10 tips for streaming your tech usage

In today’s business world, it’s more important than ever to be productive. With the dawn of the internet and the rise of the digital age, there are more distractions and potential time-wasters than ever before. So, how can you ensure that you’re making the most of your time? By streaming your tech usage, that’s how! Keep reading for tips on how to do just that.

Automation is your friend

There is a lot of talk about automation in the modern business world, and this is for good reason. Everything from robotic systems integration to live chatbots are evidence of the power of automation. The more aspects of automation you can implement into your workflow, the more you will be free to reinvest your time and energy into serving your values.

When you are first considering using automation in your business, it helps to start out slow. Trying to automate too many things at one time can create even more problems for you. A better approach is one that uses trial and error to iron out problems and proceed with the utmost efficiency.

Define your goals

The first step to streaming your tech usage is defining your goals. What exactly do

Rugged protection meet high speed
Techaeris Rated 9/10

Portable SSDs are a must for most creatives and business persons. The SSD isn’t horrible fragile, but there are instances and situations where you do not want to worry about damaging them. The Samsung T7 Shield removes the worry by enclosing itself in a rugged IP65-rated case.

The IP65 rating gives the Samsung T7 Shield a high dust and water resistance level, making it perfect for photographers, videographers, and business people to take into some of the harshest environments. Here is our quick review of this rugged and compact SSD, made for those on the move.


The Samsung T7 Shield has the following features and specifications:

  • Capacity: 1TB or 2TB
  • Interfaces: USB 3.2 Gen2 (10Gbps)
  • Encryption: AES 256-bit hardware encryption
  • Sequential Read Speeds: Up to 1,050 MB/sec
  • Sequential Write Speeds: Up to 1,000 MB/sec
  • Water/Dust Resistant: IP65
  • Drop Resistant: Up to 3m
  • Dimensions: 59 x 88 x 13mm
  • Weights: 98 grams

What’s In The Box

  • Samsung T7 Shield
  • USB Cable
  • Manuals and Documentation


Samsung T7 Shield review: Rugged protection meet high speed

The Samsung T7 Shield design has a basic rugged aesthetic that looks rather appealing. The ruggedized case has a rubber-like feel which I love since it will not slip and slide on a table.


The Keanu Reeves-backed ARCH 1s motorcycle is here

If you don’t know that Keanu Reeves is a huge motorcycle nut, well, now you do. The John Wick actor is well known for riding around Los Angeles on some of his favorite motorcycles. Keanu Reeves is also one of the nicest celebrities you could meet; it seems that way from many online reports.

A while back, I caught a video on YouTube where Keanu Reeves and co-founder Gard Hollinger talked about ARCH Motorcycles and what they were doing to bring one of Reeves’s ideas to life. Well, that idea is now a reality, and the reality is now in production in the form of the ARCH 1s.

But the ARCH 1s isn’t the first ARCH motorcycle, the company released the KRGT-1 before the ARCH 1s, but the 1s is the evolution. The 1s brings a “one-of-a-kind performance cruiser formula with an aggressive riding
position to create a Sport Cruiser.”

The ARCH 1s is the company’s first production single-sided swing-arm motorcycle. It also debuts new mid-controls for a more aggressive riding position and handling. It features the 124ci, high-torque ARCH/S&S V-twin downdraft fuel-injected engine, complemented by an ARCH-designed exhaust system and a carbon fiber fuel cell integrating the air intake

Microsoft announces a stack of Surface devices

Today Microsoft took its turn on the stage to announce a stack of new Surface devices. The company’s theme was taking the Windows PC into the next era of computing. Microsoft plans on using the Surface line to combine PC and cloud with AI technology to “unlock new experiences.” Big words, I know.

Microsoft says that its Surface line has “challenged the convention of the PC– through innovative form factors and new interaction models that transformed what the industry expects from a laptop, desktop, tablet, and mobile productivity device.” Here’s a quick rundown of the Surface devices announced today.

Microsoft Surface 2022

Surface Pro 9

The Pro 9 continues its legacy of the tablet that can replace your laptop. With touch capability, ink, a full-size trackpad, and a solid and familiar keyboard, it’s still one of the better hybrids on the market. Microsoft considers this the best 2-in-1 on the market, they won’t convince me of that, but it is right up there at the top.

“Surface Pro 9 is crafted with high-grade aluminum casing in a new set of beautiful, anodized colors1. On one side, you see the iconic built-in kickstand and a gorgeous 13-inch PixelSense display on the

Redesigned Pixel 7/7 Pro powered by Tensor G2 processor fully unveiled

While not a secret having been teased earlier this year, Google has officially unveiled and released pricing on the new Pixel 7/7 Pro Android smartphones. The major upgrade on these over the Pixel 6/6Pro is the second-generation Google processor: the Tensor G2.

That’s not all that’s different as the phones have an even sleeker design. Both phones are more sustainable with an aluminum enclosure that is made from 100% recycled content. The 6.3-inch FHD+ Pixel 7 comes in Snow, Obsidian, and a new Lemongrass color while the 6.7-inch QHD+ Pixel 7 Pro comes in Snow, Obsidian, and a new Hazel colour.

The Google Tensor G2 has three cores: 2.85GHz Dual Cortex X1 Big CPU, 2.35GHz Dual Cortex A78 Medium CPU, and 1.85GHz Quad Cortex A55 Small CPU cores. A Google custom TPU sits alongside the ARM Mali G710 MP07 GPU with 4MB of CPU L3 cache and 8MB of System Level Cache. Key security features of the Tensor G2 include Tensor security core, Certified Titan M2 security chip, CPU virtualization, and Trusty OS on TrustZone. Like the Pixel 6/6 Pro, the 7/7 Pro will get 3 years of software updates and 5 years of security updates.

With the new Tensor

Google Chrome has most vulnerabilities of any browser in 2022 (so far)

According to a report released by Atlas VPN, Google Chrome is the most “vulnerability-ridden” browser of 2022, with 303 vulnerabilities discovered so far this year. Not only that, but it is also the all-time leader with 3,159 vulnerabilities since it was released. Given it is, by far, the most popular browser in the world, that isn’t entirely unexpected.

Following Google Chrome is Mozilla Firefox with 117 (less than half), Microsoft Edge with 103, Safari with 26, and Opera with no documented vulnerabilities. enough, both Edge and Opera are based on Chromium, the underlying engine for Google Chrome. On that note, some of the Chrome vulnerabilities may also affect these other two browsers if they’re Chromium vulnerabilities but have yet to be discovered or reported in Edge or Opera.

YTD and all-time web browser vulnerabilities by web browser chart
YTD and all-time web browser vulnerabilities by web browser.

There are many ways your browser can get exploited or hijacked, and there are a few ways you can help mitigate browser attacks.

“Hackers have various techniques to exploit browser vulnerabilities. Fortunately, users can take steps to mitigate the risks of their browsers getting compromised. It is important to keep your browsers up to date, to be mindful of the browser plugins you

PRS announces three new PRS Pedals

I am a PRS (Paul Reed Smith) fan, with five hanging on my walls. All of them are from the PRS SE family, as their Private Stock series is way out of my price range, but I digress. PRS has been making guitars since the mid-’80s; still an infant compared to other brands.

But the company’s founder is still alive and well and taking PRS into a new market, stomp boxes. The company announced its new PRS Pedals yesterday, and they look fantastic. The new made-in-the-USA PRS Pedals include Horsemeat, Mary Cries, and Wind Through The Trees.

Here’s how the company describes its new line of stompboxes.

PRS Pedals

Horsemeat – Transparent Overdrive

We developed the Horsemeat transparent overdrive pedal to enhance your sound without coloring your tone. Horsemeat adds harmonic midrange richness and overdrives without cutting out your high notes, giving you more headroom. It features a complete EQ section so you can dial in your tone and has a wide range of gain on tap. Depending on the setting, Horsemeat can be used as a clean boost, straight overdrive, or even enhance your amplifier’s distortion by slightly pushing the front end of the amplifier’s preamp section.

Wind Through

Hardware quick look and test setup

Over the last year, I have researched solar power options for my house and road trips. When you jump in, you discover you will need solar panels, batteries, PWM or MPPT controllers, inverters, and other components. Once you get all the parts, you get to figure out diagrams, connect everything and then hope when you flip the switch, it doesn’t spark, arc, or start a fire. I would be a wild one if I didn’t say I was pretty intimidated by the task. Luckily for me and those of you who might be a bit daunted by the job, there are a few companies out there innovating and making things much more manageable. The first system we could get our hands on and start working with is the new EcoFlow Power Kit.

The EcoFlow Power Kit is one of, if not the first, plug-n-play modular power solutions. The Power kit has four components. However, you may only need two of the four to create a successful system for your needs. You have the Power Hub, the battery or batteries, the AC/DC distribution panel, and the console. Let’s take a quick tour of each component and then get to a quick

Canon announces the SELPHY CP1500 photo printer

While their use has been significantly dropped, the use of physical photos is far from dead. We’ve moved into a digital world, and the physical picture has been pushed to the back seat. But a large portion of users still wants a physical print. That’s why something like the Canon SELPHY CP1500 could be a popular device.

The Canon SELPHY CP1500 is a great idea for printing physical photos to frame and for scrapbooking and crafts. Canon says this new printer delivers long-lasting, durable, high-quality prints in less than a minute. They say that the photos will last the longest protected in an album, which I think is common sense.

In a stylish and compact design, the Canon SELPHY CP1500 photo printer is small enough to fit in a pocket or small purse. It can be taken on the go – using the included AC adapter or the optional battery (sold separately). Its diminutive size doesn’t make the CP1500 short on function, though.

Canon announces the SELPHY CP1500 photo printer

The printer’s standard print size is 4″ x 6″ postcard – printed in approximately 41 seconds2. With the purchase of the optional cassette (sold separately), it can also print card (2.1″ x 3.4″) and square label (2.1″

Meet the latest GameSir mobile game controller: The Xbox-licensed X2 Pro

There have been a number of companies releasing mobile game controllers for smartphones over the past couple of years. We’ve reviewed a couple of the GameSir mobile game controllers in the past, and the company now has an official Xbox-licensed version: the X2 Pro for Android.

Like other companies, GameSir is moving from membrane to micro switches for a more console-like experience, and even better responsiveness. The GameSir Xbox-licensed X2 Pro uses Kailh micro switches in the LB/LR buttons for up to 3 million clicks and Hall Effect analog LT/RT triggers.

“The X2 Pro supports nearly all popular streaming services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Xbox Remote Play, Stadia, NVIDIA GeForce Now and Amazon Luna, meaning it is now possible for gamers to enjoy PC & Console games anytime and anywhere. Built for a direct Type-C connection to the phone, X2 Pro allows you to simply plug the phone in and jump right in to any controller-supported games from Diablo Immortal to Fortnite, with almost no input latency. It is now also possible to charge the smartphone whilst using the controller thanks to the pass-through charging for an unstoppable gaming experience.”