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Teaching kids to code

The way computing is being taught in schools puts a new emphasis on coding, but are students and schools ready?

Driverless cars: could your next car be driven by a robot?

The concept of driverless cars is finally approaching reality

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Five worst SMB security threats... and how to solve them

Cybercrime isn't only a problem for big businesses

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Piracy's dying: why we're all going straight

Barry Collins explores the reasons why downloaders have gone legit

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Buying guides

The 12 best tablets of 2014: what’s the best tablet on the market?

It's astonishing how many tablets have been released in recent years, and deciding which one is right for you can be tough. To help you make the right choice, we've put together a list of the 12 best tablets on the market in 2014

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs Surface Pro 2 comparison: is the new Surface Pro 3 worth buying?

We pitch the new Surface Pro 3 against its predecessor, the Surface Pro 2 to find out just how far Microsoft has come with its flagship tablet PC.

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The 10 best monitors of 2014: the best monitors from £200 to £2,000

Looking to buy a new monitor? Not sure whether to spend a fortune or save your pennies? Then read our guide to the best budget, mid-range and professional monitors that money can buy.

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Best Android phones for 2014

Looking for an Android smartphone? We've picked our seven favourite devices

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Best Windows phones for 2014

Microsoft's mobile OS is making waves in the smartphone market. Which Windows Phone 8 handset is most deserving of your cash?

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The 11 best smartphones of 2014: what's the best phone on the market today?

Read through this mobile phone buyer's guide and best smartphone of 2014 chart to find out what is the right device for your needs and budget.

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What’s the best 4G network in the UK?

Want to upgrade to 4G? We compare EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 to see which is the best 4G network in the UK, looking at speed, coverage, data packages and more

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How to edit PDFs: make change to a PDF

Need to tweak or correct a PDF? The process may not be obvious, but it can be done: here's how

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Building a patently better future

Stuart Turton teams up with a pair of futurists to uncover when we’ll get the tech we’re patenting now

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How to update Android apps individually: stop Google Play apps from auto-updating

We show you how to stop Android apps automatically updating, and how to update them manually.

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How to find a driver for an unknown device

Is Windows failing to recognise a device on your system? Here's how to identify it and locate the right software for yourself

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How do Google's self-driving cars work?

We are on the cusp of a world where self-driving cars are a reality for everyday users. Here's how Google's driverless car prototype actually works - and if it's safe

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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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Create your first Windows Store app

The Windows Store opens up a great opportunity for developers. As a developer, here's what you'll need to know to create your first Windows Store app.

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How scripts can improve popular websites

User scripts can add features to your favourite websites, remove unwanted content and do much more besides. Darien Graham-Smith shows how it’s done.

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PC Pro Competition (Issue 186)

Your chance to win a feature-packed storage station, Corel's latest video and photo software, and even a waterproof camera.

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