Andrew CunninghamAndrew is a Senior Technology Reporter at Ars Technica, with a focus on consumer tech including computer hardware and in-depth critiques of working methods like Windows and macOS. Andrew lives in Philadelphia and co-hosts a weekly book Gadget News podcast known as Overdue. Yesterday Google outlined the adjustments it will make to adjust to the EU’s Digital Markets Act that goes into impact starting at present.

  • The options of the clock gadget allow you to allow the second hand or to vary the timezone.
  • These three default devices will seem on the best side.
  • Keep your telephone, pill, laptop computer, and other electronics operating with these handheld energy banks.
  • And if it means laptop computer makers cease soldering RAM immediately onto motherboards, we’ll call it a win.