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Wearables need to get under the skin
Wearables need to get under the skin
For wearable tech to take hold, it needs to go that little bit deeper, says Verity Burns.
 
Alpha Protocols: The perils of early access
Alpha Protocols: The perils of early access
Should we pay to play games before they're done?
 
System Builder: In my day...
System Builder: In my day...
David Hollingworth may never have worn an onion on his belt, but he did do a lot of PC testing back in the days of PC & Tech Authority’s infancy.
Hands-on Preview: Panasonix Lumix DMC-LX100 

Hands-on Preview: Panasonix Lumix DMC-LX100

A compact camera with some premium – and very handy – features.
We can't keep ignoring privacy threats in iPhones and Android devices 

We can't keep ignoring privacy threats in iPhones and Android devices

As more apps conspire to steal your data, it’s time for all users of technology to become more vigilant.
Down with the blind fanboyism: can't we all be friends? 

Down with the blind fanboyism: can't we all be friends?

News flash: it's OK for other people to have different tech tastes – argues Esat Dedezade.
Hands-on Preview: HTC RE 

Hands-on Preview: HTC RE

HTC's first non-smartphone in years is a cuddlier, more family-friendly take on action cameras.
Niantic Labs' John Hanke on alternate reality games and the future of storytelling 

Niantic Labs' John Hanke on alternate reality games and the future of storytelling

The brains behind Google Earth and location-based game Ingress talks augmented reality, wearable tech and ARGs.
Unpacking Telltale's Game of Thrones Leaks 

Unpacking Telltale's Game of Thrones Leaks

Enter the wolfswood and House Forrester
Hands-on Preview: LG G Watch R 

Hands-on Preview: LG G Watch R

We spend some wrists-on time with LG's new Googlewatch.
The digital divide is narrowing but more needs to be done 

The digital divide is narrowing but more needs to be done

Moving government services online assumes everyone is plugged into the internet. But who’s left out?
Intel pulls advertising, caves to GamerGate pressure 

Intel pulls advertising, caves to GamerGate pressure

The world's biggest chip-maker pulls out of Gamasutra ad campaign over gaming opinion piece.
Preview: The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt 

Preview: The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt

HEIDI KEMPS wants no more of worldly affairs: all she wants is to hunt monsters.
A, B, C++, Dart, Erlang… The future of learning is in code 

A, B, C++, Dart, Erlang… The future of learning is in code

Coding is tomorrow's grammar – as important a transferrable skill as learning maths or English. Marc McLaren speaks to Decoded's Ali Blackwell to find out why…
A Tolkien nerd’s guide to Shadow of Mordor – Part 2 

A Tolkien nerd’s guide to Shadow of Mordor – Part 2

In which we look at the deeper history of Middle Earth, and why Celebrimbor comes from a long line of jerks.
Dark Souls in GIFS: A Guide To FAILING 

Dark Souls in GIFS: A Guide To FAILING

In honour of the final Dark Souls 2 DLC hitting our screens, we'd like to remind you what you're really getting yourself into.
Preview: Assassin's Creed: Unity 

Preview: Assassin's Creed: Unity

ANDREW WHITEHEAD still wants to be a pirate.
A Tolkien nerd’s guide to Shadow of Mordor 

A Tolkien nerd’s guide to Shadow of Mordor

Everything you wanted to know about the Black Gates, but were too afraid of getting stomped on by a troll to ask.
The smart money’s still on CD when it comes to audio formats 

The smart money’s still on CD when it comes to audio formats

If you want music quality and convenience, discover via streaming services, but get those lossless kicks via CD, says Simon Lucas.
Hands-on Preview: Battlefield: Hardline 

Hands-on Preview: Battlefield: Hardline

DAVE KOZICKI is a fun lovin’ criminal.
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