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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 review

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700

Asus makes its bid for the high-end Android crown with its quad-core, Full HD hybrid tablet

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Sony Xperia P review

Sony Xperia P

Sony brings its Xperia branding to the mid-range. Find out how it fares against the competition

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ZyXEL NWA3160-N review


ZyXEL's latest router is an affordable way to bring a fully managed and expandable wireless network to your office

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Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.D review

Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.D

Hitachi upgrades its hard disk line with SATA 6Gbit/sec, but can this 1TB drive take advantage of that extra bandwidth?

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TomTom Start 60 Europe review

TomTom Start 60 Europe

Do you really need a satnav with a 6in screen? We find out if TomTom's huge Start 60 is worth the extra cash

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Infortrend EonNAS Pro 500 review

Infortrend EonNAS Pro 500

Infortrend's latest NAS device offers data deduplication and more for a low price

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Studio Artist 4.0 review

Studio Artist 4.0

Synthetik at last ports its Studio Artist from Mac to PC, and the result is seriously impressive

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Nexus 7 review

Nexus 7

The first tablet under Google's Nexus brand redefines everything we should expect from a budget device

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Lomond EvoJet Office review

Lomond EvoJet Office

Lomond promises a massive 60ppm from this new office inkjet printer - amazingly, it delivers

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Darien Graham-Smith

How to get Google Music on your UK Nexus 7

If, like me, you’ve recently acquired a Nexus 7 tablet , you may have been excited to spot a button at the bottom of the home screen labelled “Google...

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Mike Jennings

ZTE Grand X review: first look

ZTE isn't well known on these shores, as the only handsets we've seen from the Chinese firm have been budget efforts like the Skate or Orange-branded devices...

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David Bayon

M-Disc: the DVD that "lasts forever"

All archival methods have their strengths and weaknesses, and many of the latter involve longevity. Hard disks, flash storage, tape, DVDs: they all...

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Jonathan Bray

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 review: first look

PowerPoint's 2013 makeover looks very similar to the other Office apps. It has, of course, gone all Metro on us, with the title bar gone and borderless...

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PC Pro Enhanced for the iPad - get your free copy

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How to avoid being tracked online

The government wants to know what you're doing online. Nicole Kobie reveals how you can avoid such snooping

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What's it really like to work at Google?

Is working at Google the fun-filled, intellectually stimulating experience the company portrays? Stewart Mitchell investigates

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10 amazing things to do with a tablet

Nicole Kobie uncovers ten unexpected ways tablets are being used, from creating fine art to giving disabled children a voice

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Don't super-size my smartphone

Paul Ockenden doesn't understand why people want smartphones with giant screens

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No use crying over Coke spilt on a MacBook Air

They may be stiflingly religious at times, but Apple Store support is second to none, says Jon Honeyball

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Wanted: owner of this VoIP phone

Steve Cassidy gets a surprise when he plugs a second-hand VoIP phone into his network

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Should you upgrade your mobile OS?

Paul Ockenden wonders whether it's worth the effort and risk of updating your phone to the latest OS version

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Installing CyanogenMod on the Samsung Galaxy S II

Darien Graham-Smith reveals how to install the customisable firmware on your Android phone

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Transferring your iPhone or iPad to a new Mac

We reveal how to move your iOS device to a new Mac without losing your data

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Migrating a PC onto a Mac with Parallels

Run Windows on a Mac with our step-by-step instructions for Parallels virtualisation software

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BIOS guide: how to overclock your CPU

Darien Graham-Smith walks you through the process of overclocking AMD and Intel CPUs

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