Here we explain the EU's right to be forgotten legislation, how it works, and how to remove yourself from Google
Report shows UK residents don’t want to stay at home, and most still use a desktop
The Fuze is back and it makes the Pi more accessible than ever for nascent coders of all ages
Here we guide you through all the necessary steps for you to lean how to build your own PC
Learn how to turn a Raspberry Pi into a cheap, HD-ready media center for all your movies, music and TV.
Not a game-changing update, but a price drop makes the base model more tempting than ever
The Apple iMac now packs 14.7 million pixels into its 5K Retina display - but is it the perfect all-in-one?
The Asus Chromebox is a cheap, tiny, well-equipped desktop PC for a bargain price - it marks a fine debut for Chrome OS on the desktop
Scan harnesses the might of Intel's 8-core Haswell-E CPU, and the result is a monster of a graphics workstation – and a monstrous price
Acer's budget all-in-one delivers basic computing power at an attractively low price
A promising high-performance all-in-one, but the dim display and uninspiring design leave us wanting more
Scan serves up a whisper-quiet PC powerhouse, purpose-built to slice through 4K video production
Chillblast conjures up a gloriously over-the-top, high-end base unit – it's pricey, but everything else is nigh-on perfect
A powerful, attractive and compact PC; its only weakness is its lack of accessibility
Michael Dell tucks into edible PC packaging to prove his company's commitment to waste-free materials
A cramped and uninspiring build, with below-average performance in both applications and games
Decent upgradability, but the Dell Inspiron 660 is let down by poor performance
A good-looking PC, but performance and value fall short of the best mid-range desktops out there
A well-balanced build and plenty of room for expansion don't compensate for distinctly average performance
AMD's Kaveri APU steals the limelight, but the Infinity X's true strengths are its fine case and upgrade potential
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