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Apple begins rolling out Apple Music Classical

This week, Apple has started to roll out the new Apple Music Classical app for iPhone users around the world. The app has only been developed for the iPhone at this stage, with no word if the app will be developed for the iPad, tvOS and macOS. Apple has said an Android app’s coming soon. The rollout was completed on 28th March and can be downloaded now from the App […]

New HomePod and HomePod mini launching in Singapore next week

The new HomePod second generation and even the HomePod mini still aren’t available in that many places around the world and Apple is working hard to expand the availability of both speakers. Starting next week both the new HomePod and HomePod mini will go on sale in Singapore, starting on 6th April. Just yesterday, Apple added both devices to the Apple Online Store in Singapore, priced from S$139 for the […]

Eve to rollout Matter firmware update next month

Eve has this week announced that on 17th April, it’ll be rolling out the first public version of the firmware for its devices that will contain support for Matter. Back in December 2022, Eve made the firmware available for a few devices but only in a beta capacity, users had to register for interest and using TestFlight, install the software to the Eve Energy and another few devices. Beta Taking […]

Volkswagen starts taking orders for the new ID.3 in Germany

Volkswagen has only just opened the order books in Germany for the new and updated ID.3 only just a few weeks after being announced. Volkswagen announced the new ID.3 a few weeks ago and was actually brought forward, after issues with the first generation had been plaguing customers, such as the infotainment and touch sensitive buttons. The new ID.3 Pro has a 58kWh battery pack and costs €39,995 in Germany, […]

Tesla opens the first V4 Supercharger in the Netherlands

Tesla has recently opened the first V4 Supercharger at a new location in the Netherlands. The Supercharger location is in Harderwijk in the Netherlands and has 16 independent charging stations that will be soon opening up support for third-party cars, such as non-Tesla vehicles. First V4 Supercharger stalls now open in Harderwijk 🇳🇱! Stalls are equipped with a longer cable, providing easy access for all EVs. — Tesla Charging […]

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 16.4 with new emojis and other improvements

Apple has today released iOS 16.4 and iPadOS 16.4 to the general public, with the addition of new emoji, changes to the beta process and much more. Many people were expecting for this to contain the new HomeKit Architecture update, but on first impressions this doesn’t seem to be the case. iPadOS and iOS 16.4 are available now and can be downloaded by going to Settings > General > Software […]

Ubiquiti launches new Pocket Keyfob for UniFi Access

Ubiquiti has today released a new accessory for UniFi Access, the ‘Pocket Keyfob’ which looks a lot like an Apple AirTag, with the same puck design and keyring holder. The device is intended to be used with the UniFi Access door access control platform. For $99, 10 UA Pockets are included and according to Ubiquiti, they support “proprietary UniFi Access security protocols.” As well as ISO/IEC 14443 Type A and […]

Surrey to install 10,000 new EV chargers by 2030

Surrey is about to get a lot more chargers for electric vehicles pretty soon, as the Surrey County Council has partnered with charge point provider Connected Kerb to install 10,000 new charging locations for public use. The rollout will be completed by 2030. “If one local authority can deliver such a significant boost to the UK’s charging network, just imagine what we could achieve by 2030 if every city, county and […]

Tesla has opened up more Superchargers in Europe for non-Tesla cars to use

Tesla has been busy in the last few weeks opening up support for more third party access to its charging network. Back in early 2022, Tesla started the program which allowed non-Tesla electric vehicles to charge on the renowned Supercharger network. The initial rollout started with the Netherlands and it is now expanding throughout the UK and Europe for people to use. In the last few days, Tesla has opened […]

Electric car values are plummeting, according to Cap HPI

According to Cap HPI, the value of electric cars is plummeting. The company has been recording the value of EVs and has seen a 18% decline in the value in the last 12 months. EVs are also struggling to sell too, with the slowest to sell being the Audi Q4 e-tron. Customers are also seeing issues when cars have been previously valued. For example, Autocar have reported about Richard Hilder who had […]