Tag Archive: Cheap

Airbnb has revolutionized the way we travel by allowing people to rent rooms on the fly in 190 countries around the world. Now that President Barack Obama is finally opening U.S. relations with Cuba, Airbnb is taking over Havana and… Read more ›

You can AirBnB these commie crashpads in Cuba for cheap

AirBnB has revolutionized the way people travel by allowing people rent rooms on the fly in 190 countries around the world. Now that Obama is finally opening US relations with Cuba, AirBnB is taking over Havana and other cities in… Read more ›

The tech world is completely aghast at the price of the gold Apple Watch Edition, which starts at $ 10,000 but is more likely to set buyers back $ 17,000 (plus tax!). The pricing is baking everyone’s noodles. We can’t wrap our… Read more ›

We still don’t know the exact launch date of the Apple Watch — other than it’s shipping in April — but if you just can’t wait to load up on accessories for your Apple wearable, the first Apple Watch dock… Read more ›

A couple months ago, we wrote about the Continuity Activation Tool, an app that hacks Continuity into older Macs that can’t support Handoff, Instant Hotspot, and AirDrop by default. The only problem? It was rough: you needed to physically break… Read more ›

Working Apple-1 goes (kind of) cheap at auction

A working Apple-1 computer has sold at a Christie’s auction for $ 365,000: more than 600x the $ 600 that was paid for it back in July 1976, when it was bought from Steve Jobs. While the figure is certainly sizeable, however,… Read more ›

ICYMI: Build a hot gaming hackintosh on the cheap

This week, let’s build ourselves one hot gaming rig on the cheap. And, while we’re at it, let’s fix those annoying phone calls through to our Macs and iPads, check out a gift guide for cool creatives, and dirty secrets… Read more ›

My mission to build a powerful gaming Hackintosh for $ 650 — $ 50 less than Apple’s midrange Mac mini — is almost complete. In Part 1 of this guide, I covered the components I purchased for my build and recommended extras… Read more ›

I recently decided it was time to get a proper desktop computer. I needed it predominantly for work, but I wanted it to be powerful enough to play the latest games in 1080p without worrying about stuttering or terrible frame… Read more ›

Apple and Google are very interested in taking over the U.S. education market from Microsoft, but when it comes to capturing marketshare, the Chromebook is teaching Apple an important lesson: Price matters. For the first time ever, Google has passed… Read more ›