In a wonderful display of cyber whimsy, a man has booted DOS from a vinyl record, and even left instructions for others to do the same.
Apple halves its commission from smaller developers, but competing companies remain vocal about what they see as a monopoly.
Nvidia RTX Voice software not only officially supports GTX cards now but you can even use it to clean pre-recorded audio, with a little help.
The last release for Chrome in 2020 has a bunch of neat changes to help reduce CPU usage for tab fiends. It also adds a bunch of productivity features which look surprisingly helpful.
It turns out many of us aren’t doing a very good job of this remote working thing, and it’s putting us at risk of burnout.
You can buy a .gay domain to not only have a very cool website but also give proceeds to charity, and get some extra protection against bigots.
Twitch has finally provided a clear update on the DMCA situation plaguing the streaming service, but the issues continue.
3D printed prosthetics just keep getting cooler as this Open Bionic arm shows that looks just like Venom Snake’s from Metal Gear Solid.
There’s a lot of gadgets to be excited about this week. But it’s the PlayStation 5’s new DualSense controller that is the most revolutionary.
Not only are they a bunch of weird little rat-ducks who lay eggs with a dash of venom, now they can glow too.
Starting June 2021, you’ll need to pay up to store all your cat photos on Google Photos beyond the basic 15GB Google account limit.
Begin learning your nearest First Nations language thanks to the online-based 50 Words Project, which went live in time for NAIDOC week.
Today we see new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini models with Apple’s new M1 chip. And they’re bonkers fast.