The obscure little PC that wanted to be a big NAS — super compact Maiyunda M1 doesn’t cost that much, offers up to 40TB SSD storage, runs Windows and has 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports

At first glance, the Maiyunda M1 doesn’t look all that special. It’s a mini PC with a large on/off button on the front, alongside a TF card slot, a USB 3.0 port, and two USB 2.0 ports. On the rear, there are HDMI 2.0 and DP ports to allow the device to drive two screens … Read more

World’s fastest broadband connection went live down under — Nokia demos 100 gigabit internet line in Australia in record-breaking attempt but doesn’t say when it will go on sale

Faster broadband is on the way, and it won’t require network providers to overhaul their infrastructure. nbn, the largest wholesale broadband provider in Australia, used Nokia’s Lightspan MF fiber platform, to deliver 10G, 25G, 50G and 100G broadband speeds over its existing fiber network. Nokia’s Lightspan delivers next-generation Passive Optical Network (PON) at scale. PON … Read more

Samsung’s new Bespoke microwave doesn’t need micromanaging

Last updated: April 10th, 2024 at 12:25 UTC+02:00 Samsung is using artificial intelligence with every chance it gets, and even its latest Bespoke kitchen appliances use more AI than ever before. The Korean tech giant launched its latest Bespoke AI lineup earlier this month, and it is now available for pre-order. Interestingly, one of the … Read more

Xiaomi’s first flip phone has something Galaxy Z Flip 5 doesn’t – SamMobile

While Samsung has released five generations of Galaxy Z Flip series phones, the only big change it brought to the lineup was with the Galaxy Z Flip 5. It has a much bigger screen than previous-generation Galaxy Z Flip phones. While the company introduced a slightly larger primary camera with the Galaxy Z Flip 4, … Read more

Tweeting about your paper doesn’t boost citations

Hello Nature readers, would you like to get this Briefing in your inbox free every day? Sign up here. Even before recent complaints about X’s declining quality, posting a paper on the social media platform did not translate to a boost in citations.Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Posting about a paper on X (formerly Twitter) seems to … Read more

OnePlus doesn’t want this new Android ‘norm’ – and it’s made the OnePlus 12 even better value

Keeping your phone till it dies has got a whole lot more difficult lately, right? Hardware has reached a point in recent years where for once, it’s more likely that you’ll get bored of your phone long before you kill it and phone companies are starting to steer into this, admittedly positive, skid. That is, … Read more

Lack of focus doesn’t equal lack of intelligence — it’s proof of an intricate brain

Imagine a busy restaurant: dishes clattering, music playing, people talking loudly over one another. It’s a wonder that anyone in that kind of environment can focus enough to have a conversation. A new study by researchers at Brown University’s Carney Institute for Brain Science provides some of the most detailed insights yet into the brain … Read more