The cat’s out of the bag: most people prefer watching TV through on-demand apps instead of their clunky old cable TV boxes — and cable TV subscription costs are way too high. Who wants to pay for a bunch of channels they’ll never watch that are only available on a box that’s hard to use and comes with a rental fee?
The secret’s out: sitting all day is bad for your health, and if you spend most of your workday at a desk, it’s better to get a standing desk. Whether you’re looking to alleviate back pain, lower your risk of heart disease, or simply update your workspace, a standing desk is an easy investment to make in yourself and your career.
You've probably heard the phrase "new year, new you." Now, there's no need to completely change yourself, but the new year is a great time for a fresh start and a little sprinkling of self-improvement. If you regularly forget important appointments, can never find anything you're looking for, and have a pile of laundry that can be seen from space, it might be time to improve your organizational skills.
Leaving home to move into an assisted-living facility can be difficult, but sometimes we all need a little extra help. It might seem like a huge upheaval at first, but you can do a range of things to transform an assisted-living room into something much more homey.
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), can include a broad range of strengths and challenges. People with autism may suffer difficulties with social, speech, and communication skills and may exhibit some repetitive behaviors.
2018 was a good year for the Xbox One, as gamers enjoyed sailing the Sea of Thieves, racing in Forza Horizon 4, and surviving the end of the world with State of Decay 2, but 2019 is looking to be an incredible year for Xbox fans. There’s something for everyone coming to Xbox One in 2019, and we believe the list below is just the tip of the iceberg. If these video games catch your attention, don’t forget that many of them are already available for preorder!
Board games are more popular than ever, even in this age of screens and streaming. In 2017, over 3,500 new board games were published, and this number is likely to increase as more people discover the joy of analog games.
Cats seem like self-sufficient pets at first glance: they groom themselves, they don’t need to go on long walks, and they sleep for 12 to 16 hours a day. However, anyone who loves their feline friend will tell you that cats require just as much attention and care as dogs, especially during the coldest months of the year.
As January rolls along, merchants are continuing to roll out money-saving prices on almost any type of product imaginable. Items to help you in the kitchen, keep you warm, remind you of spring, and entertain you are just a few that you will find on sale this week.
LAS VEGAS — At BestReviews, we’re on a never-ending quest to find the best products available to consumers just like you. That’s why we went to CES, the world’s largest conference for consumer electronics and tech products, to find all of the items on the cutting edge of advancement that you will find useful in making daily life simpler, easier, and more efficient.
In the automotive world, technology progresses so quickly that cars rival phones in how fast they become outdated. You can buy a vehicle today that communicates with other cars, talks to city infrastructure, connects to smart home devices, and nearly drives itself. The craziest part is these technologies were unheard of just five or so years ago, and with the amount automakers are investing in automation and artificial intelligence, the industry is showing no signs of slowing.
LAS VEGAS — CES is officially under way, with thousands of consumer electronics being displayed in massive venues all across the Las Vegas strip. We narrowed it down to a few favorites we think are both useful and innovative, covering every type of consumer.
Kids who enjoy reading are likely to turn into adults who regularly read for pleasure. Regular reading also improves literacy and stands children in good stead for high school and college, where they'll do plenty of it as they study.
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