Technology

Steve July 8, 2020

Posted July 8, 2020 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Vehicles. Most EV startups are either following the Tesla template—aiming to produce a high-performance luxury vehicle—or targeting the money-spinning pickup truck segment. Aptera Motors is taking a very different path. The reincarnated automaker’s goal is to create the world’s most efficient vehicle—an EV […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Electric car sales are surging in the UK, led by Tesla, which still maintains strong sales in the market despite the pandemic. The pandemic has badly affected automotive sales around the world. However, electric vehicle sales have held up well amid the devastation in the auto industry. In the UK, auto sales were down so […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Yamaha is back with a new electric bicycle for the US market. This time it is the Yamaha Civante, and it’s the fastest electric bike they’ve offered yet in the US. Yamaha Civante e-bike launched in US The Yamaha Civante is the latest addition to Yamaha’s fitness-oriented line of electric road bikes. While some e-bike […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Windows 10 introduced many great features, including Xbox integration for gamers. However, everyone’s not a gamer. This didn’t stop Microsoft from including it for everyone, though. If you’ve tried to remove Xbox, you may have noticed there’s no uninstall option. The good news is you’re not stuck with it. There is another way to remove […]

Steve July 8, 2020

When it comes to customization, Apple doesn’t exactly give users limitless options. However, there are a few ways that you can add some personality to your MacBook, including changing the icons that appear across every part of your Mac. You’ll learn in this tutorial how to put your own twist on Apple’s classic design by […]

Steve July 8, 2020

The wood-burning heater [g3gg0] has at home works perfectly, except for one flaw: the pellet reservoir needs to be manually refilled every few days. Humans being notoriously unreliable creatures, this critical task is sometimes overlooked, which naturally leads to literally chilling results. With automatic fill systems expensive and difficult to install, [g3gg0] wanted to find […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Google released the first Android 11 Developer Preview back in February, giving advanced users and developers a glimpse into the next major version of the operating system. The update brings a host of privacy-focused features, the Scoped Storage feature that was removed from Android 10, new APIs for displays with different types of notches, and […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Earlier this month, WhatsApp announced the availability of dark mode on WhatsApp for web app along with new features for the service. Just a week after the initial announcement, WhatsApp has started rolling out dark mode support for web users, meaning users no longer have to jump through hoops to enable it on the web. […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Google is bringing the fruits of its cross-platform app making framework Flutter to Linux desktops, with help of Canonical no less. Over 500,000 developers already use Flutter, Google’s open source UI framework, to building mobile apps, and tech is often pitched as an alternative to React Native. But while the Flutter SDK has been available […]

Steve July 8, 2020

The most obvious problem with June patches was a conflict between Microsoft’s latest version of Windows and Microsoft’s latest version of Office (er, Microsoft 365) Click-to-Run: If you installed patches as soon as they came out, Outlook wouldn’t run. That bug got cleared up when Microsoft fixed Office a week later, even though Windows was to […]

Steve July 8, 2020

It seems fair to say that Apple has never had an easy relationship with third-party iPhone repair services. So it’s good news that it’s expanded the provision of repair services by extending its Independent Repair Provider Program to more shops in the U.S., Canada and Europe. A step forward Just a few years ago, Apple fell […]