Smashing Green Tech Myths
Environmentally friendly or snake oil? Barry Collins tackles five of the biggest green technology truisms
Never Lose A File Again - How To Become A Search Wizard
Fed up of trawling for documents you know you saved somewhere? Nik Rawlinson comes to the rescue
Google Pixel 4
The Pixel 4 has an extra camera and a new design, but Google’s Android crown is beginning to slip
Apple iPad 10.2 In (2019)
The best entry-level tablet just got better, but the killer new feature – a Smart Keyboard – costs half as much again
Reviews - Apple iPhone 11 Pro
Apple’s latest flagship phone is fast, chock-full of new features and has an unbelievably good set of cameras
Run Android Apps On Your PC
Nik Rawlinson finds out how to get your favourite smartphone apps running on WindowsPC
PC Pro Excellence Awards 2019
Thanks to the nearly 8,000 participants in this year’s survey, we can reveal the very best brands across 13 different categories – before announcing our products of the year
Switch ISP - What The Broadband Comparison Sites Won't Tell You
Barry Collins exposes the misleading information pumped out by some of the biggest broadband comparison sites
Deep Dive - Disaster Recovery
A system failure at home can ruin your day; Darien Graham-Smith gets ready for the worst to happen, and explores what you can do when it does
What Are The Benefits Of Cyber Insurance?
Businesses buy fire, theft and property insurance, so why the reluctance to buy cyber insurance? Nik Rawlinson reveals all.
The Smartphone Camera's Little Lies
Adverts may fool you into thinking smartphone cameras are as good as those from dedicated DSLRs. Professional photographer Dave Stevenson shows how to look beyond the misleading specs.
MSI P65 Creator 8RF
This versatile workstation is slim, lightweight and very powerful – but build quality is sadly lacking.
Extend Your Wi-Fi
There’s an easy and cheap way to kill dead spots in your home and office, and to bring wireless access to areas of your building that are otherwise unreachable. Darien Graham-Smith puts 13 contenders through their paces in a selection of real-world tests to discover which you should buy – and which to avoid.
A heavy-hitting laptop for gaming on the go, but it’s mighty expensive and faster machines are on the horizon.
Face Facts: It's A Free-For-All
Police and private security firms are routinely using facial recognition – but who, asks Stewart Mitchell, is checking it’s being used legally?
Cybercriminals Will Almost Never Be Caught
New figures reveal woeful clear-up rate for cybercrimes, despite huge investments.
Your Data Handed Over: No Questions Asked
Service providers have been accused of passing data to intelligence agencies on “gentlemen’s agreement”
Universal Broadband? Count To Ten...
Plans to guarantee dismal broadband speeds for all are foundering, Stewart Mitchell finds, as pressure builds on the government to rethink its Universal Service Obligation
Best Tools For Social Media
Want to grow your audience on social media without spending hours a day glued to your phone? Nik Rawlinson reveals some social secrets.
8 Reasons To Ditch Google
Google caters for dozens of our online needs, but is it the best at all of them? No, says Barry Collins, who finds eight better alternatives.
Requiem Mass Is Tech Killing Classical?
Classical music has long been portrayed as a stick-in-the-mud, but, as Max Figgett discovers, it’s far more innovative that you would think.
Startups Head To The Suburbs
New British technology businesses can be found in suburbs across the country. Nicole Kobie reveals why innovation isn’t locked into London.
We meet the charity that’s using computer equipment to bring critically ill children back in touch with their friends and families.
HTC Vive Pro
The definitive VR experience of the moment. Hideously expensive, but worth it for those who love the cutting edge.
Developers Want To Cut Google Out Of Android
Privacy and regulation fears spur an Android reboot–but can it succeed without Google?
Build A Bomb Proof PC
Jonathan Parkyn explains how to put together a safe, simple computer for older (or younger) relatives… without turning yourself into their private tech support team.
Software Suppliers The 800lb Gorilla Problem
Your business relies on certain software to function – so what happens when the publisher’s interests don’t align with yours? Steve Cassidy explores a widespread problem
We meet the entrepreneur who’s using blockchain technology to crack the tricky micropayments market
How To Create Private Online Meetings
Give your online meetings a professional aura by making them personal – and allowing employees to add a unique invite on their business cards
How Do I Take My Website To The Next Level?
The battle to reach Google’s first page is more intense than ever, but experts argue that isn’t always the key goal. Nik Rawlinson reveals all