Google’s self-driving car is coming along nicely, and we mull what the future might hold – such as a business model consisting of real-life map navigation packs…
Redmond has completed its $7.2bn Nokia acquisition – is it really now set on trying to transform itself into a low-margin hardware company?
Apple’s latest quarterly earnings report showed an unexpected rise in iPhone sales, but Cupertino really needs to release a new market-defining product before long.
We discuss IBM’s pincer attack on Intel’s server monopoly, and whether Power8 could really be a viable alternative to the x86 route.
We examine the latest fracas over Heartbleed, namely the accusation that the National Security Agency knew about it long ago.
This week saw the cessation of support for XP, but rather than upgrade to Windows 7 or 8, why not just switch over to Linux for free?
Confused about exactly which passwords you might need to change? We clarify all the major issues here, and offer one important suggestion to prevent Heartbleed heartache.
If you don’t know what Heartbleed is, or you’re not sure how to protect yourself from the bug, we’ve got all the answers here.
The reviews of Samsung’s imminent flagship handset are coming in, and it would seem that this is now the Android smartphone to beat…
Redmond pulled the plug on support for XP today – but it really isn’t as simple as just forgetting about the old OS. Far from it…
We look more closely at Samsung's new technique which it's dressing up as a breakthrough for flexible, wearable computers.
The soon to be released Unreal Engine 4.1 will fully support Linux and SteamOS. We look at the repercussions this might have.
Dropbox has a system for scanning and blocking the sharing of pirated files, and we look at exactly how the cloud storage provider does this.
At last we have some hard details on the 64-bit A7 SoC, and this desktop-class chip is well worth an in-depth discussion.
The last beta has been released – we show you where to grab it, and discuss what’s neat and new in 14.04 Trusty Tahr.
You want to speed up your wireless network, but don’t know anything about channel switching? Then let us be of assistance…
There has been a lot of reactionary commentary about Facebook’s purchase of Oculus Rift, but we’ve got a very different perspective on the matter here.
We take an in-depth look at how Inmarsat tracked down flight MH370, and what the likely explanations for its disappearance are now.
Not sure what mesh networking is? You’re not alone – we take a close look at what it is, and why it could change the world.
Google has been making a big effort of late to assure us that Glass isn’t a scary device – but is the company right to downplay the public’s concerns?
We conducted a long and highly interesting interview with Raj Talluri, Qualcomm’s senior VP of product management, at MWC recently.
We look at the critical reception Titanfall has been getting, as well as the Xbox One resolution and US launch issues which have cropped up.
We look at where Google is headed in the future, taking into account its major acquisitions such as Nest and multiple robotics firms.
Reducing the size of the JPEG – the most commonly used image on the web – by some 10 per cent could help speed web surfing significantly, particularly with mobiles.
Facebook is charitably bringing Internet access to those who don’t have a reliable connection, right? Actually, this move is more about self-preservation than humanitarianism.
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