Author: Alex Lowe

Ubiquiti finally releases UNVR stacking

Earlier today, Ubiquiti released a new software update for the UNVR and UNVR Pro, with UniFi OS version 2.5.11. The new update improves a number of things such as adding the ability to now tell the user if there is an issue with their hard drive for example. The main feature of this update is the addition of NVR stacking. UNVR stacking has been in beta for around two months […]

Dacia revamps the Duster Commercial, adds new company logo

Dacia has launched a new updated Duster Commercial, bringing the company’s new logo and a new updated grille design to this commercial vehicle. This update brings the Duster Commercial up to date with the remainder of the company’s lineup. Dacia unveiled its all new logo in June 2022 and has been rolling it out to its lineup of cars. The front grille has a new smoother design and the new […]

All new Jeep Grand Cherokee PHEV on sale now in the UK, priced from £69,900

Jeep has recently launched the new Jeep Grand Cherokee here in the UK. The new top of the range model is priced from £69,900 and only comes as a hybrid variant. Jeep will stop selling pure-combustion models in Europe later this year, but this won’t include Italy. By 2025, Jeep CEO has said that there will be the option of a pure-electric model in “every major SUV segment”. In terms […]

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. Ubiquiti launched new AI Bullet, on sale now This week, the new AI Bullet camera for UniFi Protect went on sale. Read more Apple Pay seems to now work in Chrome and Firefox on iOS 16 iOS 16 is in beta and should launch soon, but users have noticed […]

Twitter Mac app updated, no longer crashes on launch

For around a week, the Twitter for Mac app has been crashing on launch making the app completely unusable. There was little anyone could do to make it work, deleting and reinstalling didn’t do anything. However, earlier this week Twitter has released an update for the app to stop it from crashing whenever it is opened. Version 19.9.21 is now the latest and seems to solve the app crashing issue. […]

Microsoft Teams now natively supports Apple silicon Macs

Earlier this week, Microsoft started rolling out native support for Apple silicon Macs on the Microsoft Teams app. This includes models such as the M1 iMac and brand new M2 MacBook Air. Apple rolled out the first generation of M1 Macs back in November 2020 and Microsoft said it has been working on the native version of Microsoft Teams for the past few months. The Teams app will be automatically upgraded on […]

Ubiquiti launches the brand new AI Bullet camera for UniFi Protect

Back in December 2021, Ubiquiti unveiled the new AI Bullet via its YouTube channel and has been going through the EA beta process ever since. We also published a handy comparison guide taking a look at the AI Bullet vs the similar G4 Pro. However, many months have gone by and Ubiquiti has finally released the AI Bullet to the general public and is on sale now on the official […]

Nest cameras can now be live-streamed to Chromecast with Google TV

Nest security cameras can now be live-streamed to local Chromecast with Google TV devices. This will allow users to watch their live security footage directory on a TV or monitor, without the need to grab a smartphone. The update started rolling out earlier in July and all models of Nest cameras are supported, from outdoor models to doorbells. To make access a little quicker than fumbling around for an app, […]

Third-party browsers in iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 seem to support Apple Pay

In the most recent betas of iOS 16, Apple seems to have added support for Apple Pay to work on third-party browsers such as Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. Since Apple Pay was launched back in 2014, it has only be available to use on the web via Safari on iOS, macOS and iPadOS. However, with the ongoing development to iOS 16 since June, Apple has now seemingly added support […]

Apple expands AppleCare+ theft and loss coverage to France, Italy and Spain

This week, Apple has expanded its more premium AppleCare+ plan to more countries in Europe. The AppleCare+ insurance with theft and loss coverage is now available France, Italy and Spain and taking that into consideration, the plan is now available in eight countries around the world including the US and the UK. AppleCare+ theft and loss insurance is more expensive than the standard plan, but will cover you if your […]