Windows XP was the best of all worlds and did its job without distractions. However, XP will now become a zombie OS in the land of the living dead.
Microsoft’s office suite has been unleashed on Apple’s tablet, and here, we’re discussing whether this is a worthwhile endeavour.
The US is set to relinquish its last vestige of control over the net – but in doing so, is it also sacrificing the usefulness of the web?
The rumour mill reckons a Cupertino credit card could be on the, er, cards. We discuss the likelihood of Apple treading this financial turf.
The Guardian made a show of destroying Edward Snowden’s documents – but everyone with half a brain knows that people make digital copies, and probably lots of them.
We’ve got some email advice here, particularly when it comes to the use of BCC, where message senders should be very careful.
Microsoft has turned Windows into a weak touchscreen phone-style OS. We look at what fixes are needed to turn things around with Windows 9.
Want an easy way to get yourself a simple offsite backup for your personal data? We detail one neat and relatively cheap option here.
One troublesome problem with email is the end-of-thread dilemma – in other words, how to politely conclude a back-and-forth conversation.
The Xbox One is trailing the PS4 in terms of sales, and that’s not surprising when you look at what has happened in the console world in recent times.
Amazon’s Paperwhite makes an ideal Xmas gift, and the recipient gets a huge range of free classic eBooks into the bargain.
Amazon doesn’t need to pay to advertise. Instead, it can pull publicity stunts like Prime Air, then sit back and watch the media fawn over them.
We weigh up the potential candidates for Redmond’s next CEO, including our first pick who you’ve probably never even considered.
You’ve probably heard that some iOS 7 users claim that Apple’s new interface makes them nauseous. Is this a legitimate complaint?
Microsoft has a history of not being able to let clear losers go. Is the Surface 2 further evidence of this bad habit?
Some analysts suggest a separate Xbox corporation could be worth as much as £11 billion. Is Microsoft planning a spin-off?
It’s about time for the iWatch – as hard as you might try, you can’t avoid the speculation and likelihood that this device is coming...
Google might seem undefeatable, but Microsoft has found a weak spot which involves Windows Phone, YouTube, and a lot of arrogance.
Rumour has it that Apple's next-gen iPhone will have a fingerprint sensor. If this happens, the exact benefits will be dubious.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison thinks that Apple is set on a path to decline post-Jobs. But what does this billionaire really know?
Microsoft took a massive write-down after struggling to move Surface RT units. We ponder why Redmond isn’t giving up on the device.
The Lumia 1020 has a spectacular camera, and should be pushed hard – yet Nokia and Microsoft seem to be botching its release.
It looks like Sony is ready to take the crown when it comes to the PS4 vs Xbox One battle – with price being a major factor.
We all know how the Wii U has failed to make its mark – and rumour has is that Nintendo is considering a radical move to spark sales.
You’d think with all the information Google and Amazon have on their users, they’d be able to serve up relevant targeted adverts.
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