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Looking to buy a new computer and need some help answering that big question? Should you choose a Windows PC or an Apple Mac? In this guide, we’ll look at the advantages of both so you can decide which is best for you.
If you haven’t had enough Apple rumours to digest so far this year, latest rumblings point to new iMacs, iPods, and MacBook Pro’s in addition to iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. Here’s what we know so far…
Photos of what are apparently the Nokia Lumia 820 and Nokia Lumia 920 Pureview Windows Phone 8 handsets have hit Twitter courtesy of @evleaks. Here’s what we know so far…
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 is bigger and better in many ways, including its Android Jelly Bean belly OS but let’s digest some of the phone’s other key points. Here’s what you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
A leaked imaged yesterday purportedly shows Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire 2, possibly a 7-inch device which would back-up recent rumours. Here’s what we know so far…
In an attempt to snaffle the legions of ex-HTC Desire users with a more budget model, HTC has announced the Desire X smartphone. But can it compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung? Find out more here!
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was unveiled months ago – but it’s back with a bigger engine and a slot for your S-Pen. So is it actually any good? Find out in our early hands-on expert review!
Details are scant, but a mystery press event in California points to the unveiling of Amazon’s next-gen Kindle Fire. We’ve got all the latest gossip on what the mystery Amazon event may include.
Sony is yet to confirm the existence of the PS4 games console, but it exists – you can be sure of that. Current rumours say it’ll be called ‘Orbis’ and pack AMD processing and graphics. Get all the latest rumours here!
The $199 (£125) Amazon Kindle Fire is what the tech world likes to coin a game-changer. A gadget with the potential to irrevocably alter a sector of the market to the point of no return. So is it any good?