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In depth: How to make sure your next car is future-proofed

In depth: How to make sure your next car is future-proofed

Whenever we buy a new piece of technology, we have to weigh the decision carefully. With a phone it isn’t simply a case of picking the device with the biggest screen or the fastest processor; there’s a more fundamental decision: iPhone or Android? Whichever you choose will lock you into that device’s ecosystem for theRead more about In depth: How to make sure your next car is future-proofed[…]

In depth: Why 3D printing will save your life one day

In depth: Why 3D printing will save your life one day

The simple fact is really sick and desperate people are left frustrated by modern medicine for a number of reasons. Those seeking transplants have to wait on long lists, and if they do eventually find a donor, their body might reject the tissue. Patients in need of casts or equipment to help them heal oftenRead more about In depth: Why 3D printing will save your life one day[…]

In depth: Take a step inside the classroom of tomorrow

In depth: Take a step inside the classroom of tomorrow

When you cast your mind back to the days of school, you probably think of dusty textbooks, graffiti and chewing gum, lessons that were both boring and unengaging, and many, many chewed pens. But the classroom of tomorrow will look very different. The latest advancements in technology and innovation are paving the way for anRead more about In depth: Take a step inside the classroom of tomorrow[…]

In Depth: Code Masters: 10 toys that are teaching kids how to code

In Depth: Code Masters: 10 toys that are teaching kids how to code

10 toys that are teaching kids how to code You are never too early to learn how to code. With so many courses now available and coding taught in schools the world over, children of all ages are understanding what the building blocks of computing are, while learning how to use them to their advantage.Read more about In Depth: Code Masters: 10 toys that are teaching kids how to code[…]

Windows 10 Week: Why you shouldn't write off Windows 10 Mobile just yet

Windows 10 Week: Why you shouldn't write off Windows 10 Mobile just yet

Microsoft has never had much success with its mobile phone business, and buying Nokia for $7.2 billion (around £5.5 billion, AU$9.7 billion) back in 2013 didn’t help Redmond claw its way to relevancy, either. Revenues from its phone business, which includes Lumia-branded handsets, dropped over 70% in the three months leading up to July, onRead more about Windows 10 Week: Why you shouldn't write off Windows 10 Mobile just yet[…]

Windows 10 Week: The next 5 updates Windows 10 needs

Windows 10 Week: The next 5 updates Windows 10 needs

Windows 10 feature wishlist The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is here at long last and while it brings improvements to digital pen usage and Cortana with a slew of new features, we still want more Microsoft! Call us greedy, but Windows 10 isn’t perfect yet and we think there’s still room to improve with evenRead more about Windows 10 Week: The next 5 updates Windows 10 needs[…]

Buying Guide: Top 10 best monitors and displays for business users

Buying Guide: Top 10 best monitors and displays for business users

You may well be sitting in front of your monitor all day, regardless of whether you’ve jumped on the laptop bandwagon or not, so making sure that you have the right one is essential for the benefit of your eyes and physical health. Choosing the right monitor doesn’t only mean getting one that doesn’t flicker,Read more about Buying Guide: Top 10 best monitors and displays for business users[…]

In depth: Why it's still worth investing in wireless charging for your phone

In depth: Why it's still worth investing in wireless charging for your phone

A few years ago it seemed that wireless charging was the next big thing. The idea was simple: you’d put your phone on the bedside cabinet and it would recharge, no searching for and fumbling around with cables required. But for some reason it hasn’t become mainstream yet – once again, the predicted uptake inRead more about In depth: Why it's still worth investing in wireless charging for your phone[…]

Interview: This is how to go dark, by an ex-MI5 agent who's done it

Interview: This is how to go dark, by an ex-MI5 agent who's done it

We live in a time when it’s never been easier for people to get detailed information about us. We don’t think twice about adding endless nuggets of facts about our lives to social networks, signing up to endless newsletters and allowing websites to track our moves over the web, so they can serve us upRead more about Interview: This is how to go dark, by an ex-MI5 agent who's done it[…]

In depth: The tech to watch this Olympics – and how we'll be watching in 2020

In depth: The tech to watch this Olympics – and how we'll be watching in 2020

With the Olympics rivalled only by the World Cup when it comes to viewing figures, it’s hardly surprising that the Games are no stranger to new broadcast tech. Back in 1964, host city Tokyo was the first to broadcast live TV images via satellite to a gobsmacked world, and local company Toshiba even filmed theRead more about In depth: The tech to watch this Olympics – and how we'll be watching in 2020[…]