Technology

Steve September 29, 2022

Elon Musk has set some expectations for Tesla AI Day 2, which we now know is going to feature “lots of technical detail and cool hardware demos.” While it has been a long time since Tesla had a proper product unveiling event, the company started to hold somewhat regular annual events with specific subjects at […]

Steve September 29, 2022

We gave the cloud gaming service two years to live. It managed three Google on Thursday said it will shut down Stadia, its cloud-based game streaming service, because few people use it.…, Read More

Steve September 29, 2022

Today, Google finally flushed Stadia down the proverbial toilet. And yes, the company’s streaming game service was, in fact, a massive turd. Consumers never really embraced Stadia, and after a few short years, Google is admitting defeat and shutting it down. On paper, Stadia looked great — you could play high-end games without spending money […]

Steve September 29, 2022

Slipping a day from its usual weekly release schedule, Microsoft has today released a new Insider build for those testers in the Dev Channel. Build 25211 introduces some changes and improvements based on Insider feedback, as well as a new settings experience for Widgets. This update sees the widget picker and Widgets settings being separated. […]

Steve September 29, 2022

Until today Amazon WorkSpaces cloud desktop solution simply offered the option of either Windows or Amazon Linux machines. Now though Canonical has announced the availability of Ubuntu WorkSpaces on AWS. This is a fully managed virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) on the public cloud and the first third-party Linux OS to be available on the platform. […]

Steve September 29, 2022

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee […]

Steve September 29, 2022

As Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida, Goal Zero, a Bluffdale, Utah-based portable clean energy company, released survey results that found 84% of Americans worry about power outages and 26% feel vulnerable to power outages. So here’s how Americans feel about mitigating blackouts with backup power. The online survey that polled 2,000 adults found that 61% […]

Steve September 29, 2022

New York’s Governor Kathy Hochul announced Thursday there will be “no more excuses” not to buy an electric vehicle after directing the State Department of Environmental Conservation to take significant action to accelerate the state’s transition to clean transportation to protect the environment. In White Plains, New York, Governor Hochul outlined the state’s new ambitious […]

Steve September 29, 2022

Anyone with the recalled chargers should stop using them immediately., FREMONT, Calif. (WXIN) — Two versions of USB-C chargers are being recalled following reports of overheating while in use. The recalls involve Hyper Products HyperJuice 130W USB-C Battery Pack and HyperJuice Stackable GaN 65W and 100W USB-C chargers. Hyper Products says it received two reports […]

Steve September 29, 2022

Atlassian is rolling out a raft of updates including new smart links and unified administration controls, as well as a new subscription service, for its work- management and collaboration products —Trello, Confluence, Atlas, and Jira Work Management.The company also announced that Atlas, a teamwork directory that was unveiled at Atlassian ’22 in April of this […]

Steve September 29, 2022

Two weeks after Apple launched iOS 16, users continue to complain the mobile OS is sucking their battery power far too quickly.Battery life tends to take an initial hit when new OSes are rolled out because updates to software and apps, as well as the reindexing files, photos, and other functions, taxes the processor, and […]

Steve September 29, 2022

An anonymous reader quotes a report from the BBC: Doreen Bogdan-Martin has become the first woman to be elected as secretary-general of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The ITU is the main technology agency within the UN. Originally founded in 1865 to manage the first international telegraph networks, the ITU now has an important role […]