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David Nield

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Recent:
  • TechRadar
  • ScienceAlert
  • Gizmodo
  • T3.com
Past:
  • Gizmodo UK
  • Wareable
  • Pocketlint
  • The Telegraph
  • Gizmag
  • The Guardian
  • Alphr
  • Digital Trends
  • AskMen

Recent articles by David:

The iPhone 15 Pro could get solid-state volume and power buttons

Another source now says that Apple is going to use haptic technology in place of buttons on the pricier 2023 iPhones. → Read More

Scientists Revived Ancient 'Zombie Viruses' Frozen For Eons in Siberia

As the world warms up, vast tranches of permafrost are melting, releasing material that's been trapped in its icy grip for years. → Read More

These Record-Breaking Twins Are The 'Oldest' Babies Ever Born

Twins Lydia and Timothy Ridgeway were welcomed into the world on 31 October 2022 – more than 30 years after being frozen as embryos. → Read More

Hypertension Inside Your Eye Could Be Making It Age Faster, Scientists Say

Just like most parts of the human body, our eyes gradually deteriorate over time. → Read More

These 4 Key Things Can Help You Wake Up Feeling Great, Scientists Say

A new study identifies four key factors that make a difference in waking up well in the morning – powering through to lunchtime alert and refreshed at one end of the scale, or fighting through grogginess and multiple taps of the snooze button at the... → Read More

'SuperGPS' Technology Accurately Pinpoints Your Position Within Inches

Many of us rely on GPS (Global Positioning System) to estimate travel times, find our way to new places, avoid traffic congestion, keep track of the kids, and generally avoid getting lost. → Read More

How to Set Screen Time Limits on Your Phone or Laptop To Keep Yourself Focused

Spending too much time on your devices? You already have the tools you need to manage it. → Read More

Ancient Roman Roads Still Have a Mysterious Effect, Even When They Vanish

The Romans certainly knew what they were doing when it came to road-building, and new research shows that the routes they mapped out thousands of years ago are still linked to areas of prosperity today. → Read More

OnePlus Buds Pro 2 design gets shown off in unofficial renders

We might not see the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 until next year, but a new leak suggests they'll have a familiar look. → Read More

Here's one spec where the Samsung Galaxy S23 might not get an upgrade

It looks as though the Samsung Galaxy S23 will stick with the Qualcomm 3D Sonic Sensor Gen 2 fingerprint sensor. → Read More

OnePlus 11 rumored to get a ceramic finish and 16GB of RAM

We've got some new information about the finish of the OnePlus 11, the RAM it'll be carrying, and its storage tech. → Read More

6 Years Later, Marine Life Still Hasn't Recovered From The Monstrous Ocean Heat Blob

Nicknamed 'the Blob', a large patch of abnormally warm water covering a section of the Pacific Ocean from 2014 to 2016 behaved just like a B-grade horror movie, having a devastating impact on a wide variety of species. → Read More

How to Use Live Captions to Add Subtitles to Any Device's Audio and Video

How to add audio and video captions to just about any device. → Read More

Scientists Reveal How Much Exercise You Need to 'Offset' a Day of Sitting

We know that spending lots of time sitting down isn't good for us, but just how much exercise is needed to counteract the negative health effects of sitting down all day? Research suggests about 30-40 minutes per day of building up a sweat should do... → Read More

Earth Can Stabilize Its Own Climate, But Not Quickly Enough to Help Us

Earth is able to regulate and stabilize its own temperature across vast timescales – 100,000 years or so on average – even after dramatic shifts in climate caused by ice ages, solar radiation shifts, and intense volcanic activity, new research suggests. → Read More

Giant Blooms of Microscopic Life Seem to Be Thriving Beneath Antarctic Ice

The Southern Ocean's vast shelves of floating ice appear to hide sprawling blooms of phytoplankton, a discovery that could significantly change our understanding of Antarctica's marine ecosystem and how it might be impacted by climate change. → Read More

How To Use iCloud Photos on Non-Apple Devices

You can access your iCloud photos and videos from Windows, Android and the web. → Read More

Surprise Discovery Shows AirPods Can Work as Well as Expensive Hearing Aids

Higher end AirPods have the potential to act as hearing aids for adults with mild to moderate hearing loss, according to new research that put the Apple-made earbuds up against traditional hearing aids in a series of tests. → Read More

Scientists Discover a Giant Manta Ray Population, 10 Times Bigger Than Any Other

With so many species under threat due to human activity and climate change, it's encouraging to hear about one population that's doing very well for itself: a group of more than 22,000 oceanic manta rays (Mobula birostris) off the coast of Ecuador. → Read More

Scientists Record a Virus 'Prowling' Cells in Search of a Way Inside

For the first time, scientists have been able to make a three-dimensional, real-time recording of the moment a virus hijacks a cell, giving us a deeper level of understanding of how infections take hold in the body. → Read More