Kim Key

About the author

Kim Key is a tech and culture writer living in Atlanta, Georgia. She started her career in local tv news, then spent several years with CNN Sports where she covered major events like the Olympics, the World Cup, the Masters, the Superbowl and the NBA Finals. Currently Kim is a freelance writer covering everything from video games to modern psychology. She has a degree in Broadcast News from the University of Georgia.

The Advantages of Gig Speed for Gaming

From "CS:GO" to "Among Us," whether you play on a PS5 or a PC, games are fun when you can play with other people. But lagging console or computer connections put a damper on the good times and can bring your multiplayer gaming session to a halt. Having gigabit

Finally! Organize All Those Photos and Videos Online

Between mobile devices, hard drives, the cloud and old scrapbooks, there are a lot of places to store photos and videos. But storing doesn’t mean they're in any kind of order. And it can be almost impossible to find those just-right photos for a wedding, an anniversary, a reunion

5 Virtual Classes Your Kids Can Take This Summer

If your children have been virtual learning this year, they've gotten pretty comfortable with online classes. Summer can be a great time to switch things up with online instruction. Start by choosing classes based on what they love. Below are popular subjects topping this summer’s list of online learning

Smart Tech for Your Clever Cat

You’ve programmed your lights, you can turn on the TV with your voice and a robot cuts the lawn for you. With all these smart home devices, why are you still changing your cat’s litter box by hand? Having a smart home means you can automate a lot of

5 Smart Yard Devices That Let You Sit Back and Enjoy Summer

According to the team at House Method, depending on the type of lawn mower you have, you could spend anywhere from 7 to 47 full days of your life mowing the lawn. And that includes your precious weekends.There's good news: We are living in "the future" and that means

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Great Smart Gear for Your Good Dog

If you spoil your pet, you’re not alone. According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA) in 2020 Americans spent an estimated $99 billion on their pets. APPA’s surveys show that 67% of U.S. households own a pet, and 63.4 million people have at least one dog.Smart accessories are

5 Family-Friendly Role-Playing Games To Play Online

Ready to get the family together even if you’re many miles apart? Lots of online games are out there at many levels, even for people who've never heard of Twitch. You don’t have to have killer hand-eye coordination to play role-playing or survival games. You just need to be

How Does Restarting Equipment Solve a Problem?

People need tech to function properly, even more now that so many are working, streaming, studying, gaming and video conferencing for hours on end. A survey by the Pew Research Center found that 87% of U.S. adults said the internet had been important for them during the pandemic. But

Alexa Games and Skills for Kids and Families

Kids will be kids. That's why "I'm bored" will continue to be a popular refrain forever and ever. You're always on a quest to solve it. Actually, this is an easy one. And you probably have it in your home already. In fact, a recent survey from Voicebot Research

Can One Remote Run My Whole House?

Remember universal remotes for home theater systems? They seemed like magic, commanding the television, DVD player and stereo all from one little device. Now you can extend that magic to your entire home's worth of smart devices, and in some cases you may not even need to touch the