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In this month’s magazine you’ll find:
Our in-depth review of Google Glass, revealing the best apps and examining whether privacy is dead. Should you buy Google Glass? Find out in this month's PC Pro.
Compact tablets: Smaller tablets make great portable web browsers, games machines and ebook readers, but which one should you buy? We've tested the best eight to help you make the right choice.
Attack of the killer appliances
Smart devices make our lives more convenient - but a connected world comes with hidden danger. We reveal the scariest hacks so far.
The dreams of machines
Programs can paint, compose melodies and write sonnets - but are they truly creative? We investigate the imaginative computer mind.
Ten events that changed tech
What if Steve Jobs hadn't met Steve Wozniak? We tot up ten tech turning points, and imagine where we'd be had they not taken place.
There are 31 new reviews in this month's magazine, including Google Glass and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.
Ubuntu vs Windows: which is faster?
Looking to make the most of older hardware? We pit the best of Microsoft against the popular free alternative.
Choosing the right virtualisation host
Virtualisation is a mainstream technology, but different hypervisor software suits different needs. We compare the different players.
Real World Computing
We explore the deeper issues behind Bring Your Own Device.
Advanced Windows and Mac
Jon Honeyball discovers that tape is still the medium of choice for mass storage needs - and finds he's falling a little out of love with Dropbox.
Mobile and Wireless
Paul Ockenden revisits the pros and cons of BYOD and notices that Bluetooth LE is finally starting to take off.
Kevin Partner explains how you can target your marketing efforts more precisely with the use of Facebook's advertising tool.
Security and Social Networking
Davey Winder demonstrates how best to minimise the impact of Facebook advertising and addresses password concerns.
Simon Jones looks at a few tools and tricks to help you get the most from Microsoft's personal information manager.
Web Apps & Design
A great idea is just the start. Mark Newton explains why testing, marketing and choice of platform are all of vital performance if your app is to succeed.
Steve Cassidy searches for the world's last physical network card, and is excited by VMware's vision of software-defined networking.
We reveal why teachers lack the confidence to teach children to code as part of the new computing curriculum. Plus, a closer look at the partnership between Apple and IBM, an MP defends emergency data laws, and why we must be wary of the robot revolution.
- Swatch Touch smartwatch in development
- Did iCloud flaw lead to celeb photo hack?
- Microsoft refuses to hand over customer emails
- Apple signs up credit-card companies for NFC payments
- Apple bans developers from selling your health data
- Intel unveils eight-core Haswell-E CPU
- Forget robot butlers: meet Fuji Xerox's robot printer
- Wing it: Google's drone delivery revealed
- Facebook testing keyword searching in old posts
- It's on: Apple announces 9 September event for the iPad, iWatch and iPhone 6... maybe
- 20 years of PC Pro: our best covers
- Why we've closed the PC Pro forums
- How to turn off Google Location Tracking
- 20 years of PC Pro: our greatest review mistakes
- 20 years of PC Pro: our first A-List
- Wikipedia's "right to be forgotten" protest hits the wrong note
- 3D printing hits the high street for plastic selfies
- 20 years of PC Pro: What amazed us in our first issue
- How Google Glass ruined my lunch hour
- Smartphone battery packs: can a USB power pack beat the festival battery blues?
- 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