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Next-gen Wi-Fi: what can it do for you and how to get it?

Soon thanks to the addition of 802.11ac, dubbed 5G Wi-Fi, we could be getting internet speeds of up to 1.3Gbps. Never again will you need to wait half an hour to buffer a 5 minute YouTube video. Here’s what you need to know.

 
Online contacts and calendars: How to work out which is best for you?

Online services, sometimes known as cloud services, are all the rage. And, despite the basic services costing nothing, companies like Google, Microsoft, Apple and even Amazon are queuing up for your custom.

 
How to Tether your Smartphone to another device

Find out everything you need to know about tethering your Apple or Android smartphone device to a tablet, Laptop or PC with our handy How To guide.

 
How to buy a new compact camera – what you need to know

Summer is nearly here and if you’re looking to buy a new compact camera then you’ve come to the right place – we got all the advice you need to buy yourself the perfect point-and-shoot gadget.

 
The complete guide to multiple monitors

While you may already be running two displays, it’s now easy for everyone to enjoy three, four, six or even 10 displays! Here’s our quick and easy guide to setting up ‘Swordfish style’ multiple display heaven.

 
A quick guide to using Twitter as UK users pass the 10m mark

As British users on Twitter pass 10 million and the social network launches a new weekly email update, find out more and learn how to get started with the site with this handy How To guide to Twitter.

 
Learn how to secure a wireless network

Wireless networks give you the ability to work anywhere, but they can also open your business up to unwanted intrusion unless you secure them correctly. Find out how with our handy guide.

 
The beginner’s guide to media streaming

Downloading albums and movies is useful, but it’s not always the best thing to do. There are lots of services that enable you to stream content for free instead of downloading it.

 
What is fibre broadband and how does it work?

You may have been hearing a little more about fibre broadband recently. Many of the big companies including BT and Virgin are shouting about it. So what does it mean?

 
5 ways to watch TV on your PC or Mac

There are now a great many ways to watch TV channels on your PC or Mac – here’s five ways you can using both internet-based (streaming from the web) and traditional broadcast (Freeview).

 

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