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David Nield

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

Recent articles by David:

The latest Google Pixel 6 leaks include images, promos and specs

We've got more Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro leaks for you, including some promotional photos and videos. → Read More

Best photo printer 2021: get the best printed snaps possible

The best photo printers mean your pictures don't have to stay on your phone → Read More

This Is The Devastating Global Effect a Nuclear War Would Have on Earth's Air

It's clear that a nuclear war would be catastrophic for us and our planet – but just how catastrophic? A new study models the impact that smoke from the fall-out of a nuclear conflict would have on our atmosphere – and the results are predictably → Read More

How Wi-Fi 6E Works, and What It Means for Your Gadgets

The new standard means less congestion and faster speeds for your home network. → Read More

Signs of Blue Cheese And Beer Discovered in Well-Preserved Poop of Iron Age Europeans

You can tell a lot from a chunk of feces – and researchers analyzing human poop that's lasted for 2,700 years have discovered that Iron Age Europeans had a fondness for blue cheese and beer not all that dissimilar from modern-day tastes. → Read More

Long Hauls in Space Seem to Increase Brain Damage Risk, Study Finds

As a species we haven't been exploring space for very long, and scientists are only just beginning to understand the potential health impacts. Now a new study highlights a major problem that might come from extended periods away from Earth: damage to → Read More

A 'Black Hole Laser' Could Finally Shine a Light on Elusive Hawking Radiation

Scientists are getting closer to being able to spot Hawking radiation – that elusive thermal radiation thought to be produced by a black hole's event horizon. Just understanding the concept of this radiation is tricky though, let alone finding it. → Read More

How to Set Up All the iCloud+ Features in iOS 15

If you pay for iCloud storage, you have access to new privacy protections you might not know about. → Read More

Best Xbox controllers 2021: top gamepads for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

Play your Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, or Xbox One the way it should be played → Read More

Mysterious Text Suggests Europeans Knew of America Long Before Columbus Set Sail

Exactly how and when people settled in North America is a topic of much fascination for experts, and now a new analysis of ancient documents is shedding light on some lesser known details of this long-contested timeline. → Read More

Audioengine A2+ review: premium desktop stereo speakers with stellar sound

The Audioengine A2+ speakers are some of the best and most versatile desktop speakers around → Read More

More OnePlus 9RT and OnePlus Buds Z2 details appear before launch day

More specs and pictures leak out online, and OnePlus confirms a few details, while we wait for October 13. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra dummy unit shows off the phone's new design

We're counting down the months to the launch of the Galaxy S22 series, and another Ultra leak has arrived. → Read More

Study Shows Adults Who Stutter Stop if They Think No One Is Listening

More than 70 million people worldwide are thought to have some kind of stuttering speech impediment – including the current President of the United States – and experts are still continuing to learn more about the condition and what causes it. → Read More

Huge Pixel 6 leak reveals almost every detail about the new phones

Retail listings of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro show us which features Google is focusing on in terms of promotion. → Read More

The iPhone SE 3 tipped to get 5G and a spec bump, but no redesign

It's not expected to arrive until 2022, but we think we know what the iPhone SE 3 is going to bring with it. → Read More

An Exoplanet So Hot It Rains Iron May Be Even Hotter Than We Thought

Exoplanets – planets outside our Solar System – continue to provide astronomers with fascinating glimpses of other worlds, including the one designated WASP-76b. On this inferno-like planet, almost the size of Jupiter, the daytime surface temp → Read More

Enjoy It While You Can: Dropping Oxygen Will Eventually Suffocate Most Life on Earth

For now, life is flourishing on our oxygen-rich planet, but Earth wasn't always that way – and scientists have predicted that, in the future, the atmosphere will revert back to one that's rich in methane and low in oxygen. → Read More

Scientists Think They Know How These Peculiar Stone Patterns Form in Frozen Landscapes

In rocky, frosty landscapes, specific patterns of stones can end up forming – it's like human hands have formed them, but without any gardener being anywhere near them. A new study shows how these formations can be created with needle ice – spi → Read More

How to Get the Most Out of Picture-in-Picture on All Your Devices

Watching videos doesn't mean you can't do something else at the same time. → Read More