I've been looking for a Wireless Qi Charging solution for a Tesla Model S since I bought it a year ago. I found versions that sat in the storage bin as a tray like the Topfit one here: But this wasn't what I was looking for. I really wanted something to sit where the factory quick… Continue reading Qi Wireless Charging Dock for Tesla Model S/X
I just recently (like many others) picked up a new iPhone XS Max. Lots of good reasons to do so and many reviews are available that cover it better than I can. One reason I personally picked one up is for when I get the opportunity to travel overseas, I wanted to use the eSIM functionality… Continue reading eSIM on the iPhone XS (and XS Max)
It's been a long time between drinks (posts) - sorry! Working in the world of Internet security, the one thing I recommend to individuals every day (if they ask me what they can personally do to be safer online) is to use a password manager. The company I work for doesn't make one, but the… Continue reading Password Managers
My tips on saving money with mobile phones and plans in Australia. Remember contracts are rarely your friend.
I’m playing with a Surface Pro at the moment (very nice), and one thing that was not immediately obvious to me was how to easily eject USB external storage (drives, thumbdrives etc) without having to resort to right clicking the tiny icon in the task bar of Desktop mode.Well I Googled it, and was unable to… Continue reading USB Storage Eject in Windows 8
Quick tech note for those lucky to be using NETGEAR’s new ReadyNAS OS 6, and working to connect to an NFS share as a datastore for VMware ESXi.In RAIDiator 4.x or 5.x (previous ReadyNAS OS), you only needed to add the NFS share name in VMware’s settings. As ReadyNAS OS 6 has a brand new… Continue reading ReadyNAS OS 6 and VMware / NFS
This post contains my thoughts on the Palm Pre Plus (specifically an imported model not supported in Australia yet).