Technology

Steve July 8, 2020

I have been testing KVM extensively this week. Today I learned that KVM and Oracle VirtualBox doesn’t work at the same time. Up until today, I haven’t had a chance to use two virtualization applications… The post Virtualbox Guru Meditation Critical Error In Linux appeared first on OSTechNix. Read More

Steve July 8, 2020

Korea surprisingly helped Tesla beat delivery expectations with strong deliveries last month, making Model 3 one of the best-selling cars in the market. Tesla in Korea The automaker originally had some issues entering the Korean market. Tesla buyers didn’t have access to the very generous electric vehicle incentive of up to 26 million won ($21,000) […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Today Bosch unveiled a new concept for a futuristic full-suspension on and off-road electric bike that incorporates and showcases a number of different Bosch technologies. When it comes to Bosch and electric bikes, we often think first of the company’s selection of electric motors. But Bosch actually makes a number of diverse e-bike components, including […]

Steve July 8, 2020

While the Hackaday reader likely knows all about Nikola Tesla and his incredible body of work, the same can’t necessarily be said for the average passerby. Even a child can be counted on to know the names of Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell, but as [Daniel Springwald] laments, the name Tesla is more often […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Google seems to have lost ownership of its blogspot.in domain. The domain is part of Google-owned Blogger, a blog-publishing service, that the company acquired in 2003. On Blogger, country-specific domains are not different blog addresses, but a domain redirect based on the country where you’re currently located. When searched within India, Blogger points to username.blogspot.in […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Image via Jimmy Is Photo (Twitter) Samsung keeps on adding new capabilities to the S Pen of its Galaxy Note line each year. Last year’s Galaxy Note10 series came with a stylus that added support for Air actions while its predecessor introduced an S Pen that allowed users to control the phone’s camera via Bluetooth. […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Here is a curated list of items that you should try after installing Linux Mint 20 Ulyana. Linux Mint 20 – Cinnamon Edition Desktop Linux Mint 20 is released a while back and it is one of the most major releases from the Linux Mint team. However, if you have upgraded or done a fresh […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Posted July 8, 2020 by Charged EVs & filed under Newswire, The Tech. Ever wonder how today’s EV motors stack up against each other? Going beyond traditional product benchmarking, Munro & Associates has analyzed and compared 10 leading EV motors and developed a comprehensive side-by-side comparison report. In a new webcast session announced this week […]

Steve July 8, 2020

Whether it’s streaming your favorite songs or reminding you of your morning meeting, a smart speaker is an essential component of many smart homes. However, when you purchase a digital voice assistant, you’re essentially purchasing a device that records and stores everything you say. What happens to these voice recordings? And who has access to […]

Steve July 8, 2020

A checksum is a string of text derived from the software using a hash function. No two checksum should be the same. When downloading software from the Internet, one way to verify its integrity is to compare its checksum with the one provided by the website. If they tally, then the software is genuine and […]

Steve July 7, 2020

Every day, it seems to get harder and harder to relax and unwind. A person can only take so many lava-hot showers before they start cutting into work time. Listening to music is a wonderful option, but it can be difficult to find something to listen to that’s soothing without being disruptive. So what else […]

Steve July 7, 2020

While most of us are upgrading to GIFs, you still have to hunt for the right one, which makes the humble emoji the more accessible way to pass on those emotions in a text or chat message. But there’s no beverage like bubble tea and a cup with straw is not a replacement! Emoji 13.0 […]

Steve July 7, 2020

By Rajesh Pandey Neowin @ePandu · Jul 8, 2020 01:34 EDT It looks like Google is getting around to is adding traffic lights support in Google Maps, a feature that Apple first added to Apple Maps in iOS 13 last year. The addition means that Maps users will be able to see traffic lights while […]