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Premium monitors: This month's Labs pits a selection of mid-range monitors against the finest that money can buy. Whether you're after big-screen 4K thrills or the ultimate in colour accuracy, the eight models here promise to deliver a pixel-perfect performance from only £360.
Become a tech support superhero
Are you called to the rescue when friends and family run into tech trouble? We've rounded up the top tips to make your unpaid job a bit easier.
Abuse magnets: the people behind corporate Twitter accounts
We discover that honesty may be the best policy when dealing with the public's fury.
Tech of the future... and the British boffins making it happen
Self-driving cars, domestic robots at home and super-superfast broadband are on the horizon.
We talk to the experts at the centre of software design - and learn how Microsoft's approach to developing Windows 8 contributed to its woes.
There are 33 new reviews in this month's magazine, including the Samsung Chromebook 2 and Adobe Creative Cloud 2014.
How to create a website quickly with Website X5
Looking to create a professional-looking website? We try out a useful application that can help you build one in a matter of minutes.
How to build your own Steam machine
Can Valve bring the simplicity of consoles to the techie world of PC gaming? We install the free, Linux-based SteamOS to find out.
Real World Computing
Resident networking expert Steve Cassidy explains why VoIP for businesses can go horribly wrong.
Advanced Windows and Mac
Jon Honeyball finds that there is such a thing as too much security - and that some forms of protection can be of no help at all.
Mobile and Wireless
Paul Ockenden finds an alternative use for a life-logging tool, looks for a stand-out tablet, and hacks a 9V battery.
Kevin Partner explains how a perceived threat can be an opportunity in disguise, and will often lead to the best business ideas.
Security and Social Networking
Davey Winder on why the recent EU ruling regarding online privacy is unworkable, plus how to make Twitter more secure - and silent.
Simon Jones is impressed by Microsoft's new presentation tool, and takes a trip back in time to the early years of word-processing software.
Web Apps & Design
Tom Arah puts together a professional-looking, state-of-the-art website without the need for complex coding - and for little or not outlay.
Steve Cassidy helps you stay on top of Widows Server, and works a little command-line magic to troubleshoot router problems
Satya Nadella has held the top job at Microsoft for more than three months; we rate his success so far. Plus, why the right to be forgotten makes Bing worth a look; Google's Android updates; the Uber protests; and in interview with NATO's cybersecurity expert.
- Fitness trackers could pose stalking risk
- BT: Tech City's broadband is fine - startups just need to pay more
- Will the iPhone 6 arrive a month before the iWatch?
- SilentPower PC keeps cool with copper foam
- 1Password coming to iOS 8 apps
- What's on this week's PC Pro podcast?
- Finally legal to rip music from CDs - just don't break DRM
- Hot hardware video: Google Glass
- Microsoft to launch two new Windows Phones
- Amazon reveals why ebooks should cost less than $10
- How Google Glass ruined my lunch hour
- Smartphone battery packs: can a USB power pack beat the festival battery blues?
- Windows Easy Transfer – not so "easy" in Windows 8.1
- Formula 1: what a difference virtualisation makes
- Office of the future: comfy chairs and tablets everywhere
- I went to Glastonbury and the only thing that got high was my smartphone
- Meet the robots helping teach children
- PaperLater: would you pay to print the internet?
- Amazon vs Kobo: how much to make the ebook switch?
- Phishing emails: how I nearly got caught out
- Top five VoIP mistakes
- How to add in-app purchasing to an iPhone, Android or Windows app
- Remote-control ransomware: TeamViewer and software hardball
- Why laptops with serial ports matter to the Internet of Things
- Make your mobile battery last longer
- Small steps into handling Big Data
- Nexus 5: does it really run stock Android?
- How to get broadband to a garden office
- How to write your company's IT security policy
- Raspberry Pi and Wolfram: a must-have for every child