Review Roundup All the latest reviews from the last days, including Google Glass and the Xbox One Kinect.
Big Tent Speaking at a Google event this week, Google's Eric Schmidt explained why it's in Google's best interests to respect your data.
Under ever-increasing pressure from Intel, AMD has formally announced its yearly refresh of its mobile processors including the A4, A6, A8 and A10.
Updated Microsoft has announced that the Surface Pro tablet will be available to buy from John Lewis and PC World online.
Big Tent Labour leader Ed Miliband praised Google's innovation at the company's Big Tent industry event this morning, but condemned its attitude to UK tax.
Closed We've teamed up with Meroncourt to give away three amazing ROCCAT gaming bundles worth £170 each.
Early View With the launch of Nokia's flagship 925, it's time to pit its core specifications against those from the big handsets of the last few months.
Review Roundup This week we've got our full and final review of the Samsung Galaxy S4 as well as the bow of another smartphone at a slightly cheaper price point - the Nokia Lumia 720.
Review Roundup This week we've looked at the HTC First, the first phone with Facebook Home pre-installed as well as Nokia's bottom-rung Lumia, the 520.
In Depth Windows Product Manager Ian Moulster tells us why 'desktop first' might have been a better approach for Windows 8.
In Depth What do you get when you combine the Raspberry Pi with some inspirational young inventors? These terrific projects.
Microsoft has teamed up with Spotify and DJ James Lavelle to produce a browser-based playlist service called MixShape.
Explained It's now easy to stream music, video and other media around the house without any hassle. DNLA is a big part of home streaming, so what is it?
Windows 8 tablets haven't exactly set the world alight so far. Indeed things have been positively low key. But is that set to change?
A very capable Bluetooth speaker that's lightweight for carrying around and has a great battery life.
In Depth There's little doubt the web has changed the way we live and work. But what were the technologies that encouraged it to develop?
In Depth Statistics are everywhere. And in sport especially, where broadcasters and coaches are increasingly turning to detailed information on performance.
Asus introduces a whopping 15.6-inch version of its Zenbook ultraportable that's amazingly powerful - and rather expensive.
Interview The global roaming dream is alive and well believes Qualcomm's Roberto di Pietro - his company has just put 40 mobile bands on a single chip.
Traveling between the U.S. and Europe bumps cell phone users down to 3G due to LTE fragmentation, but Qualcomm has a chipset solution on the way.