Technology

Steve January 12, 2021

This quick guide explains the steps required to install Signal desktop in Ubuntu and Other Linux. It is available in .deb, Snap, and Flatpak package format. Take a look at how you can install it. About Signal Signal is a free and open-source cross-platform secure messaging service. It has been developed by the Signal foundation […]

Steve January 12, 2021

Posted January 12, 2021 by Charged EVs & filed under Newswire, The Tech. With high-performance electric vehicles such as the Porsche Taycan in production, and several manufacturers slated to release EVs with 800 V battery systems in 2021, using high-voltage battery systems in EVs is no longer just theoretical. The advent of higher-voltage vehicles means […]

Steve January 12, 2021

Posted January 12, 2021 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Vehicles. Proterra is best known as an electric transit bus OEM, but it has branched out into providing electric powertrain solutions to other vehicle manufacturers and turnkey charging and energy management solutions to fleets. The company has long been considered a likely candidate […]

Steve January 12, 2021

The consumer electronics industry seems to be caught in somewhat of a Catch-22. While the global health crisis has led to a big increase in sales in the industry, it can’t even celebrate the way it certainly wants to at CES 2021. The show’s been forced to be held virtually. The question is whether the […]

Steve January 12, 2021

At this year’s CES, AMD is once again unveiling the latest lineup of Ryzen processors meant for laptops and notebooks. This year, we’re getting the Ryzen 5000 series, which finally matches the numbering scheme of the equivalent desktop processors. Just like those models, the new Ryzen 5000 mobile series is based on AMD’s Zen 3 […]

Steve January 12, 2021

Respawn Entertainment’s popular Star Wars action game from 2019, Jedi: Fallen Order, today received a new update, and it comes heralding a large performance benefit for the new generation of consoles. This is not a new edition of Jedi: Fallen Order, it is an update for the backward compatibility-supported original versions for providing better frame […]

Steve January 12, 2021

CES Intel announced at this year’s virtual CES tech trade show on Monday new clans of x86-64 processors for desktop and laptops. “Only Intel has the breadth of products spanning multiple architectures; the large, open ecosystem; sheer scale of manufacturing footprint; and deep technical expertise customers need to unlock opportunities in this era of distributed […]

Steve January 12, 2021

When cycling legend and three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond announced he was releasing a pair of new electric bicycle models last year, we knew these weren’t going to be any ordinary e-bikes. With deliveries set to begin next month, LeMond Cycles is releasing the first official photos of one of the new e-bikes. […]

Steve January 12, 2021

GM is again teasing the Chevy Bolt EUV ahead of the full unveiling, which the automaker has now confirmed is coming next month. Chevy Bolt EUV Last year, GM had an “EV Day” during which we learned a lot more about their plans, including that it would finally launch a Bolt EV-based crossover called the Bolt […]

Steve January 12, 2021

The GM announcements keep coming at CES 2021 this year. Today GM CEO Mary Barra announced a new division called BrightDrop that would be building electric delivery vehicles and the technology to go along with it. Today General Motors announced BrightDrop, a new division and brand, which will offer an “ecosystem of electric first-to-last-mile products” […]

Steve January 12, 2021

I’m a lucky guy. I can pick up new operating systems and desktop interfaces at the drop of a hat. But, over the years of learning how to make IBM 3270, CP/M-80, and Windows 1.0 to 10 jump through hoops, I’ve gotten a wee bit tired of it all. So, when I saw that “Windows […]