Author: Josh Spires

  • SwitchBot Blind Tilt receives update adding groups

    SwitchBot Blind Tilt receives update adding groups

    A little under a month of being available to the general public, SwitchBot Blind Tilt has received an update bringing the groups feature back, fixing a number of known issues, and taking Blind Tilt’s firmware to V2.0. What’s new? The big feature added in V2.0 is grouping. In the settings, you are now able to […]

  • Fixing the Pardot form syncing issue: 255 character limit

    Fixing the Pardot form syncing issue: 255 character limit

    If you’ve worked with Pardot’s forms then you likely know that the comments field has a 255 character limit, which, if gone over results in syncing errors with Salesforce. This results in leads being stuck in a Pardot no mans land. A potential Pardot fix After dealing with this issue for a number of months, […]

  • Google will replace your Pixel Watch for free, under one condition

    Google will replace your Pixel Watch for free, under one condition

    Google will replace your brand new Google Pixel Watch for free if you aren’t a fan of the excess rubber material left over from the manufacturing process. While its a little odd this wasn’t picked up during early manufacturing, its good to see Google’s willingness to fix the cosmetic issue. Water resistant seal Soon after […]

  • Google Pixel Watch battery life needs improvement

    Google Pixel Watch battery life needs improvement

    Google’s Pixel Watch battery life isn’t the greatest compared to other smartwatches on the market. After using the watch for a couple of days, we think there is room for Google to improve the Pixel Watch’s battery life. Pixel Watch battery life Update 2: The Pixel Watch now lasts a lot longer in day-to-day usage. […]

  • Google Pixel Watch review: 24 hours in…

    Google Pixel Watch review: 24 hours in…

    We’ve had the Google Pixel Watch in hand for just over 24 hours now, so it’s time for a first impressions and review. Is Google’s first watch holding up to the hype or is it not fit for purpose. As the Pixel Watch is only a few days old this post will be focusing on […]

  • Classic Google: Pixel Watch app icon doesn’t support Material You theming

    Classic Google: Pixel Watch app icon doesn’t support Material You theming

    In classic Google fashion, the brand-new Pixel Watch app doesn’t have support for Android’s Material You themed icons. While it’s a small detail, it’s one we expect not to be overlooked by the tech giant. Google Pixel Watch app Alongside the Google Pixel Wach, the Pixel Watch app was released last week, for reviewers to […]

  • Fitbit marks the end for Google Fit with Pixel Watch

    Fitbit marks the end for Google Fit with Pixel Watch

    Google released the Pixel Watch last week with a deep integration to Fitbit and the Fitbit app, leaving Google Fit in an interesting place and possibly marking the beginning of the end for Google Fit. Google Fit vs Fitbit Google Fit is Google’s somewhat equivalent to Samsung Health or Apple Health. While Google Fit allows […]

  • Framework, Google partnership = repairable Chromebook, starting at $999

    Framework, Google partnership = repairable Chromebook, starting at $999

    Framework has partnered with Google to produce a repairable and upgradable Chromebook for the North American market starting at $999. The Framework Chromebook uses the hardware from the company’s other laptops and Google’s simplistic and powerful ChromeOS software. The laptop is available for pre-order today starting at $999 for the Canadian and the US markets […]

  • Framework Laptop gains Ethernet with new expansion card

    Framework Laptop gains Ethernet with new expansion card

    Framework has released its Ethernet expansion card for the Framework Laptop this week, after receiving an overwhelming number of waitlist requests. This marks the first additional expansion card to be made available to the public. The new expansion port brings 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet to the Framework Laptop that previously was only capable of Wi-Fi or […]

  • LTT Screwdriver comes close to the top in Project Farm testing

    LTT Screwdriver comes close to the top in Project Farm testing

    Now that the LTT Screwdriver is in the hands of the very first customers, reviews and tests are starting to release. Today we’ll be looking at comparison from Project Farm that sees the LTT Screwdriver compete with thirteen other ratcheting screwdrivers. The LTT Screwdriver has been years in the making, with many challenges that were […]

  • Spotify is the latest major app to support Android Material You icons

    Spotify is the latest major app to support Android Material You icons

    Over the weekend Spotify pushed an update to the beta channel of its Android app, adding support for Android’s Material You icons. Making it one of the first major apps to support the new feature, along with Reddit, Whatsapp, Signal, and more. Spotify’s Material You icon Spotify’s Material You icon is a simple mask of […]

  • Ssupd launches Meshroom S SFF case, built on the Meshlicious

    Ssupd launches Meshroom S SFF case, built on the Meshlicious

    Ssupd recently launched its latest case, Ssupd Meshroom S, with a number of improvements and feature upgrades over the popular Meshlicious. The case comes in at 14.93 litres and continues the 360-degree ventilation trend of the Meshlicious. Meshroom S’s big features The Meshroom S has received a slight bump up in size from the Meshlicious, […]

  • Framework Laptop now available in Australia, from $1,079

    Framework Laptop now available in Australia, from $1,079

    After teasing the news last week, Framework has now officially opened Framework Laptop pre-orders in Australia. The laptop is set to start shipping next month, October, and decreased pricing of the 11th Gen Intel Mainboards. Pre-order Framework now Framework’s Laptop is available for pre-order right now. All you have to do is select your configuration […]

  • Framework Laptop is coming to Australia soon!

    Framework Laptop is coming to Australia soon!

    Framework, the creator of the Framework Laptop, a repair-friendly laptop has announced it will expand to Australia next and are currently finalising its logistics infrastructure. Update: Framework Laptop now available in Australia, from $1,079 Framework in Australia In an email newsletter sent out earlier today, possibly only to those that have asked to be notified […]

  • Lenovo’s LEGION brand isn’t a fan of Framework’s 3D printed power button

    Lenovo’s LEGION brand isn’t a fan of Framework’s 3D printed power button

    In a tweet sent out by Framework yesterday, the company shared that Lenovo lawyers aren’t too fond of Framework’s 3D printed case’s power button design, suggesting it looks too similar to Lenovo’s LEGION brand and may cause confusion. LEGION vs Framework’s power button? Taking a look at the tweet and the image shared, Lenovo’s lawyers […]