With all the stupid high energy prices we have here in Australia and the resultant surge in residential battery storage systems, it's attracted a lot of interest. Pylontech is soon to be releasing their very shmick looking Force H1 and Force H2 residential batteries and we've got all the info!
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I firmly believe that everyone's future can be richer and happier when technology is used properly. "Properly" is the key word though. With the past 20 years+ worth of advanced technology pouring into everyone's lives it can easily become a problem rather than an advantage. So what can we do to ensure we're not being slowed down by our tech? How can we ensure that it's indeed making our future (and present) better?
Portable storage devices have come a long way since they first debuted over a decade ago. Since then the technology has improved and now we're able to cram 2 TB into something that's smaller than the size of a pack of cards. That's where the Samsung T5 SSD comes in which is what we're reviewing today!
By now I'm sure you've all seen Tesla's new Cybertruck. It's big, it's shaped like a triangle on wheels and is bullet proof. But as exciting as the unveiling event was, there was something virtually everyone either missed or just basically glazed over and ignored: the new software interface
When it comes to Solar most people understand it's benefits. However as Home Battery Energy Storage Systems are still a bit new, most aren't as sure on what their benefits are. Read on to find out exactly why you should and shouldn't buy one.
A lot of people are starting to ask questions about Home Battery Energy Storage Systems and as one of the key, big disrupting technologies of the future we want to help answer them. So read on to find out exactly how big battery systems can be.
Tesla 2019.40.1 Update Leaks, Increases SR+ Charging To 170 kW Plus Auto Wiper And Lane Change Improvements
Thanks to a great tweet by @TeslaTested we've gotten a rare peak into the next Tesla OTA Update that promises increased charging speed for SR+ owners plus better Autowipers and Auto lane changes
This week OpenAI posts their fully complete GPT-2 model, EFF wins a huge victory for travellers coming into the USA, Brave v1.0 launches, Gattaca is no longer science fiction and SpaceX nails yet another Starlink launch with a number of other firsts plus more!
Fully Self Driving (FSD) cars are coming, there's no question about that. The thing is, virtually no one seems to grasp just how much of an absolute shitstorm it's going cause when it all drops. So today let's look at what it will mean for your average person.
If you're just starting out looking into Solar or Home Battery Storage Systems all the terminology and figures can be quite confusing. Solar systems are referred to in kW's... batteries in kWh's and also sometimes in kW's or even kilowatt/hour but what do they actually mean?
This week Google dumps $2.1 billion into Fitbit's pockets and buys them, Uber Eats releases some pretty pictures of their new delivery drone, SpaceX gets some awesome download speeds from space and Mobileye shows off their chops at their first Investors Summit.
Another huge week in some of the biggest fields out there! Lightning payments get asynchronous with Lightning Rod, the largest private US coal company goes bankrupt, multiple huge medical breakthroughs are announced including the amazing Prime Gene Editing, DJI finally drops their Mavic Mini and more!
We all love our smartphones and the now well established 4G network that supports it, but will 5G really be that big a deal? I mean how much faster do we need? For that matter... how fast will 5G LTE really, actually get? Like in person on your phone in real world conditions?
The yet to be released DJI Mavic Mini has leaked quite a bit over the past few weeks and as a result we've now got basically all the info on it all contained in this one piece!
Tesla confirms their promise to bring feature complete FSD to their cars by years end, says AutoPilot is not 9x safer than humans, Mazda shows off it's all EV MX-30, Samsung unveils their new Exynos 990 chip, the DJI Mavic Mini price leaks, SpaceX details plan to send 42,000 into orbit plus lots more Tesla news!
The front USB ports on the Tesla Model 3, which were originally just intended to be used to charge your phone, have become quite vital. You may want two phones plugged in and charging, a USB drive and even other things all plugged into them meaning you need a USB hub. With all this extra tech it can quickly become a bit of a mess in there too so Jeda has come out and custom made a USB Hub especially for the Model 3.
Today I'm going to take you through a brief crash course in Internet privacy and security. You might not learn anything. Maybe you'll learn a lot. It'll depend on how tech savvy you already are. But hopefully you'll learn at least one interesting or useful feature and we can all experience the awesome fun of technology more privately.
Techtober continues with Google finally spilling all the beans on their Made By Google kit, scientists make a key breakthrough to help lithium batteries, Skydio goes after the commercial market and Steve Jobs' Ghost describes how transport may go negative very soon...
While there's quite the number of legacy car manufacturers releasing hybrid or fully electric cars these days it's not too often you see one as well executed as what Volvo's just done. The new Volvo CX40 Recharge marks the start of their "Recharge" brand roll out which will be for full BEV (and hybrids too) which is sure to take over in the years to come.
Join me as I get out of my usual Tesla mode and take a more in depth look at what a major legacy car maker is up to. To see what they have planned for the future by diving into their past at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.