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The Impending Autonomous Car Shitstorm

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.

Phone Battery Upgrades Are Coming!

Everyone hates having their phone battery die and for the most part the best money can buy is currently a battery around the 4,000 mAh mark. Luckily though it looks like things might be changing soon...

What Speed Will 5G LTE REALLY Be?

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?

Review: Jeda USB Hub For Tesla Model 3

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.

A Crash Course In Internet Privacy And Security

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.

How To Browse Full Screen In A Tesla

Currently you can easily pull up a browser on any Tesla Model 3 and surf the internet so long as you're parked. It's a great feature and a pretty decent, fully fledged browser too. However it's not quite full screen... so let's fix that!

Volvo XC40 Recharge Hits It Out Of The Park

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.

The Case For A Tesla AutoPilot Game

A new AutoPilot Game overlay feature on the main Tesla map could not only help Tesla develop their AutoPilot system faster, but reward owners for helping to gather the data and make AutoPilot handle their local suburbs better in the process.

Why Do We Need 5G LTE?

There's a growing swell of talk about 5G this and 5G that but 4G data speeds are pretty good, especially here in Australia. So why do we need 5G LTE? Plus how is 5G LTE better than 4G?

SpaceX’s Mark 1 Starship Is An Absolute Unit

This evening at a private event SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed their not-so-secret Starship Mark 1 design. On display behind him dwarfing their very first Falcon 1 rocket, the 50 metre high rocket looks like an absolute beast. If things run to schedule, Musk wants to have it fly to orbit in the next 6 months!

Our New Tesla Model 3 – First Impressions

Yes that's right. Taking delivery of one of the first Tesla Model 3's in Australia we drove away from our delivery appointment last Thursday in our own Batmobile. After a week of driving, playing, poking and learning I thought I'd give a few quick first impressions.

Fighting Climate Change Doesn’t Require Moonshot Ideas

Climate Change is a big, huge, very serious issue that virtually everyone is now essentially numb to. But there's a growing problem I've seen more and more over the years in the general media, the idea that to "fight" or "solve" Climate Change we need some huge, outlandish Moonshot idea. That's rubbish.

How Disruptive Tech Will Forever Change Your Life

There's been a lot of disruption that has occurred over the last two decades and even more that's happening now. So today we're looking at what the biggest disruptive technologies out there are and how they will change your future day to day life.

The Ultimate Tesla USB Drive Solution

So you've ordered or already have your sweet Tesla. Then you realise that you need a USB drive solution for it. Maybe you want to store 100 GB of (legal) music on it, maybe you want to use Sentry Mode or the Dashcam features? Either way you're going to need a good, proper solution so read on!

What You’ll Get With Your Australian Model 3

Currently there are thousands of Australians that are eagerly waiting to receive their new Tesla Model 3's all over the country. So what can you expect on the delivery day? What will come or not come with your Model 3? After a lot of poking around and pestering Tesla we got some interesting answers.

Google Dropped Android 10!

Google has just today dropped the final, official Android 10 update. While it doesn't have a cool dessert name anymore, it does have a number of awesome new features which is great!

Long Term Review: OnePlus 7 Pro

Back in June I picked up the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now after over two months of using it as my daily driver I thought I'd be in a good place to offer my thoughts on any longer term observations as well as my final verdict.