It’s Sunday, so it’s time for Adi’s Week in Tech News. This is your weekly roundup of the tech news stories that you might have missed.
Apple had a big week in the news this week. They announced the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, the Apple Watch and A new service called Apple Pay. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus are available for pre-order right now and they will both come out 19th September 2014.
A hacker has managed to get hold of 5 million gmail account passwords. A tool has been released so people can find out if their gmail account password was leaked. However, we would recommend changing your password right now.
Malicious software spread via chat forums on the video games streaming site Twitch can spend users’ money without authorisation, it has emerged. Twitch is advising users not to use links from unknown sources.
Japanese video-game company Sega is developing an arcade machine that is controlled by shapes made in a box full of specialised sand. In a video on its YouTube channel, the firm shows children sculpting landscapes and objects, which are recognised by the device.
Memory specialist SanDisk has created an SD card with 512 gigabytes (GB) of storage space – the highest capacity ever released.
The card, which is the size of a postage stamp, will go on sale for $800 (£490). The launch comes a decade after the firm released a 512-megabyte (MB) SD card with one-thousandth of the space. Experts believe SD cards could eventually hold up to 2 terabytes (TB) of data, about 2,000GB.