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Apple fixes security flaw, fingerprint scanner with iOS 7.1.1

Mavericks and iOS "triple handshake" bug fixed via Apple OS update

 
 
Sony Xperia M review

Sony Xperia M

The dirt-cheap Sony Xperia M borrows its looks from the firm's high-end phones, but how does it perform?

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Gigabyte P34G v2 review

Gigabyte P34G v2

Serious power packed into a compact chassis, and all at a very reasonable price - the Gigabyte P34G v2 has it all

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Sony Xperia L review

Sony Xperia L

The Sony Xperia L is quick for a budget phone, but is there anything else to recommend it?

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Synology RackStation RS814 review

Synology RackStation RS814

The RackStation RS814 delivers powerful storage features at a price that small businesses can afford

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Samsung Galaxy S5 review

Samsung Galaxy S5

Can the Samsung Galaxy S5 live up to all the hype? Find out in our full review

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 (11 inch) review

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 (11 inch)

Lenovo delivers what we've been all waiting for - an affordable version of its 11.6in Yoga

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Asus Memo Pad 8 review

Asus Memo Pad 8

The Asus Memo Pad 8 is a swift and good-looking 8in tablet, but can it go toe-to-toe with the Nexus 7?

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PC Specialist Infinity X review

PC Specialist Infinity X

PC Specialist's Infinity X partners an enormous, upgrade-friendly chassis with AMD's Kaveri APU

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Asustor AS-609RD review

Asustor AS-609RD

The AS-609RD is a versatile, affordable NAS appliance, and the latest OS update adds reams of new features

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Jonathan Bray

Hello Cortana, it's nice to meet you

Microsoft made great play of Cortana when it announced the Windows Phone 8.1 update at Build at the beginning of April. Cortana is Microsoft's answer to Siri...

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Barry Collins

Windows 8.1 Update: an abject surrender

Microsoft has become the Manchester United of the technology industry. After dominating for much of the 1990s and 2000s, it’s now suffering a crisis of...

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Barry Collins

The insane economics of Sky Now TV

A few months ago, after one price rise too many and a waning interest in top-flight football, I decided to cancel my subscription to Sky Sports. I still...

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Tim Danton

No such thing as a free app... so pay up if you want quality

Two weeks after Microsoft unveiled Office for iPad , Adobe has today launched Lightroom for iOS 7 . While the two releases do quite different things, they...

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How to upgrade from Windows XP to Ubuntu

If you need to migrate away from Windows XP, the free, modern Ubuntu OS is an ideal choice. Darien Graham-Smith makes the switch

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The great iPhone ripoff and how it works

The true cost of devices isn’t in their specifications or hardware, but rather in how manufacturers run their businesses

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Heartbleed: what you need to know and do

Davey Winder explains Heartbleed and reveals when you should change your passwords

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Data recovery: inside the clean room

Where can you turn when a disk fails or a memory card is corrupted? Darien Graham-Smith talks to the experts who can rescue your lost files

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Why laptops with serial ports matter to the Internet of Things

Steve Cassidy won't stop using his ancient laptops because of one key feature

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Make your mobile battery last longer

Paul Ockenden finds out how to make his mobile last longer betwen charges

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Small steps into handling Big Data

Steve Cassidy looks at the challenge of handling Big Data on your network

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Nexus 5: does it really run stock Android?

Paul Ockenden reveals that the Nexus 5 isn't as pure as many Android fans think

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Create a mailing list in MailChimp

Carefully targeted, well-designed emails to an opt-in audience can increase web traffic and conversions more effectively than the most active social media campaign

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Tracking a stolen Android phone with Prey

If you're worried about your Android device being lost or stolen, here's how to install the free Prey anti-theft tool that can help you track it down should the worst happen

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Installing Ubuntu on a Chromebook

Setting up Ubuntu on your Chromebook isn't hard to do: here's a simple guide to the steps involved.

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Setting up Java and the Android SDK for app development

Here's how to install all the support files you need to start writing, testing and distributing Android apps

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Dealing with XP legacy applications
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