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Uber has discontinued its app for Apple Watch

Uber was one of the first companies to support the Apple Watch back in 2015 when it was released but it has now stopped supporting it as of this week. When you open the app up it now shows the message “Please switch to the Uber mobile app We are no longer supporting the Apple Watch app. Sorry for the inconvenience 😢” The message itself isn’t that well worded, but […]

Microsoft is not making Xbox One consoles anymore

Microsoft is struggling to keep up with demand for the new Xbox Series X, even though it has now been on sale for well over a year and as we all know, Sony is in the same situation with the PlayStation 5. Sony is planning on keeping manufacturing the PlayStation 4 to customers who want a new console can purchase one, even it is not the latest and greatest. However, […]

Weekends with the interface – Best stories of the week

Another week has gone by and its time, once again to go over the best stories we covered here on the interface. Vauxhall Corsa-e and Mokka-e price dropped by £3,000 Thanks to cuts from the UK Government, the plug-in car grant has been reduced from £2,500 down to £1,500, so Vauxhall has responded by knocking £3,000 off the new price of a Corsa-e and Mokka-e. Read more EE and Three are […]

Ubiquiti announces the Dream Machine SE, on sale now

At the latter part of this week, Ubiquiti made the Dream Machine SE generally available outside of the Early Access store. A couple things have changed from the EA version on the public version. The name and the PoE ports configuration have changed. When the device was announced in July 2021 it was called the UniFi Dream Machine Pro SE, however it is just the Dream Machine SE now. Also, […]

Tesla Cybertruck pushed back to 2023

Tesla has delayed the Cybertruck to 2023, but it was originally supposed to go on sale this year. The company has removed any reference to 2022 from its website but it now says that production will start in Q1 2023. Tesla originally debuted the Cybertruck back in 2019, at that event it said that production would start at the end of 2021. Tesla has now gone from being one of […]

Citroën launches new entry level e-C4 Sense

This week, Citroën has expanded its line up of the e-C4 with a new less expensive model sitting at the base, with the new Sense. Citroën says customer demands have requested for a more price accessible model and this is it. Sitting at £28,495 including the government’s £1,500 plug in car grant, the e-C4 is around £2,500 cheaper than it used to be. So, what has Citroën done to knock […]

Apple releases iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1, both address HomeKit security issue

Apple has today released a minor update for iOS and iPadOS, with iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1. Both are very light in terms of additions or bug fixes, but it does address an important security issue that is present in HomeKit. iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1 are available now to download, as usual for free. Your device can be updated by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Apple […]

Dacia Spring is now the best selling car in Romania

Dacia seem to have a hit on their hands already with the new Spring electric car. It is one of the cheapest on the market and is already on sale in most of Europe, including France, Romania and others. In Dacia’s home market of Romania the little Spring has now become the best selling car there, not the best selling EV but the overall car in the country. In just […]

Smart has ended production of the EQ ForFour

Smart has now ended production of the EQ ForFour, which has been on sale in the UK since 2017, with a small facelift in 2019. The EQ ForFour had a 80bhp electric motor and 17.6kWh battery with only 70 miles of range. Smart is to focus on the Concept #1 SUV which is due to go on sale later this year and is to be the first model the company has […]