What's coming up on PC Pro over Christmas?
By Barry Collins
Posted on 21 Dec 2012 at 11:04
PC Pro is now running on a reduced schedule until the New Year, but there will be plenty of new features and reviews to enjoy over the festive period.
Among the features that will appear on the website over the coming week are:
- The 10 best techs of 2012
- 10 things to do with a Raspberry Pi
- The winners and losers of the year
- The cartoon geeks
- The techs to watch in 2013
- How to back up all your devices
- The best apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows 8
- Top 10 news stories of 2012
And much more...
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all.
PS If the ten best techs of 2012 are all Apple I'm leaving you forever :o
PPS Windows Phone 7/8 has been around for over 2 years - I trust you will include this in your best apps section!
PPPS Don't let JH drink coffee next to his laptop.
By stephen_d_morris on 21 Dec 2012
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