Technology

Steve January 8, 2021

Posted January 8, 2021 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Infrastructure. Volkswagen Group Components has revealed a prototype of its mobile charging robot, which is designed for fully autonomous charging of vehicles in places such as parking garages. The charging robot is started via an app or Car-to-X communication, and operates autonomously. It […]

Steve January 8, 2021

Posted January 8, 2021 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Vehicles. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has approved $28.64 million in new funding to support two statewide incentive programs aimed at bringing clean vehicle technologies to low-income and underserved communities. California’s Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) provides […]

Steve January 8, 2021

Tesla has unveiled the first images of the new Model Y third row for the 7-seat option, and it’s unsurprisingly crazy small. Tesla Model Y 7-seat Third Row Option Earlier this week, we reported on Tesla opening orders for the Model Y Standard Range RWD and 7-seat third-row option. Tesla had promised a 7-seat version […]

Steve January 8, 2021

Robots aren’t going to take over the world, but they can definitely make life a lot easier for humans. And that was the aim of BladeBUG, a UK startup that has developed insect-like robots to inspect, maintain, and repair offshore wind turbine blades without the need for rope access. BladeBUG’s founder and CEO, Chris Cieslak, […]

Steve January 8, 2021

If your child s doing remote learning and limited in their activities with friends right now, you want to make sure they are getting the proper amount of exercise. It’s not good to have sedentary kids. Perhaps you want to consider a fitness tracker just like one you would wear yourself, like the Garmin vivofit […]

Steve January 8, 2021

A typical mechanical keyboard is comprised of seven major components: PCB, case, plate, switches, cable, and keycaps. Of all these components, keycaps dominate the visual aspect of keyboard design while also accounting for most of the cost in high-end custom mechanical keyboards. However, their impact isn’t restricted just to the aesthetics or cost – they […]

Steve January 8, 2021

Roku is buying Quibi’s library of content, the firm announced today. Shows produced by the now-defunct service will be available for free through the Roku Channel sometime this year. It is not known yet when these shows will exactly arrive, and Roku did not disclose how much it paid for the content. The Wall Street […]

Steve January 8, 2021

As promised, OnePlus’ newest smartphones, the Nord N10 5G and Nord N100, are now available to purchase via its online storefront. Your purchase can also get you a free Buds Z or Bullets Wireless Z. Both phones are the cheapest devices from OnePlus aimed at consumers who want to snag a OnePlus handset on a […]

Steve January 8, 2021

Best Buy offers a 4-pack of C by GE Smart LED Light Bulbs for $19.99. Free shipping is available on orders over $35 or you can opt for in-store pickup. You’d typically pay $30 or more for this bundle. On top of the usual LED benefits here, you can count on additional savings with smart […]

Steve January 8, 2021

Claim your complimentary eBook (worth $23.99) for free, before the offer expires on 01/19. It’s not a secret that there is a huge talent gap in the cybersecurity industry. Everyone is talking about it including the prestigious Forbes Magazine, Tech Republic, CSO Online, DarkReading, and SC Magazine, among many others. Additionally, Fortune CEO’s like Satya […]

Steve January 8, 2021

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced today it is launching an investigation into Google’s plan to eliminate third-party cookies in its Chrome browser by 2022. The Mountain View firm’s Privacy Sandbox project, which launched in March 2019, aimed to curb third-party cookies that allow bot fraud and track users across the internet. However, users […]

Steve January 8, 2021

The 2021 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which runs Jan. 11-14, will be interesting this year both as a showcase for how large-scale tech conferences are done and for the content focused on the new work-from-home normal. Some of the sessions next week could be useful for those either building products for this pandemic present or […]