You Down singer was more involved in the songwriting process during this album cycle because she felt more confident about suggesting her ideas for tracks. "With this album, I've just been very brave and confident. I've written a lot of songs on this album, I've been in every session, and if not, I've altered songs to fit me. I've never done that before with any album: really done all the
If two members of the Gestapo hadn't momentarily turned their backs for a cigarette break in 1939, Ruth Posner probably would not be speaking with me today. Born in Warsaw in 1930 to secular Jewish parents, Ruth began her extraordinary life under an increasing veil of antisemitism. Now, the Holocaust survivor sits in her study, a room lined with posters and clippings from her acting days, as well as a towering bookshelf – a nod to her lifelong trade in storytelling. Actress, dancer and Holocaust
Channing Tatum has no qualms about telling his daughter about his past as a stripper. The actor worked as a stripper at a nightclub in the late '90s but quit when he moved to Miami and was discovered by a talent scout, with his experiences inspiring his 2012 movie Magic Mike. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Channing noted that he will one day discuss working as a stripper with his daughter Everly, nine, whom he shares with ex-wife Jenna Dewan. "When she's old enough to watch (the mov
NCIS: LA fans were devastated when CBS announced that the show would be coming to an end following its 14th season. The final episode is set to air on 14 May 2023, and while viewers still have a few months before they have to say goodbye to the Los Angeles branch, they have already made their predictions on how the show might end. WATCH: NCIS stars Tim and Delilah's best moments Taking to Twitter, many suggested that a fitting ending to the drama would see Hetty Lange make her long-awaited retur
'Pitchfork' reports that Nicks has added solo North American tour dates in between her co-headlining shows with Billy Joel this year. All together, she will be performing 23 shows. Nicks will start in California in March and wrap in Minneapolis in November. The shows will mark Nicks' first performances since the death of her Fleetwood Mac bandmate, Christine McVie. McVie died at the age of 79 after a short battle with an illness in November. Nicks later took to social media to pay tribute to her dear friend.