Lightroom mobile allows you to view and edit your existing Lightroom collections on your mobile device – and here are our first impressions of the app.
We’ve spent some time conversing with Microsoft’s virtual assistant at Build this week – and here are our first impressions of Cortana.
Map-D has harnessed the power of GPUs to allow the real-time analysis and visualisation of huge datasets without a massive investment in hardware.
We mull over the road ahead for the GPGPU, and the prospect of a lot more computing horsepower for a lot less money in the future.
Spring is in the air, and while you're tidying the house, why not tidy up that computer and get your operating system in good shape.
Want a whole host of tips to help you get better photos from your compact snapper? That’s exactly what we’ve got for you here.
Want to keep your laptop and data safe when you’re travelling? We’ve got loads of great security tips for you here…
While Bitcoin news is often in the headlines, the system itself is still not widely understood. We explain everything you need to know about the cryptocurrency.
Nadella is CEO, but he has Bill Gates and John Thompson to back him up at the top. We discuss whether such a triumvirate can steer Microsoft to success.
Less than two years after its costly purchase of Motorola, Google has found out just how tough it is to be a competitive smartphone maker.
At the end of last week, Obama outlined his program of reforms for the NSA. We discuss what he said, and perhaps more importantly, what he didn’t say.
Sony has some very impressive new TV sets and tech it’s showing off at CES, with X-tended Dynamic Range processing being new for this year.
We’ve had a chance to use Windows 8.1 RTM for several days on a number of different machines, and here are our thoughts.
Microsoft is looking rusty and sluggish compared to its fast growing tech giant rivals. We consider how Redmond can turn things around.
Instead of going after the iPad with its Surface slates, Microsoft should have pitched the devices as a platform for devs and purists.
Could Motorola have finally cracked the code for successfully using a clear pixel without sacrificing overall image quality?
Forget the hardware, when it comes to gesture recognition, the real magic happens in the software, as one Kinect case study shows.
When it comes to Windows 8.1, what’s in it for developers? We attended a breakout session at Microsoft's Build to find out just that.
The Xbox One and new Kinect were unveiled yesterday. But is Kinect 2.0 an exciting breakthrough, or merely an evolutionary update?
Google’s developer conference is now over. Here’s our image-led look back at the event and its various highlights.
With Google Play game services, Google is sidestepping its OEM and partner channel, going straight to users. And that’s a clever move.
We’ve spent some hands-on time with Google Glass this week. So what's the device like? Read on for our first impressions.
We visited Pelican to see its fire and forget system which eliminates the need for focusing when it comes to smartphone photography.
What can we expect in terms of the evolution of the smartphone camera? Zero-lag global shutters, a real zoom, and more…
Want to ditch your paper notebook and use a digital solution for note taking duties? Then seriously consider the Galaxy Note 10.1.