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'Must-have' MacBook and MacBook Pro accessories (Sept 2015)

An array of accessories to boost your productivity when using your MacBook and MacBook Pro.

One simple trick to speed up your old iPhone or iPad

Have you owned your iPhone or iPad for a couple of years? Is it starting to feel a little sluggish? Here's a tried and tested way to speed up an iPhone or iPad that's simple to do and only going to cost you some time.

How to get the most out of your inkjet printer

Printers are probably one of the most hated pieces of consumer electronics. Most of the time we can live without them, but when we need them, we really need them, and more often than not, that's the time when they decide to play up.

My favorite Windows 10 tweak: GodMode

Just as with previous versions of Windows, the GodMode tweak is by far my favorite Windows 10 usability hack.

Build a Windows 10 PC for $495

It's actually possible to build a pretty decent PC for under $500. Could you buy cheaper from an OEM? Sure you could, but I doubt that you could buy much better for the money.

Best Android smartphones for work and play: September 2015 edition

There's never been a better time to buy an Android smartphone. Not only is there a huge array of different handsets from a multitude of manufacturers to choose from, but what you get for your money is simply incredible.

Best Android tablets for work and play: September 2015 edition

Android tablets are enjoying a big surge in activations among enterprise users, to the point that in some industries Android is now leading iOS. And it's no wonder given the quality of the tablets on offer.

'Premium' Android smartphones are dying

Have you noticed how premium Android smartphones just don't seem to be selling like they once did? Here's what could be behind that.

Don't bother connecting your Moto 360 to an iPhone

?Own a Moto 360 smartwatch and excited that Android Wear has finally come to iOS? You might want to hold off because the current experience is far from stellar.

New iPhone sales unlikely to outdo iPhone 6, 6 Plus, claims analyst

Apple's upcoming iPhone 6s could have a tough time beating the sales records set by the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, claims a senior analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence.

Samsung responds to Galaxy Note 5 S-Pen flaw

If you insert the S-Pen stylus into the Galaxy Note 5 the wrong way there's a good chance that you'll damage the pen or the device. Samsung's advice: Follow the instructions in the user guide.

Hydrogen fuel cell powered iPhone: Don't hold your breath for it

All jazzed up that your next iPhone could be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell that can last an entire week without needing a recharge? Don't hold your breath for it.

Apple offers free fix for blurry iPhone 6 Plus cameras

Apple has kicked off a program to fix iPhone 6 Plus handsets that have a faulty iSight camera.

Windows 10 upgrade left you low of storage space? Free up gigabytes with a few clicks

Are you finding that your hard drives feel a bit cramped following your Windows 10 upgrade? Here's how to free up tens of gigabytes of free space with just a few clicks.

Run Android apps on Windows 10 PC with AMIDuOS

Want to run your favorite Android apps on your Windows 10 desktop, laptop, tablet or 2-in-1 system? It's easy with AMIDuOS.

Parallels Desktop 11 brings Windows 10's best feature to the Mac

You may not have Siri in OS X yet, but the new Parallels Desktop 11 release allows you to make use of Microsoft's Cortana virtual assistant.

How to get the most out of your rechargeable batteries

Seven tips for getting the best possible life out of the Li-Ion rechargeable batteries inside your smartphone, tablet or notebook.

Allwinner $5 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 chipset hits mass production

A complete 64-bit $5 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 based tablet chipset with Android 5.1 support and fast boot times, all for $5.

iOS 8.4.1 is out, but it may not fix all your Apple Music woes

Apple has released the iOS 8.4.1 update with the idea of fixing issues related to its Apple Music service, but testing suggests that more fixes are needed.

Apple now officially supports Windows 10 on OS X Yosemite

Apple has released an update to its Boot Camp application that officially supports the 64-bit version of Windows 10.

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