Today, April 13, the Ultimate Fighting Championship is heading down to Atlanta for the fourth time in history, and MMA fans are looking forward to one of the most highly anticipated pay-per-view events of the year. UFC 236: Holloway vs. Poirier 2 will feature two interim championship fights on the main card, and if you want to watch the event online, then you can catch all the action on ESPN+ (with a big discount available for new subscribers). Read on to find out how. For UFC 236, we’ll be seeing current featherweight champion Max Halloway taking on Dustin Poirier for the lightweight title, with middleweights Israel Adesanya and Kelvin Gastelum duking it out for the middleweight belt as the co-main event. As ESPN now holds the broadcasting rights to UFC content for 2019, that’s the only place you can watch this year’s big matches — including pay-per-view events like UFC 236: Holloway vs. Poirier 2 — and if you want to do it online, ESPN+ is where the … [Read more...] about UFC 236: How to watch Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier 2 with ESPN+ PPV
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Wi-Fi dead spots can be pretty frustrating, but mesh systems are here to help, creating blanket Wi-Fi coverage for your home. Of course, getting this kind of coverage can be pretty pricey, but today the Netgear Orbi mesh Wi-Fi system, which includes a router and two satellite extenders, is $210 on Amazon when you check the coupon box. Earlier this week, we noted that it was on sale for $250, down from a list price of $300, but this coupon makes it another $40 cheaper from even that awesome price. So, yeah, we just had to share.To be perfectly accurate, the Orbi isn’t technically a mesh system. It’s a closely related hub-and-spoke system, but you shouldn’t worry about terminology, because this system just plain works. It can provide Wi-Fi coverage for your entire home (up to 6,000 square feet) by using connected Orbi satellites to extend coverage. Though this set comes with two satellites, you can add more to the system to extend that coverage even further. Each … [Read more...] about Netgear’s Orbi mesh Wi-Fi system just got insanely cheaper: 30% price drop
One of the most highly anticipated pay-per-view events of the year is set for this Saturday, April 13. Featuring two interim championships at the top of the card, UFC 236 is heading down to Atlanta for only the fourth time in history. In the main event, Max Holloway taking on Dustin Poirier for the 155 -pound interim lightweight championship. And in the other key fight, Israel Adesanya and Kelvin Gastelum will be battling for the interim middleweight title. If you want to catch these fights, you can prepurchase the entire event exclusively on ESPN Plus. Traditionally, pay-per-view events have been primarily available for purchase through your TV service provider, but that has started to change. Starting with UFC 236: Holloway vs. Poirier 2, fans will be able to watch all Ultimate Fighting Championship events exclusively on ESPN Platforms. This includes ESPN Plus, which is a fairly new premium streaming service for all things sports. This service offers pre- and post-event coverage, … [Read more...] about UFC 236: How to watch Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirer with ESPN Plus pay-per-view
Following our coverage into Nvidia’s laptop RTX GPUs, so far we've looked at the GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q and the RTX 2060 for laptops. Today we're reviewing the RTX 2080 Max-Q which is supposed to be a decent amount faster than the GPUs we’ve looked at so far. As an "RTX 2080" part, this discrete GPU is using a Turing die complete with 2944 CUDA cores, 368 Tensor cores and 46 ray tracing cores. But that’s where the similarities between the RTX 2080 Max-Q and the desktop RTX 2080 end. To bring what is normally a 215W GPU down into the 80W range for slim and light laptops, Nvidia has had to significantly underclock the GPU, with the base clock now sitting at just 735 MHz compared to 1515 MHz, while the boost clock hits 1095 MHz. We’ve talked about how Nvidia’s laptop GPU naming scheme for the GeForce 20 series can be a bit misleading. While Nvidia has differentiated this part from the regular desktop card through its name, slapping Max-Q on the end to let you … [Read more...] about Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q Review
Our pick The biggest iPhone Right now, the Galaxy Note 9 is probably the best Android phone in the world. It's got everything you need to get work done, play games for hours, and do a bit of creative writing or drawing with the S Pen. The camera is awesome, battery life is insanely good, and there's a headphone jack. $980 at Amazon Pros Big, beautiful screen. Samsung's software is nicely optimized for both two- and one-handed use. Great dual camera. Awesome battery life. S Pen improvements are meaningful and practical. Headphone jack and other useful amenities. Cons Expensive. Bixby and its button are industrial bloatware. Camera struggles in low light. The iPhone XS Max has the biggest screen on an iPhone yet, and while that may please people looking for a big iPhone, iOS 12 doesn't take advantage of that extra real estate. $1,099 at Apple Pros Huge, awesome OLED display. Face ID is fantastic and secure. iOS is just plain fast. App quality still better on iPhones. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs. iPhone XS Max: Which should you buy?