A few years ago subscription services for cars were all the rage. Volvo was the most successful since new driver insurance pricing wasn’t much different than a veteran driver. In California Volvo was forced to terminate their subscription [...]
We’ve looked at hair dryer technology on Mobile Geeks before, Dyson spent 71M in R&D on the SuperSonic. At 400EUR it’s not an investment I was likely to make, considering I don’t even own a hair brush. But winter is here [...]
Joe Biden plans to shift all the US federal government’s 650k vehicles to electric. In the US there are 276m cars, trucks and other transportation vehicles in the USA, of which 8m are in fleets. The economics for this now make sense, but [...]
Microsoft’s newest Surface device is a stripped down, dare I say cute, a little laptop. The “Go” is focused on it’s portability, not its power. The Surface Laptop Go won’t wow you by acing benchmark tests, I loaded [...]
Berlin-based mobility startup Miles wants its customers to pay for damages caused by the thieves who stole their vehicles, all the while failing to implement industry-standard safety features that would prevent car theft in the first place.
When you live in a 55sqm apartment it’s easy to think that you won’t need a repeater to have a strong WiFi signal across your entire flat. But the truth is apartments are not optimized for signal strength and to get even coverage. So [...]
Smartphones are taking over the camera market for everyday shooting, but they’re still not good enough for those who take their content creation seriously. If you’re looking for a gift for someone who is into landscapes, filmmaking [...]
Qualcomm recently launched an autonomous vehicle communication research and testing program on 3miles of San Diego road. The goal of the program is to demonstrate the potential to improve safety and traffic efficiency over [...]