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In this month’s new-look magazine you’ll find:
Premium tablets: Eight premium devices - iOS, Android, and Windows - go head to head in this month's group test. Plus, we round up 20 of the best apps that will transform your tablet into a useful tool for business and productivity.
PC Pro Excellence Awards
Who's the best mobile app data provider in the UK? The best brand of laptop? We reveal the winners in the UK's biggest IT survey.
How algorithms control your life
From the movies we watch to the news we read, algorithms are taking decisions out of our hands.
Nine great things to do with an old smartphone
We reveal some brilliant ways to put an ageing tablet or smartphone to good use.
In this month's issue, we have reviews of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch, CEL Robox 3D printer and much more.
Organise your work and life
Use clever online to-do lists and apps to take back control of your days... and your life.
Run your business for free in the cloud
Can a business be run on free software and services? Kevin Partner reveals all.
Careers: Linux system administrator
Matt Brock explains what the job involves.
Business focus: what to look for when buying a NAS
We reveal the key considerations when buying a NAS for business, and review four candidates.
How do you migrate to a new cloud provider?
Switching to the cloud can transform a business, but what happens when you want to leave?
Cheat sheet: Steve Cassidy on Big Data
It's the hottest trend in data analysis, but how can a smaller business take advantage?
Speech Graphics: Meet the Scottish start-up that's pioneering realistic facial animation in games and film.
Why haven't smartphone batteries improved, hard-disk research, USB 3.1, Kickstarter picks and a Geek Day Out.
Windows 10, the Apple Watch, Adobe's cloud sales, Intel's Developer Forum, and Britain's mobile networks.
Real World Computing
Does Microsoft have the infrastructure in place to cope with the more streamlined release cycle it so desperately needs to adopt?
Mobile and Wireless
While Google and Roku’s wireless streaming dongles look similar, they work rather differently. Paul Ockenden gives his verdict.
These days, most people seem content with the technology products they already have. Have we finally reached "peak tech"?
Designing and launching your mobile app is only have the battle - managing regular updates and keeping users happy is just as vital to ongoing success.
Worrying stories from readers call Google's morality into doubt - yet elsewhere the company is taking security more seriously than ever.
Confusion reigns over subnets, putting many people off. It's time to bust the myths around the subject
- Apple patent reveals iPhone car control system
- Windows 10 release date, features and how to get the Technical Preview
- Microsoft updates Windows 10 tech preview
- End of an era: Nokia Lumia to become Microsoft Lumia
- Google boosts secure logins with USB Security Key
- Nominations now open for UK Cloud Awards 2015
- Lenovo rumoured to be acquiring BlackBerry
- Apple releases iOS 8.1 with Apple Pay
- Microsoft offers cloud access to help fight Ebola
- Google suggests legal alternatives to dodgy downloads
- Google Glass: mugger bait, pub problem and other lessons learned from two dangerous weeks
- Twitter, please don't fiddle with my feed
- How Satya Nadella can get some pay-raise karma
- Windows 10: a step back to go forward
- Michael Dell: Cloud infrastructure is the roads, bridges and highways of the 21st century
- How to check your identity hasn’t been sold to the hackers
- Tim Cook: this is how much TV has changed since the 70s
- Westminster wins the .London battle
- 20 years of PC Pro: from deep pan pizza to virtualisation
- Five reasons why the Apple Watch leaves me cold
- How to sell more ebooks on Amazon
- 10 ways to make your business more secure
- 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