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Blog Post Archive

Why Apple should stick with the Lightning port (but probably won't)

USB-C is nice, but Apple should not mess hardware makers and consumers around and stick with the Lightning port.

Build a high-performance AMD Ryzen 7 PC

Looking to build a high-end PC around AMD's eight-core Ryzen 7 1800X processor? Here's what you need.

Tech gadgets to get you fit and healthy for the summer

Let's be honest, many of us spend far more time sitting that is good for us. I know that's true for me, so I decided to use tech to combat the problem that tech had caused.

Here's how to fast-charge your smartphone or tablet when you're in a hurry

You're leaving in 20 minutes and your smartphone's battery is almost dead. Here's how to get the maximum charge into your device in the least amount of time possible.

Best iPhone accessories

Got an iPhone and want to kit it out with some cool, new accessories? Here you go!

Better, faster, more reliable Wi-Fi in six easy steps

With the countless of devices we have nowadays all wanting a piece of out internet connection, who doesn't want better Wi-Fi? Here's how to get the best possible coverage for the least hassle.

Windows 10 S: Can Microsoft avoid another Windows RT blunder?

Has the Redmond giant learned from the mistakes it made with Windows RT? Is it making a whole set of new mistakes or is Windows 10 S a credible threat to Google's Chrome OS platform?

Best Android phones (May 2017)

Looking for a new Android smartphone? Here are a selection of high-end Android-powered smartphones that will satisfy even the most demanding users.

Top iOS and Android apps for IT pros

IT pros don't have to be chained to their desks! Here are a selection of apps that will allow them to get work done when out and about.

Cheap Raspberry Pi alternatives

Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.

High-performance Raspberry Pi alternatives

Want a high-performance single-board computer for a project? Here are some of the very best currently available.

iPhone 8: Here's what we think we know about Apple's 10th-anniversary iPhone

Apple's 10th-anniversary iPhone 8 is set to redefine the iPhone and help propel the device into its second decade. Let's take a look at what we (think we) know.

WD ships 'world's largest' 12TB HGST Ultrastar He12 Helium 7200 RPM Enterprise HDDs

Need more storage space? Western Digital is now shipping the HGST Ultrastar He12 helium-based 'HelioSeal' 12TB hard drive.

Promise Technology unveil new high-performance storage devices

Promise Technology unveils a portable Thunderbolt 3 RAID device and an all-flash array for enterprise users.

Does Microsoft have what it takes to take on the Chromebook and the iPad?

Microsoft is expected to unveil Windows 10 Cloud next month, and leaked specs suggest that it is being positioned as a competitor to Google's Chromebook platform. And what about the iPad?

Pocket tools and gadgets "Every Day Carry"

My pockets are always crammed with tools and gadgets. Here are just a few of the things that I carry around with me on a day-to-day basis. Updated with reader suggestions.

Samsung's Galaxy S8 has a big design flaw

Samsung's eagerness to release a smartphone without a bezel ahead of Apple seems to have led the Galaxy S8 into the tarpits.

Your new iPhone could soon be made entirely from old iPhones

Apple is pledging to end its reliance on mining minerals altogether and make iPhones, iPads, Macs and other devices entirely out of recycled materials, just not yet.

Apple's big $1,000+ iPhone gamble

The days of Apple being able to push hardware out of the door with crazy price tags on it are at an end, and that makes the $1,000+ iPhone a massive gamble. Will it pay off, or will it be a flop?

Five things I learned building a new Wi-Fi network

Getting a Wi-Fi network up and running is easy, but putting in place frustration-free Wi-Fi take thought, planning, and new hardware.

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