Finally, some good Cadillac Lyriq news

It’d be easy to get disillusioned about the Cadillac Lyriq, its first all-electric car. After plenty of fanfare – and a few delays – we were finally treated to the sight of the luxury crossover last week, and a very handsome EV it is too. Unfortunately we also found out just when Cadillac actually expects to start building it, and … Continue reading … [Read more...]

Pop-top Unimog motorhome brings smart living to unpeopled hinterlands

Some off-road expedition vehicles replicate the comforts and elbow room of home by pairing huge, stretched living modules with huge trucks. Others attempt to optimize off-roadability by squeezing cramped living quarters into existing utility vehicle footprints. With its latest build, Dutch expedition module specialist Bliss Mobil has found a middle ground, planting an expandable version of its smallest motorhome box on the always-capable … [Read more...]

Civilization VI arrives on Android after a very long wait

Civilization VI first launched on PC and Mac in 2016, and in the four years since then, we’ve seen it come to a bunch of other platforms. The game launched on iPad in 2017, on iOS and Switch in 2018, and then on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2019. Firaxis and Aspyr – the company that largely handles the … Continue reading … [Read more...]

WHO: COVID-19 has “a long way to burn, if we allow it”

This morning the World Health Organization held a press conference in which they outlined the importance of vigilance in the fight against COVID-19. Speaking on the current state of the global pandemic, with regard to containment and advancements in vaccinations, Dr. Michael Joseph Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Program, suggested that the disease has a … Continue reading … [Read more...]

Blync puts indoor cyclists in VR worlds

While cycling is a great form of exercise, factors such as weather and work schedules keep many people from riding as often as they'd like. Kinbona Limited's Blync is designed to help, by using virtual reality tech to make indoor cycling more engaging.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Kickstarter, Cycling, Virtual Reality … [Read more...]

Reborn home computing classic loads up second generation

Home computers in early 80s Britain were pretty rare, and quite expensive. The relatively cheap ZX Spectrum changed that, bringing a splash of color to a monochrome landscape, a bunch of easy-load games and the opportunity to create your own games without needing a Ph.D. Back in 2017, London startup SpecNext launched an enhanced version of the beloved Speccy on Kickstarter, and has now unveiled version two.Continue ReadingCategory: Computers, … [Read more...]