Tech giants are battling it out to supply the global internet - here’s why that’s a problem

Tech giants are battling it out to supply the global internet - here’s why that’s a problem

Google’s Project Loon uses high altitude navigable balloons to deliver internet to rural and remote areas - but is this a good idea?
By Claudio Bozzi Apr 23 2018, 12:22PM
Kira is a classic-feel mechanical keyboard ‘arted up’ with trippy RGB backlighting

Kira is a classic-feel mechanical keyboard ‘arted up’ with trippy RGB backlighting

Keys are good.
By Craig Grannell Apr 23 2018, 12:12PM
Preview: Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Preview: Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Note-worthy upgrades in store for the stylus-packing smartphone?
By Andrew Hayward Apr 23 2018, 12:04PM
App of the week: Touchgrind BMX 2

App of the week: Touchgrind BMX 2

Put your digits to the test with a touchscreen BMX game that’s pretty spoketacular.
By Craig Grannell Apr 23 2018, 11:58AM
Mailstore Home 11.0 offers more robust protection for your email

Mailstore Home 11.0 offers more robust protection for your email

German email back-up company MailStore Software GmbH has released MailStore Home 11.0 for PCs running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
By Nick Peers Apr 23 2018, 11:56AM
Trackers exploit 'login with Facebook' feature to gather & share user data

Trackers exploit 'login with Facebook' feature to gather & share user data

Web trackers like Bandsintown are exploiting the "Login with Facebook" feature to gain access to data from the social media firm's users, according a report by security researchers at the Freedom to Tinker blog.
By Teri Robinson Apr 23 2018, 11:52AM
Now your brain can be hacked to kill you; neurostimulator implants at risk

Now your brain can be hacked to kill you; neurostimulator implants at risk

Academic researchers have discovered that brain implants, known as neurostimulators, can be hacked and could prevent patients from "speaking or moving, cause irreversible damage to his brain, or even worse, be life-threatening".
By Rene Millman Apr 23 2018, 11:52AM
Are iOS and MacOS getting too close?

Are iOS and MacOS getting too close?

Apple's Tim Cook certainly thinks so.
By Gabriella Buckner , Jane McCallion Apr 23 2018, 10:37AM
Best Google Home commands

Best Google Home commands

Amazon Echo has Alexa Skills, the Google Home comes with AI-powered Actions. Here's our pick of the best.
By Victoria Woollaston Apr 23 2018, 10:25AM
The best Facebook alternatives

The best Facebook alternatives

If you’re fed up with Facebook, tired of Twitter and irritated by Instagram, why not join a more interesting social network?
By Robert Irvine Apr 23 2018, 10:15AM
How to: Boost your iPhone X battery life

How to: Boost your iPhone X battery life

If you've noticed a drop or simply want to limit how much degradation your iPhone X battery experiences, read on.
By Victoria Woollaston Apr 23 2018, 10:10AM
Will the iPhone SE 2 be unveiled in June?

Will the iPhone SE 2 be unveiled in June?

A new regulatory filing on a Eurasian commission database has revealed a new iPhone is incoming in June.
By Staff Writer Apr 23 2018, 8:40AM
Bug in LinkedIn's AutoFill left user data exposed

Bug in LinkedIn's AutoFill left user data exposed

The flaw, now patched, could have allowed attackers to steal personal data undetected.
By Staff Writer Apr 23 2018, 8:40AM
Monday Morning Tunes - hold your breath

Monday Morning Tunes - hold your breath

Good morning. Time to splash some water on your face or maybe just jump right on into the ocean?
By Tim Henderson Apr 23 2018, 6:00AM
Review: AOC Q3279VWF 31.5in display

Review: AOC Q3279VWF 31.5in display

With an MVA panel, 75Hz refresh rate at 1440p and huge 31.5in display, this monitor hits the sweet spot.
By Christopher Minasians Apr 20 2018, 12:28PM
Motorola's Moto G6 does a pretty good flagship smartphone for a much lower price

Motorola's Moto G6 does a pretty good flagship smartphone for a much lower price

Fly like a G6.
By Matt Tate Apr 20 2018, 12:15PM
Should the US treat Russian hacking networks like ISIS?

Should the US treat Russian hacking networks like ISIS?

Current tactics to discourage rogue nation-states from engaging in malicious cyber-behavior are failing, and could necessitate more drastic actions, according to experts speaking at an RSA 2018 panel session on Tuesday.
By Bradley Barth Apr 20 2018, 12:10PM
2nd gen AMD Ryzen processors are now available!

2nd gen AMD Ryzen processors are now available!

The chips that will power the new X470 chipset our out in the wild.
By David Hollingworth Apr 20 2018, 11:54AM