Ubiquiti UniFi G5 Pro vs AI Pro

Ubiquiti recently launched two new cameras, the G5 Pro and the AI Pro. Both are pretty similar, so we’ll take a look at them to see which is worth buying. The G5 Pro was in the EA store for a while, up until Ubiquiti removed the EA Store all together. The AI Pro is a much newer device, nothing was known about it prior to the launch and it does […]

Ubiquiti UniFi G4 Pro vs G5 Pro

The new G5 Pro has gone on sale this week, and seems to offer pretty much all the same features as the G4 Pro all while costing less. The new camera uses the same 8MP sensor running at a 4K resolution, but thanks to significant improvements to low light image quality, it will likely perform better than the G4 Pro. A new accessory has been added, which connects to the […]

Ubiquiti UniFi G3 Flex vs G5 Flex

The new G5 Flex came out a few months ago and it replaces the older G3 Flex. During the launch of the G4 line of cameras, Ubiquiti never updated the Flex camera so it has skipped a generation. Unlike the G5 Bullet, the G5 Flex isn’t cheaper than the outgoing model, but it does have a pretty much identical design. The new Ubiquiti logo has been used here and moved […]

Google Workspace: How to add a secondary domain, without extra cost

Here at the interface, we recently took ownership of the Charging Status Podcast which was previously a collaboration between the interface and Crossed Wires. However, due to this migration, we had the need to route emails from to In this guide, we’re going to go over the entire process of setting up a secondary domain in Google Workspace, creating the DNS records in our domain provider, which is […]

Ubiquiti UniFi G4 Bullet vs G5 Bullet

Ubiquiti announced the new G5 Bullet for the UniFi Protect platform for GA and was released out of the Early Access program in late January, earlier this year. The new camera comes in at a lower price point than the G4 Bullet and is a cheaper feeling camera in the hand. While the G4 Bullet is an all-metal construction, the G5 Bullet goes back to the G3 Bullet style, being […]

London TfL: Oyster Card vs Contactless

When it comes to public transport systems, the Transport for London (TfL) is pretty much the gold standard, the main reason for that it because it is government run and not a bunch of privatised companies, which is pretty much the case foe the rest of the country. The main benefit of TfL is the consistency across the network, whether that be buses, boats, cable cars, trains and the famous […]

Ubiquiti UniFi Protect Product Line Guide 2022

Early last year, we published the 2021 edition of the UniFi Protect Product Line Guide and in the nearly two years since then, the UniFi Protect product line has changed quite a lot. First of all, a new larger UNVR was launched, in the form of the UNVR Pro which has seven bays, as well as a small 1.3-inch LCM screen. Many new cameras have been launched, including the AI […]

AWS: How to route web traffic to another domain using S3, CloudFront and Route 53

In this article we are going to explore the process of getting a domain to route web traffic to another domain using AWS tools, such as S3, CloudFront and Route 53. In the past week, I personally went through the painful process of migrating this very website from shared hosting to Lightsail in AWS. I also have other domains such as and which I wanted to seamlessly route […]

Guide to electric vans 2021

As the 2030 deadline is approaching for new hybrid and electric cars and vehicles to be sold in the UK, a lot of manufacturers are getting their van and commercial vehicle lineups ready and more established, with electrified versions being released all the time. Just this year, Stellantis which was formed earlier this year and owns Peugeot, Citroën, Opel, Vauxhall and more have combined forces and already have a solid […]

Ubiquiti airMAX Product Line Guide 2021

For many new users of Ubiquiti, airMAX and the company’s line of outdoor wireless point to multipoint and point to point solutions (PtMP and PtP) might be an unknown side to the product lines that have given Ubiquiti more traction lately, such as UniFi. In fact, the airMAX line of products was for a time, the largest side of the business and it even helped get the company started. The […]