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Asus' £180 Android tablet, the 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?

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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Dell C2660dn review

Dell C2660dn

For SMBs looking for a low-cost, fast A4 colour laser printer, Dell may have the answer in the C2660dn

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DinoPC Kaverian 7850K review

DinoPC Kaverian 7850K

DinoPC has pinned its hopes on an AMD APU and hybrid SSHD, but can this desktop PC cut the mustard?

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MSI GE70 2PE Apache Pro review

MSI GE70 2PE Apache Pro

MSI's gaming goliath harnesses a GeForce GTX 860M GPU, quad-core Core i7 CPU and twin SSDs in RAID

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CCL Elite Kestrel IV review

CCL Elite Kestrel IV

CCL has packed a slew of serious componentry into its compact, powerful desktop PC, the Elite Kestrel IV

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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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Barry Collins

Time to outlaw crapware-laden installers

Years ago, various regulators tore strips and billions of pounds from Microsoft for bundling applications with its operating system. Today, Windows...

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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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Best tablet PCs to buy in 2014

Find out which tablet to buy in 2014 with our round-up of the nine best models

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How much RAM do you really need?

More memory doesn’t always mean better performance – in fact, you may need less RAM than you think. Darien Graham-Smith explains

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News of the weird: the strangest ever tech stories

From wine-driven PCs, to robot schoolkids, to the granny that managed to knock entire countries offline, Stuart Turton unearths ten of the most bizarre tech stories to hit the headlines

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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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How to get broadband to a garden office

Paul Ockenden offers advice on how to extend your internet connection to a garden office

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How to write your company's IT security policy

Davey Winder advises businesses of all sizes on how to create a workable security policy that's not just a piece of paper

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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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