If you own a computer then backing up your files is crucial. But if you want access to all your documents, photos and videos – wherever you are – then a service like the new Google Drive could be useful. Store all of your files in the cloud and share and collaborate on them with others.
If you hate adverts and prefer watching your TV when you want, then here are a load of ways to catch up with your favourite shows on the internet, smartphones and even games consoles.
Google Play is the new one-stop shop for Android apps and games as well as music, movies and books for your mobile phone, tablet and to watch, listen to and read on the web.
Whether you’re thinking of upgrading to the new iPad, going Google with an Android tablet or snapping up one of the many other makes of tablet-style computer, this guide will help you understand just what’s out there and is possible.
If you’re looking to buy a new TV in 2012 then there’s plenty of top tellies to choose from ranging from the smartest to the sharpest 3D images imaginable.
George Osborne used his Budget 2012 speech to announce plans to create 10 cities with superfast broadband connections giving speedy internet and Wi-Fi for the likes of London, Manchester and Edinburgh.
As the new iPad is announced, we take a look at the features we were expecting on the third-gen model and what we actually got.
A soundbar is the perfect solution for those without a lot of space around their TV but who still want stonking sounds. This Panasonic SC-HTB15 system can be used both as a long soundbar or a separate 2.1 audio system.
It’s smaller than the usual tablet computers but double the size of today’s smartphones but how does the Motorola XOOM 2 with its 8.2 inch HD display shape up when it comes to computing on the move.
All the tablet computing talk is usually about the Apple iPad 2 but this Motorola XOOM 2 with a 10.1 inch high-definition display and 16GB of storage is a worthy competitor to the main tablet on the block.