Review: Google Home Mini

Review: Google Home Mini

Google’s Echo Dot rival is all that it might have been.
By Alan Martin Nov 15 2017, 10:43AM
What's new in iOS 11?

What's new in iOS 11?

iOS 11's new features are many and varied.
By Alan Martin, Jonathan Bray Sep 20 2017, 12:56PM
How to: Download and install iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to: Download and install iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

iOS 11 is here and it's stuffed full of changes; here's our pick of the best features and what's new in iOS 11.
By Alan Martin Sep 20 2017, 10:45AM
Make your friends’ eyes bleed with colourful Facebook comments

Make your friends’ eyes bleed with colourful Facebook comments

Myspace called. It wants its feature creep back.
By Alan Martin Sep 7 2017, 1:15PM
Explainer: What are mesh networks?

Explainer: What are mesh networks?

Mesh networks can make your Wi-Fi work brilliantly. Here's everything you need to know.
By Alan Martin, Jonathan Bray Aug 28 2017, 12:34PM
The colours in your Instagram photos could reveal if you're depressed

The colours in your Instagram photos could reveal if you're depressed

AI is being trained to identify signs of depression by studying posts on Instagram.
By Alan Martin Aug 8 2017, 12:16PM
How to: Enable two-factor authentication on Facebook

How to: Enable two-factor authentication on Facebook

Keep hackers at bay with 2FA for Facebook.
By Alan Martin Aug 3 2017, 12:39PM
Jawbone goes out of business

Jawbone goes out of business

The popular fitness tracker leaves the marketplace, as chief executive eyes a new startup.
By Alan Martin Jul 10 2017, 10:26AM
Facebook comment threads are about to become even more tedious

Facebook comment threads are about to become even more tedious

Why spend time finding the right words when you can outsource the work to a GIF search?
By Alan Martin Jun 16 2017, 11:36AM
Annoy a raven, and it’ll shun you for at least a month

Annoy a raven, and it’ll shun you for at least a month

Quoth the raven: “Nevermore... am I trusting you, you big jerk”
By Alan Martin Jun 8 2017, 12:34PM
Apple really wants some of that gargantuan Android market share

Apple really wants some of that gargantuan Android market share

Switch to iPhone site and adverts target perceived Achilles’ heels of Google’s operating system.
By Alan Martin May 31 2017, 10:40AM
Twitter co-founder sorry if his platform got Donald Trump the White House

Twitter co-founder sorry if his platform got Donald Trump the White House

Evan Williams takes a different line to Jack Dorsey on the company’s role in creating President Trump.
By Alan Martin May 23 2017, 12:18PM
Watch this AI learn to drive in GTA V on Twitch

Watch this AI learn to drive in GTA V on Twitch

This AI is not quite ready to give you a lift into town.
By Alan Martin May 22 2017, 10:20AM
Bill Gates’ advice to a new generation of students

Bill Gates’ advice to a new generation of students

Gates offers a string of 14 tweets suggesting what he’d do if he were starting out in life.
By Alan Martin May 17 2017, 10:08AM
Review: Blackberry Keyone smartphone

Review: Blackberry Keyone smartphone

If you want a smartphone with a keyboard, the Blackberry Keyone ticks every box ... except the one marked “value”.
By Alan Martin May 8 2017, 10:19AM
Find my phone tracks over 130 handsets to one man

Find my phone tracks over 130 handsets to one man

Hail to the (alleged) thief.
By Alan Martin Apr 19 2017, 1:03PM
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8 - Close to smartphone perfection

Review: Samsung Galaxy S8 - Close to smartphone perfection

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the best of the best, but it comes at a price.
By Alan Martin Apr 19 2017, 10:25AM
Review: HTC 10 evo smartphone

Review: HTC 10 evo smartphone

This 5.5in phone makes too many sacrifices for the sake of cost, with only its clever earbuds as consolation.
By Alan Martin Mar 27 2017, 12:57PM
Google officially makes YouTube social with Uptime

Google officially makes YouTube social with Uptime

Uptime emerges from Area 120 – Google’s own internal startup incubator.
By Alan Martin Mar 15 2017, 1:14PM
Microsoft unveils subscription games service for Xbox One and 360

Microsoft unveils subscription games service for Xbox One and 360

$10.95 per month for more than 100 rolling titles, coming this spring!
By Alan Martin Mar 1 2017, 12:12PM