Technology

Steve June 6, 2020

Earlier this year Super73 unveiled the new 2,000W Super73 R-Series electric bikes. Now the powerful and long-range mini-bikes are making deliveries, and you’ll want to check out these impressive rides. Electrek was front and center at Super73’s January unveiling of the company’s new flagship e-bike, the Super73 R-Series. At the time very few people anticipated […]

Steve June 6, 2020

Like many people with multiple woodworking tools, [Will Stone] wanted to create a centralized dust collection system. But he quickly found that the devil was in the details, as he struggled to find an economic way to automatically kick on the vacuum when one of the tools started up. His final solution might be one […]

Steve June 6, 2020

Arguably one of the most misunderstood and underappreciated pieces of software on Mac computers, Automator can do much more than expected. Even with its small learning curve, mastering Automator can help you be vastly more efficient with your day-to-day computing needs. Who would object to saving more time each day? That’s the whole purpose of […]

Steve June 5, 2020

Tesla’s shop is now selling Model Y accessories online. The Model Y section only has 10 items, but there are some useful or even essential ones in there for new Model Y ownersRead More

Steve June 5, 2020

There’s an old joke that you can’t trust atoms — they make up everything. But until fairly recently, there was no real way to see individual atoms. You could infer things about them using X-ray crystallography or measure their pull on tiny probes using atomic force microscopes, but not take a direct image. Until now. […]

Steve June 5, 2020

As protests against police brutality and racism in the US continue, more and more companies are delaying launches, conferences, announcements and events in order to show solidarity. Big events such as the Guerrilla Collective, Cyberpunk 2077-centred Night City Wire, Sony’s PlayStation 5 event and the Android 11 launch event have all been delayed. Following suit, […]

Steve June 5, 2020

If you have a fast, unlimited internet connection, you probably don’t think twice about firing up an HD video call. When you run into slower connections or data caps, though, you probably start wondering just how much bandwidth video calls use and whether you really want to trade a few hours of browsing for a […]

Steve June 5, 2020

Ubuntu’s support for ZFS isn’t new in the 20.04 LTS version. What is new is how easy it is to use one of ZFS’s most essential features – snapshots. Thanks to snapshots, you can revert your operating system to an earlier state before any problems occurred. Learn here how to use ZFS snapshots in Ubuntu […]