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  1. The L.A. rapper brought out 21 Savage, Teezo Touchdown and A$AP Rocky for her Sunday headlining setView the full article
  2. Balvin surprised Coachella with a Men in Black moment, plus guest stars Tainy, De La Ghetto and Jowell & RandyView the full article
  3. Rapp invited the singer for a surprise appearance during her set at the fest on SundayView the full article
  4. Singer pops up unannounced before Kevin Abstract's set to deliver synth-laden rendition of hit country singleView the full article
  5. Sky Ferreira popped up as a surprise guest at the beginning of Kevin Abstract’s Coachella set on Saturday afternoon. She sang a quadeca-produced cover of Lady A (formerly Lady Antebellum)’s 2009 hit “Need You Now.” Ferreira just wrapped up a European tour last week, her latest in a string of live shows that kicked off last year. Check out video of her Coachella appearance below. View the full article
  6. "It’s coming from Rick Ross the guy I did songs with he’s gone loopy off the Mounjaro he hasn’t eaten in days and it’s turned him angry and racist," Drake tells mom of Ross' "Champagne Moments"View the full article
  7. The Mexican band of brothers talks about making their U.S. festival debut and hoping to collaborate with Karol G and Bad BunnyView the full article
  8. Blxst, Blur, and Ice Spice also played at some of the best sets of SaturdayView the full article
  9. Ice Spice made her Coachella debut on Saturday night, and she performed a new track which samples Sean Paul’s 2005 song “Gimme The Light.” Ice Spice’s debut album Y2K is expected sometime this year. She closed out the set with recent single “Think U The Shit (Fart).” View the full article
  10. Sublime performed at Coachella on Saturday, the first time that late frontman Bradley Nowell’s son Jakob performed a full set with his father’s old band in public since he officially joined the lineup. Previously, the new-old Sublime played a benefit show in Los Angeles in December. The current Sublime lineup also includes original members Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh. View the full article
  11. On Saturday, Grimes did a DJ set at Coachella. She entered the stage sitting on a giant mechanical spider. “Everyone begged me not to spend most of my Coachella budget on a giant mechanical spider but they were so wrong,” she tweeted a day before the show. “I was not able to rehearse tiding on top of the mechanical spider for safety reasons so if I am unable to gracefully get off the spider plz forgive me,” she tweeted a few hours before the show. View the full article
  12. Last week, Billie Eilish announced a new album called Hit Me Hard And Soft — it’ll be out on May 17, and she said she won’t be releasing any advance singles from it. Eilish is bopping around Coachella this weekend. She joined Lana Del Rey for Friday night’s headlining set to do “Ocean Eyes” and “Video Games,” and on Saturday Eilish did a surprise DJ set on one of Coachella’s smaller stages called The Do LaB. She previewed a handful of new songs from her new album: “Lunch,” “L’Amour De Ma Vie,” and “Chihiro.” That last one is named after the main character in Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away, and Eilish also teased it during a Zane Lowe interview on Friday. Check out some clips from Eilish’s DJ set below. View the full article
  13. Vampire Weekend performed on Saturday afternoon during the first weekend of Coachella as a last-minute addition to the lineup. The band has been busy since the release of Only God Was Above Us just a week ago between their Austin eclipse album release show and appearances on SiriusXMU and The Daily Show. Their Coachella set ended with the band’s “Cocaine Cowboys” jam, which they debuted at that Austin show, but this time they brought out a special guest for it. Paris Hilton joined them, dressed in a cowboy hat, and played cornhole on stage. Not long after that, an Abraham Lincoln impersonator came out to do the same. Watch video below. View the full article
  14. No Doubt reunited for their first show in nine years during the second night of Coachella 2024. The show is rumored to kick off a new No Doubt album and tour cycle — the group’s last full-length was 2012’s Push And Shove. They were joined during their set by Olivia Rodrigo, who came out as a surprise guest for “Bathwater.” View the full article
  15. Ryan Gosling was the host opposite musical guest Chris Stapleton on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live. Gosling sang Taylor Swift, rapped with Stapleton, and dressed as Beavis during the course of the show. View the full article
  16. Tyler, The Creator headlined the second night of Coachella 2024, and he brought some special guests along. Tyler, who hasn’t released an album since 2021’s Call Me If You Get Lost, turned the stage into a rocky desert set. View the full article
  17. The pop star is currently on a short break of her Eras TourView the full article
  18. The rap star also welcomed Childish Gambino, A$AP Rocky, Kali Uchis and Charlie Wilson to the stageView the full article
  19. The country guitarist makes his third SNL appearance with two tracks from his latest album, HigherView the full article
  20. On Friday afternoon, Faye Webster made her Coachella debut. She performed a couple tracks from her latest album Underdressed At The Symphony live for the first time — “Wanna Quit All The Time,” “He Loves Me Yeah!,” and “Lego Ring” (though no Lil Yachty appearance for that last one). Webster performed in front of a giant blue t-shirt and was surrounded by a bunch of blue garments — a nod to the Underdressed At The Symphony album cover — and she wore what could pass for pajamas. View the full article
  21. Enlarge / Generic, non-Western Digital SD cards. (credit: Getty) Western Digital plans to release the first 4TB SD card next year. On Thursday, the storage firm announced plans to demo the product in person next week. Western Digital will launch the SD card, which follows the SD Association's Secure Digital Ultra Capacity (SDUC) standard, under its SanDisk brand and market it toward "complex media and entertainment workflows," such as high-resolution video with high framerates, using cameras and laptops, the announcement said. The spacious card will use the Ultra High Speed-1 (UHS-1) bus interface, supporting max theoretical transfer rates of up to 104 MB per second. It will support minimum write speeds of 10 MB/s, AnandTech reported. Minimum sequential write speeds are expected to reach 30 MB/s, the publication said. Read 8 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  22. Enlarge / From magnets we came, to magnets we return. (credit: Garner Products) There is the mental image that most people have of electronics recycling, and then there is the reality, which is shredding. Less than 20 percent of e-waste even makes it to recycling. That which does is, if not acquired through IT asset disposition (ITAD) or spotted by a worker who sees some value, heads into the shredder for raw metals extraction. If you've ever toured an electronics recycling facility, you can see for yourself how much of your stuff eventually gets chewed into little bits, whether due to design, to unprofitable reuse markets, or sheer volume concerns. Traditional hard drives have some valuable things inside them—case, cover, circuit boards, drive assemblies, actuators, and rare-earth magnets—but only if they avoid the gnashing teeth. That's where the DiskMantler comes in. Garner Products, a data elimination firm, has a machine that it claims can process 500 hard drives (the HDD kind) per day in a way that leaves a drive separated into those useful components. And the DiskMantler does this by shaking the thing to death (video). Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  23. Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson) Another day, another dead Google product. The Google One VPN service we complained about last week is headed to the chopping block. Google's support documents haven't been updated yet, but Android Authority reported on an email going out to Google One users informing them of the shutdown. 9to5Google also got confirmation of the shutdown from Google. The Google One VPN launched in 2020 as a bonus feature for paying Google One subscribers. Google One is Google's cloud storage subscription plan that allows users to buy extra storage for Gmail, Drive, and Google Photos. In 2020, the plan was exclusive to the expensive 2TB tier for $10 a month, but later, it was brought down to all Google One tiers, including the entry-level $2-per-month option. By our count, Google has three VPN products, though "products" might be too strong a word since they are all essentially the same thing—VPN market segments? There's the general Google One VPN for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac—this is the one that's dying. There's also the "Pixel VPN by Google One," which came with Pixel phones (the "Google One" branding here makes no sense since you didn't have to subscribe to Google One) and the Google Fi VPN that's exclusive to Google Fi Android and iOS customers. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  24. Enlarge / President Biden speaking at the official opening of TSMC’s first Arizona fabrication plant in December 2022. The Taiwanese chipmaker plans to start manufacturing 2-nanometer chips in the US in 2028. (credit: Caitlin O’Hara/Bloomberg via Getty) Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s decision to bring its latest technology to America is a big step forward for US President Joe Biden’s quest for security in the vital tech supply chain—but still leaves Washington short of being able to completely produce the most complex chips in the US. The world’s biggest chipmaker by sales must also pull off an intricate balancing act as it steps up its US presence, satisfying customers such as Nvidia without damaging its highly profitable business model, which has underpinned the development of the global semiconductor industry for more than 30 years. TSMC’s planned $65 billion of investments in Arizona are part of a construction race in the US that involves other global chipmakers such as Samsung and Intel, which are also taking big subsidies from Washington. Read 30 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  25. Enlarge / The 4th-gen Amazon Echo Dot smart speaker. (credit: Amazon) Alexa hasn't worked out the way Amazon originally planned. There was a time when it thought that Alexa would yield a robust ecosystem of apps, or Alexa Skills, that would make the voice assistant an integral part of users' lives. Amazon envisioned tens of thousands of software developers building valued abilities for Alexa that would grow the voice assistant's popularity—and help Amazon make some money. But about seven years after launching a rewards program to encourage developers to build Skills, Alexa's most preferred abilities are the basic ones, like checking the weather. And on June 30, Amazon will stop giving out the monthly Amazon Web Services credits that have made it free for third-party developers to build and host Alexa Skills. The company also recently told devs that its Alexa Developer Rewards program was ending, virtually disincentivizing third-party devs to build for Alexa. Read 12 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
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