We’ve seen plenty of tech goodies at MWC this week, and here are some high points in terms of smartphones, tablets, wearables and laptops.
We all want to get a full day’s worth of juice from our handset’s battery, and these tips can help maximise your battery life.
Want some advice on customer relationship management systems? Not even sure what they are? Then read on and find out.
Here are 14 things you (probably) don’t know about the Macintosh, Apple’s all-in-one computer which just celebrated its 30th anniversary.
What’s hot at CES 2014? We round up all the defining trends, from wearables through connected cars to hybrid PCs and curved TVs.
Panasonic may have finally called it quits with plasma TVs, but it's got plenty of other irons in the fire, including 4K TVs with voice and face recognition capabilities.
Are you thinking about joining the digital book revolution in the new year? If so, we’ve picked out the best e-readers you should consider.
Did Santa bring you a shiny new iPhone earlier this week? Well, your luck’s in, as we’ve got some top tips on how to set up your handset.
Are you the proud owner of one of Apple’s new thin and light tablets? Why not complement the iPad Air with some of these top notch accessories.
The seminal first-person shooter, Doom, was released by id Software 20 years ago this week. We take a fond look back…
Want to know our favourite pair of PC speakers or headphones for 2013? We’ve got all the best audio tech highlighted right here.
There’s plenty to like about the smartly designed Nook GlowLight, although one downside is the device’s reduced feature set.
We unboxed the Xbox One last week, and now it’s the turn of the PS4. We show you what’s in the retail box along with the console itself.
Sony has improved upon its initial smartwatch offering, but unfortunately bugs and other limitations hold the SmartWatch 2 back.
It’s e-reader upgrade time, as Barnes & Noble has revealed its new Nook GlowLight device. Read on for our first impressions.
Apple’s recently revealed iPad mini boasts the A7 chip and Retina Display – could that be enough to sway Nexus 7 fans?
Forget the iPhone 5S – we look at why the 64-bit A7 processor really comes into its own with Apple’s new iPad and its larger screen.
Samsung has pushed out another new and larger Note phablet with a 5.7in screen. But is it a meaningful improvement on the Note 2?
Amazon has rewritten the Kindle once again, producing a polished and slick eBook reader which makes life difficult for its rivals.
It’s true that the Galaxy Gear pushes forward with the smartwatch concept, but it has a lot of problems including the price and UI.
We pit Nokia’s flagship Lumia handset against Apple’s new iPhone 5S in a battle of camera phone heavyweights for the ages.
Before the 5S launch, we listed a number of things we wanted to see on the new flagship Apple handset. So did we get them? Not exactly.
The iPhone 5S has just been revealed – so how does it stack up to that giant of the Android world, the Galaxy S4? Read on and find out.
Almost seven years after Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, the platform is looking dated. Here's how Apple can switch things up.