Chinese-based SF Motors recently unveiled two new electric vehicles they hope to have on the market by 2019. The SF5 and SF7 each features proprietary battery technology with a claimed range over 300 miles.
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The scope of the Spectre and Meltdown flaws are staggering. Intel has confirmed it will roll out new chips that are immune to the bugs.
When the Spectre and Meltdown bugs hit, it became clear that they wouldn’t be fixed with a few quick patches — the problem runs deeper than that. Fortunately, Intel has had plenty of time to work on it, and new chips coming out later this year will include improvements at the hardware/architecture level that protect…
Automakers rolled out a dizzying array of high-end rides during the 88th annual Geneva Auto Show. High performance designs featuring hybrid and electric drivetrains dotted the exhibit floor. Here are a few samples of the hottest new cars as reported by AP…
Samsung Electronics has introduced a new Solid State Drive (SSD) offering 30 terabytes (TB) of storage. Measuring a mere 2.5 inches wide the PM1643 is the largest capacity SSD in the world and intended for enterprise storage systems.
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A Slovakian company has begun production of a mobile microhome called the Ecocapsule. Shortlisted for a Lexus Design Award in 2015, the initial production run will be limited to 50 units intended for the US and EU markets. Continue reading “Ecocapsule for Off-Grid Living”
After delays Apple’s entry into the hectic smart speaker segment is preparing to ship. But will devotees be willing to pay more to do less? Continue reading “Apple Prepares HomePod for Launch”
It’s that time of year!
Resolutions are being broken faster than you can make them, and every other TV commercial is for some workout contraption promising to transform your body in 30 minutes. If only there were fitness gadgets that really worked— and didn’t require an entire room.
An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) provides protection against blackouts and brownouts. In this age of tablets and laptops the modern office seldom comes equipped with a battery backup device. Most of us are lucky to get a power strip with a surge protector.
The need for a UPS still exists. Small power supplies to protect modems, routers, NAS devices and DVRs are now available. These devices have a low current draw so they don’t need those large bricks like a CPU require.