WD launches enormous 4TB SD card for creative pros — smashes world record for largest removable memory card to smithereens at twice the capacity of biggest microSD cards

WD launches enormous 4TB SD card for creative pros — smashes world record for largest removable memory card to smithereens at twice the capacity of biggest microSD cards
As higher resolutions and more frames per second become standard in photography and video creation, the demand for larger, more adaptable storage solutions is growing. In response, manufacturers are developing faster, more user-friendly storage options to meet the rigorous project... Read more

There are thousands of deals at Amazon right now – here’s 13 bargains I’d buy

There are thousands of deals at Amazon right now - here's 13 bargains I'd buy
The weekend has officially arrived, and if you’re browsing for some Saturday bargains, Amazon has some fantastic deals right now. Amazon’s weekend sale includes discounts on tech gadgets like AirPods, TVs, and tablets and best-selling home items like vacuums and... Read more

Prime Video’s Fallout series is getting high scores – here are 3 smart sci-fi shows to stream next

Prime Video's Fallout series is getting high scores – here are 3 smart sci-fi shows to stream next
Fallout, Prime Video’s adaptation of the beloved game franchise, appears to be a hit: it’s currently sitting with 93% on Rotten Tomatoes and a whole bunch of rave reviews.  Inverse says it’s “as utterly addicting as it is innovative, and... Read more

Microsoft targets another corner of Windows 11 with – you guessed it – adverts, and we’re getting a bit fed up with this

New Windows 11 update fixes a whole lot of things – but breaks some as well
Microsoft is testing adding a fresh batch of ads to the Windows 11 interface, this time in the Start menu. Recent digging in preview builds had suggested this move was in the cards, and now those cards have been dealt... Read more

An incredible $100 billion bet to get rid of Nvidia dependence — tech experts reckon Microsoft will build a million-server strong data center that will primarily use critical inhouse components

An incredible $100 billion bet to get rid of Nvidia dependence — tech experts reckon Microsoft will build a million-server strong data center that will primarily use critical inhouse components
Microsoft and OpenAI are reportedly in the process of planning a groundbreaking data center project which would include an AI supercomputer named “Stargate”. A report by Anissa Gardizy and Amir Efrati in The Information claims the goal of the project,... Read more

The Google Pixel 8a leaks twice, hinting at its design, and four color options

Google Pixel 8a leaked renders in four colors
Nothing is official yet, but if we had to make an educated guess, we’d say the Google Pixel 8a is going to be unveiled on the first day of Google I/O 2024, which is May 14. Now two new leaks... Read more

Intel finally brings its latest laptop CPU tech to other platforms but desktop users are shunned — Meteor Lake-PS architecture fuses Core Ultra and LGA socket, targets edge systems instead

Intel finally brings its latest laptop CPU tech to other platforms but desktop users are shunned — Meteor Lake-PS architecture fuses Core Ultra and LGA socket, targets edge systems instead
It was expected that Intel’s LGA1851 socket would house the tech giant’s next-gen Arrow Lake chips, but for now it seems the company might have another use for it.  At the recent Embedded World conference, Intel unveiled its Meteor Lake-PS... Read more

Quordle today – hints and answers for Sunday, April 14 (game #811)

Quordle today – hints and answers for Monday, March 25 (game #791)
Quordle needs to be approached in a different way to Wordle. With four puzzles to solve in nine guesses, you can’t blindly throw letters at it and expect to win – you’ll stand a far better chance if you think... Read more

NYT Strands today — hints, answers and spangram for Sunday, April 14 (game #42)

Marc McLaren
Have you been hooked by Strands yet? It’s fast becoming a must-play for me, (almost) as essential as getting my daily Wordle fix. Presumably, if you’re reading this page then you are at least vaguely interested in it – so... Read more

HP launched a very promising ultra portable XPS13 killer laptop — the 1kg EliteBook 635 Aero G11 is only available in Japan with seemingly no plans for a global launch, but why?

HP launched a very promising ultra portable XPS13 killer laptop — the 1kg EliteBook 635 Aero G11 is only available in Japan with seemingly no plans for a global launch, but why?
HP has launched a new ultra-portable laptop in Japan, and the sleek and powerful EliteBook 635 Aero G11 is already being hailed as a potential competitor to Dell’s XPS 13, thanks to impressive specs and a lightweight design.  The Windows... Read more