A lightweight, long-lasting tablet that suffices for both work and leisure, although the absence of a trackpad or stylus is an oversight
A high-quality touchscreen, stunning chassis and discrete AMD graphics make for a multitalented Ultrabook
AMD’s Richland is a modest improvement on last year’s chips and remains the best choice for building PCs on a budget
An all-new processor architecture brings upgrades across the board, with beefed-up graphics and numerous power-saving optimisations
Nvidia goes after the low-end again with the GeForce GTX 550 Ti 1GB. Is it a sub-£100 wonder?
A wireless-n router with Gigabit Ethernet that costs less than £40, the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND is tempting indeed
Panasonic's mid-range digital camcorder sports some surprisingly high-end features, but how's the quality?
One of the most dramatic developments in Microsoft Office 2010 is the free version that will be included with new PCs.
Another all-in-one touchscreen arrives, this time from Packard Bell. We go hands-on
Cisco's sleek-looking router boasts a super-fast 450Mbits/sec top speed, but how does it fare in our tests?
Firm identifies five key problems waiting for organisations as support for OS disappears
Consultancy firm increased revenues from £47m to £72m over 2014; expands executive team
Enterprise market for tablets to thrive in 2015
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