MINI REVIEW Right, we want to make one thing extremely clear from the get go: we absolutely welcome our new Samsung overlords. You hear that, Samsung?
In depth If the future of motoring is all-electric, Audi's incredible new supercar is the shape of things to come.
In Depth TechRadar travels to Sweden to check out the amazing new autonomous tech aiming to eliminate road deaths.
Analysis Just like today's six-core Core i7's, Intel's upcoming eight-core processors will have hidden cores.
Analysis Apple beat PC laptops to the trick its new PCI Express SSD tech in the MacBook Air. But there's more to storage performance than big sequential read and write numbers.
An Ultrabook and a tablet. Two devices for the price of one. That's the Gigabyte U2142's primary sales pitch. But does it add up?
In depth Just like iOS and Android get major updates, BMW has given its ConnectedDrive system a serious overhaul. We go hands on.
MINI REVIEW The new Haswell CPUs need a new socket to call home. Can this Z87 board from Gigabyte persuade you that it's right for your rig?
In depth Apple plans to take over your in-car experience by porting iOS 7 onto dashboards everywhere. But will car makers co-operate? Is it even a good idea for fans of Apple kit?
In depth Jag's new F-Type roadster is full of rear-drive fun. But is it a 60s throwback or a sports car fit for the modern age?
Opinion Intel's new Haswell processors are imminent and that means it's time to get excited about what that means for tablets.
Intel's new Haswell processor architecture could revolutionise mobile computing. But does it offer anything to get excited about as a desktop processor?
Opinion Intel is finally going to give us a new Atom processor core, the first since 2008. It might just be good enough to put a PC in your pocket.
In Depth We take a closer look at Nvidia's Project Shield as well as the cloud-based GeForce GRID initiative.
The new Jaguar cores inside AMD's latest APU are making waves. That's because they're found in both the new Xbox One console and the PlayStation 4.
A budget IPS monitor with a 1080p resolution. Can the 27-inch Viewsonic cut it at the budget end of the market?