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Recent articles by David:

Xiaomi phone cameras could borrow a feature from the Google Pixels

An incoming Xiaomi software update suggests that its built-in AI will soon be able to pick good pictures for you. → Read More

Here's another clue that the iPhone 12 won't come with a charger

Will the iPhone 12 come with a bundled power adapter? According to a survey sent to customers... maybe not. → Read More

Sony Xperia 1 II review: a classy camera and a superb display lead the way

The Sony Xperia 1 II is a flagship worthy of the name → Read More

Surprise Discovery in Lunar Craters Could Force Us to Rethink The Moon's Origins

Scientists still aren't entirely sure how the Moon formed, though plenty of hypotheses have been discussed. Now, new findings around metal deposits in lunar craters could mean we need to rethink those hypotheses again. → Read More

Scientists Show How to Calculate Your Dog's 'Human' Age, And It's Not a Multiple of 7

The conventional wisdom for working out how old your dog is in human terms is to multiple the dog's age by seven – something experts have previously debunked. Now researchers think they've landed on an alternative method that's much more accurate. → Read More

iPhone 12: Price, launch date, specs and news about Apple's next iPhone

The iPhone 12 is on its way: here's everything you can expect → Read More

Why Other People Can't See Your Emojis and How to Fix It

We’ve got more emojis at our fingertips than ever before, but are your friends, relatives, colleagues, and favorite chatbots seeing the colorful cartoon symbols you think they’re seeing? There are several different reasons why emojis can get lost in translation between apps, devices, and platforms, and here we’ll explain how to stop it from happening. → Read More

Seagate The Last of Us Part II Limited Edition Game Drive for PS4 review

2TB of room for your games, post-apocalyptic and otherwise → Read More

NASA Just Released a Spectacular 10-Year Timelapse of Our Mesmerising Sun

For once, we're going to break with the usual advice and tell you that you very much should stare into the Sun. Specifically, into NASA's new 10-year timelapse video of activity on the solar surface. → Read More

All the Sensors in Your Smartphone, and How They Work

Your smartphone is a remarkable feat of engineering. → Read More

10 Tips and Tricks to Make You a Discord Master

Discord is based around digital chat in all its various forms, and while it’s maybe best known among gamers, it can power group chats for a whole host of purposes—like a cooler, less formal Slack. Whether you’ve been on Discord for years or only just opened up the app for the first time, these tips can help you get more out of the platform. → Read More

For The First Time, Scientists Have Captured Video of Brains Clearing Out Dead Neurons

We already know that our brains have a waste disposal system that keeps dead and toxic neurons from clogging up our biological pathways. Now, scientists have managed to capture a video of the process for the first time, in laboratory tests on mice. → Read More

All the Sensors in Your Smartphone, and How They Work

Your smartphone is a remarkable feat of engineering. It’s half a dozen or more gadgets packed into a single slab, and many of its coolest feats are accomplished with a wide range of sensors—but what are they and what do they all actually do? → Read More

Realme X3 SuperZoom review: another competitive, mid-range Android phone

The Realme X3 SuperZoom has plenty of plus points, along with some minuses → Read More

Here's why your phone might not get all the best Android 11 features

A new report highlights some of the upcoming features that manufacturers won't have to add to their Android 11 updates. → Read More

Facebook dark mode is slowly rolling out on the iPhone

Facebook has confirmed dark mode is now being pushed out, though only for a small group of people. → Read More

Scientists Have Demonstrated Quantum Entanglement on a Tiny Satellite Orbiting Earth

In the strange field of quantum physics, quantum entanglement – what Einstein called "spooky action at a distance" – stands out as one of the most intriguing phenomena. And now scientists just managed to successfully demonstrate it again, this → Read More

Gorgeous NASA Simulations Show What Sunsets Would Look Like on Other Worlds

How would the Sun look as it dipped below the horizon on a long (17 hour) day on Uranus? Or what would a late-night sunset on Mars look like, when we finally get there? Thanks to some NASA computer modelling, these scenarios are now a little easier → Read More

iOS 14 is going to let you add captions to your photos at last

More and more of the features arriving with iOS 14 are being revealed, and the latest will please photographers. → Read More

The AR Apple Glasses could arrive with a modular design

A newly published patent suggests that the augmented reality specs might have detachable arms. → Read More