Animal Crossing: New Horizons launched on the Nintendo Switch on March 20th, 2020, and since then, it’s become a full-blown cultural phenomenon, which is now celebrating its anniversary.
A Twitter bot, @MelodyBot3456, posts randomly generated music every hour, and I’ve been listening to its songs all week. The songs are often bizarre and regularly veer in unexpected and hilarious directions.
Most NFTs are bought and sold with Ethereum, a cryptocurrency that guzzles up energy and pumps out a lot of greenhouse gas emissions. Artists are fighting over whether there can be a more sustainable future for crypto art.
Users are reporting that the latest Windows 10 update is causing issues with printers from brands including Kyocera, Ricoh, and Zebra. While Microsoft looks into the issue, Reddit has generated some temporary solutions.
Google is changing its Play Store policies: starting on July 1st, developers will only pay a 15 percent fee on their first $1 million in Play Store sales each year, instead of the previous 30 percent.
There’s only one variant of the OnePlus 8 that will work on Verizon’s 5G UWB network, and B&H Photo is selling it for almost half off its original price. You can also save on Amazon’s Echo Dot smart speaker with a clock.
Match Group is teaming up with Garbo to bring background checks to its dating apps, including Tinder. Users will be able to run a background check from the app on potential dates.
Intel’s 11th Gen desktop chips are finally here with its Rocket Lake-S products, which combine the best parts of Intel’s 14nm process with its 10nm designs for faster speeds — but with fewer cores than the 10th Gen designs.
Two configurations of the 21.5-inch iMac are now joining the Pro in retirement: the 512GB and 1TB SSD configurations are no longer available for purchase, with only the 256GB SSD and 1TB Fusion drive versions available on Apple’s website.
Apple is suing Simon Lancaster, a former product design architect who worked at the company for 11 years, accusing him of selling trade secrets about unreleased Apple products to a media contact in exchange for favorable coverage.