Be quick! Hacknet is free!

Be quick! Hacknet is free!

Less than a full day to go on this one, so try and get in before bedtime.
By Tim Henderson May 26 2018, 8:57AM
Steam plans to get you to work through the pile of shame by... making other games free to play

Steam plans to get you to work through the pile of shame by... making other games free to play

Valve's calling it Spring Cleaning, and it's about as sensible as this headline is short.
By Tim Henderson May 25 2018, 3:42PM
The Rymek retro mechanical keyboard is a typewriter with modern smarts for your iPad and PC

The Rymek retro mechanical keyboard is a typewriter with modern smarts for your iPad and PC

Just our type.
By Craig Grannell May 25 2018, 12:52PM
Review: Detroit: Become Human

Review: Detroit: Become Human

David Cage’s back with another sci-fi story that, almost reluctantly at times, also happens to be a video game.
By Mike Diver May 25 2018, 12:38PM
Acer’s Chromebook Spin 15 is a big-screen convertible built for flexibility

Acer’s Chromebook Spin 15 is a big-screen convertible built for flexibility

The world’s first 15in Chrome OS laptop is here.
By Matt Tate May 25 2018, 12:32PM
AgileBits release all-new 1Password for Mac 7, Windows version to follow

AgileBits release all-new 1Password for Mac 7, Windows version to follow

How do you store your passwords? You’ll be surprised.
By Chris Wiles May 25 2018, 12:31PM
New Monero miner hitting macOS devices

New Monero miner hitting macOS devices

Another chink has developed in the Apple operating system's usually tough ability to ward off cyber-security issues with a new cryptocurrency miner being discovered that is hitting macOS devices.
By Doug Olenick May 25 2018, 12:20PM
Flaws in smart pet devices, apps could come back to bite owners

Flaws in smart pet devices, apps could come back to bite owners

Fido might be man's best friend, but smart devices designed to track pets' movements and activity could be your worst enemy if attackers manage to capitalise on any of the dozen vulnerabilities researchers recently observed in them.
By Bradley Barth May 25 2018, 12:20PM
How to: Master Microsoft’s Edge browser on your iPhone or Android device

How to: Master Microsoft’s Edge browser on your iPhone or Android device

Getting to grips with Microsoft's mobile browser.
By Staff Writers May 25 2018, 11:02AM
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710 chip could be a game changer

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710 chip could be a game changer

With support of 4K playback, and AI improvements, the Snapdragon 710 is going to change the game for mid-range phones.
By Alex Lee May 25 2018, 10:53AM
Code in the latest Windows 10 update fuels rumours of a Surface Phone

Code in the latest Windows 10 update fuels rumours of a Surface Phone

The latest Windows 10 update, which had been expected to be called the Spring Update, is out now.
By Victoria Woollaston May 25 2018, 10:41AM
How to: Spot and stop false positives in your PC's security

How to: Spot and stop false positives in your PC's security

What to do when overzealous defences flag, block and filter innocuous "threats".
By Staff Writer May 25 2018, 10:29AM
How to: Put Alexa on Raspberry Pi

How to: Put Alexa on Raspberry Pi

Here's how you can build a home-brew Amazon Echo
By Staff Writer May 25 2018, 10:29AM
Angry about women in Battlefield V - here's five real women of WW2 you need to know about

Angry about women in Battlefield V - here's five real women of WW2 you need to know about

Yes, Battlefield fans - women fought in World War 2.
By David Hollingworth May 24 2018, 3:02PM
Review: MSI Infinite X Gaming PC

Review: MSI Infinite X Gaming PC

A beastly PC for the masses.
By Chris Szewczyk May 24 2018, 1:15PM
HTC’s U12+ is a buttons-free Android flagship that wants you to see its inner beauty

HTC’s U12+ is a buttons-free Android flagship that wants you to see its inner beauty

Smooth operator.
By David Hollingworth May 24 2018, 1:09PM
7 things you need to know about Battlefield V

7 things you need to know about Battlefield V

Back to WWII we go, and more than ever it’s all about the company you keep.
By Matt Tate May 24 2018, 11:23AM
Four DDoS myths exposed as false

Four DDoS myths exposed as false

Four prevalent myths about DDoS are that: DDoS only hits big brands; every DDoS attack is the same; protection is too expensive; all solutions are the same - but each of these beliefs is false.
By Marc Wilczek May 24 2018, 11:04AM