Technology

Peugeot 208 is now more popular than the Volkswagen Golf in Europe

The Peugeot 208 is now the most popular car in Europe, overtaking the previous raining champion, the Volkswagen Golf. The Golf has been at the top spot since 2007 but has since dropped, with Peugeot selling 177,203 more cars than VW did with the Golf in 2022. The 208 saw 206,816 sales last year, which is a 5% improvement than that of 2021. 11.3 million new cars were sold in […]

Twitter to stop offering co-authored tweets

Twitter has killed off CoTweets, less than a year after after being introduced. The feature was introduced in July last year was only initially available in the US, Canada and Korea. Anyone who has previously sent any CoTweets will with someone as the author will have those reverted to a simple Tweet and anyone who has co-authored a Tweet, will have that reverted to a retweet. – Nice and simple. […]

Suzuki to launch electric Jimny 4×4 in Europe by 2030

The iconic and popular Suzuki Jimny was sadly dropped from sale in the UK during 2020, mainly due to emissions. Thankfully, for those customers who wanted it – Suzuki did offer a commercial vehicle option, with no back seats. However, as of writing in early 2023, Suzuki doesn’t offer the Jimny, despite it being a cult favourite among owners and enthusiasts. In terms of electric vehicles, Suzuki is pretty far […]

Jony Ive has designed the new red nose for Comic Relief UK

Comic Relief UK is around the corner and to celebrate Red Nose Day, former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive has designed an all new red nose for the charity. Comic Relief is an annual television show that is broadcast here in the UK and aims to use comedy to help raise money for oor and disadvantaged people around the world. The iconic red nose as been around since 1988 and […]

Tweetbot maker, Tapbots launches new Ivory client for Mastodon

At the end of last month, Tapbots the developer behind the popular Twitter client Tweetbot launched a brand new app for iOS called Ivory. The new app has been in early development since November 2022 and is a client for Mastodon. Mastodon started to gain popularity shortly after Elon Musk took over Twitter late last year. As of writing, Mastodon has 9.3 million users with many, many servers set up […]

New report shows why you shouldn’t use AirTags for tracking dogs

A new report from The Wall Street Journal has outlined the dangers of using an AirTag for tracking dogs and other pets. Apple has never recommended that people should use AirTags for tracking pets or people, but this new report does show what the dangers are if and when people do. AirTag devices are able to be attached to dog collars and are in theory, a good way for people […]

Ubiquiti announces the new G5 Bullet for UniFi Protect

Ubiquiti has today released the new G5 Bullet, which like the G5 Dome that the company revealed this week has the promise of improved image quality, all while being a cheaper to purchase product. While the G4 Dome and G5 Dome are the same price, at £193.94 in the UK and $179 in the US the new G5 Dome is significantly less than the G4 Bullet. The G4 Bullet costs […]

Porsche announces new infotainment units for early 2000s cars, with support for CarPlay

Porsche has a announced a new range of infotainment units for its older models, mainly for models from the early 2000s including the 997 Porsche 911 and 987 Porsche Boxster and Cayman built from 2005 to 2008 and the first-generation Porsche Cayenne built from 2003 to 2008. This is the second line of head units that the company is offering and these devices will work with Apple CarPlay and Android […]

Apple may have canceled plans for a revamped HomePod mini

We’ve seen quite a few HomePod updates in the past few weeks, with HomePod OS 16.3 released this week, HomePod mini getting support for its temperature and humidity sensors as well as the all-new HomePod second-generation. However, Apple was also reported to be working on a new HomePod mini, after the current generation was revealed back in 2020. However, renowned Apple reported Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has reported that he believes that Apple […]

VW stops offering heat pump on all ID models globally and the Q4 e-tron in Canada

Due to ongoing semiconductor shortages, Volkswagen has chosen to stop offering the heat pump on all of its electric vehicles, which affects all the ID models the company offers worldwide. Going forward, any new vehicles produced will do without the heat pump and the affected customers will be offered the choice to not accept the car or accept a discount on the final price of the car. We reached out […]