ONYX, the California-based electric bike maker, just announced its latest ebike built to handle rough terrain, jumps, and more. The all-new ONYX LZR comes in two different motor configurations and is clearly being advertised as the perfect ebike to hit jumps and bring electrification to the air.
To many people, the internet is an invasive, essential, and ever-present force. But nearly half of the world’s population lacks home or mobile internet access, and even in “developed” nations, the internet is held together by superglue. That’s why iFixit has made the entirety of its guides available offline.
In July, NASA confirmed its epic new Artemis 1 mega-rocket would launch in late August or early September, and now all systems are a go for August 29th. Here’s how to watch NASA’s uncrewed mission heading to the moon.
Garmin’s bike computers offer a ton of constantly improving features for cyclists, like GPS, maps, navigation, and a slew of health and fitness options. This week, the company released a big beta update for the Edge 1040 with even more features and ebike support.
DJI has launched a new first-person view cinematic drone called the Avata, along with a new DJI Goggles 2 video headset as it hopes to build on the success of its first FPV drone. The DJI Avata is smaller, lighter at only 410 grams, safer, and perfect for beginners or flying indoors.
The Plex streaming platform warns that a “third-party” accessed user data, including email addresses and encrypted passwords. In an email sent on August 23rd, Plex states that all users should reset their password—this process should take you less than a minute, but it could save you a ton of heartache in the future.
For better or worse, TerraMaster is the “budget” NAS brand. I’ve always felt lukewarm about the company’s products, which tend to offer a great value at the expense of performance or specs. But the new TerraMaster F4-423 seems to do away with compromises—it’s an awesome little machine.
Despite the efforts of over 30 million editors, Wikipedia sure ain’t perfect. Some information on Wikipedia lacks a genuine source or citation—as we learned with the Pringle Man hoax, this can have a wide-ranging impact on culture or “facts.” But Meta, formerly Facebook, hopes to solve Wikipedia’s big problem with AI.