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David Nield

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

Recent articles by David:

Many People Seem Disgusted by The Thought of Eating Cultured Meat

Cultured meat grown in a lab has the potential to be much more environmentally friendly than current practices in the agriculture industry, but a new study has revealed a looming problem: a lot of people really don't like the idea of eating it. → Read More

The iPad Pro 2022 could support MagSafe through a glass Apple logo

The upgraded flagship tablets are still on course to get the wireless charging technology, according to reports. → Read More

Huge Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 leak reveals everything about the upcoming tablets

We've learned just about everything there is to learn about the three tablets that Samsung is expected to launch soon. → Read More

All iPhone 14 models tipped to get 120Hz displays, 6GB of RAM

You could get more phone for the same amount of money when Apple gets around to launching the iPhone 14. → Read More

Google's foldable could be relatively cheap, and called the Pixel Notepad

The folding device is apparently launching this year, though you might initially struggle to get hold of one. → Read More

Fossil Analysis Reveals This Well-Armored Dinosaur Was Probably Sluggish And Deaf

Reanalyzing fossils can often lead to new discoveries, as has been the case with a study of an 80 million-year-old Late Cretaceous Struthiosaurus austriacus skull. A new analysis reveals the dinosaur was likely sluggish in its movements and was proba → Read More

How to Keep Your Browser From Sucking Up All Your RAM

Reclaim precious system resources with a few browser tweaks. → Read More

Take a Look at The Largest And Most Detailed 3D Map of The Universe Ever Made

The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI), currently pointed at the skies from its home in the Nicholas U. Mayall Telescope at the Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona, is tasked with charting the expansion of space, investigating dark en → Read More

Latest Study Finds No Trace of Aliens in 4-Billion-Year-Old Martian Meteorite

To date, we've found over a hundred precious Mars rocks that have travelled from the red planet and landed on Earth at some point. Among those, specimen ALH84001 might well be one of the most enigmatic. → Read More

How to Take Scrolling Screenshots on Any Device

Go beyond basic screenshots on any phone or laptop. → Read More

Das Keyboard 5QS review: a premium mechanical keyboard gamers will love

The Das Keyboard 5QS is powerful, versatile and a pleasure to use → Read More

There's a Hidden Mathematical 'Law' in The Sand Megaripples Found All Over Earth

Wherever there is sand and an atmosphere, prevailing winds may whip the grains into undulating shapes, pleasing to the eye with their calming repetition. → Read More

The best mechanical keyboards 2022: get top keys and switches to type on

We've got all the best mechanical keyboards together in one place → Read More

Scientists Built The World's Tiniest Antenna, And It's Made Out of DNA

Scientists have built the tiniest antenna ever made – just five nanometers in length. Unlike its much larger counterparts we're all familiar with, this minuscule thing isn't made to transmit radio waves, but to glean the secrets of ever-changing → Read More

We Thought This Cell Death Phenomenon Was Irreversible, But We Were Wrong

Pyroptosis, a type of programmed cell death related to infection and an inflammation response, can actually be stopped and managed, according to new research – whereas it was previously thought that the process was irreversible once it gets going. → Read More

15 Essential Shortcuts to Add to Your Android Home Screen

Go beyond widgets with these quick links to your most-used apps' important features. → Read More

Microbes in The Ocean Depths Can Make Oxygen Without Sun. This Discovery Could Be Huge

For most of life on Earth, oxygen is essential, and sunlight is usually needed to produce that oxygen. But in an exciting twist, researchers have caught a common, ocean-dwelling microbe breaking all the rules. → Read More

How Quantum Dot OLED Will Change the Way TVs Look

A new type of display technology could make a huge difference in your viewing experience. → Read More

BenQ EW3880R monitor review: the perfect panel for ultrawide entertainment

The BenQ EW3880R has the picture and audio quality to shine → Read More

Google launches Ripple to bring its tiny radar tech to more devices – and cars

Companies including Ford and Texas Instruments have signed on to help develop radar solutions for the masses. → Read More