PCs & Laptops
PCs & Laptops
The future of supercomputers could be powered by ‘magic dust’ made of light and matter
Quasiparticles called polaritons could be used to improve computing.
Sep 26 2017, 10:02AM
Futures: What is... Golem?
AirBnB for spare clock-cycles? Tell me more!
Mar 27 2017, 11:40AM
This quantum computer blueprint could change life as we know it
In an unprecedented move, scientists have released the blueprint for a gargantuan quantum computer the size of a football pitch.
Feb 3 2017, 9:04AM
Bitfenix announces Spectre Extreme fans
Keep cool, and compute on.
Jan 15 2016, 12:18PM
Are we ready for a world even more connected in the Internet of Things?
We are already connected in many ways through technology, and we’re about to get a lot more connected.
Nov 25 2015, 12:37PM
Windows 95 two decades on
After two decades, we ponder what made Win95 so great.
Aug 24 2015, 11:44AM
Why Apple locking down OS X system tweaks is a bad move
Craig Grannell laments Apple’s increasingly locked down platforms, which block people figuring out how stuff works.
Aug 17 2015, 3:02PM
How to: Downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1
Not so fond of Microsoft's flashy new OS? Here's how to go back to something more familiar.
Aug 5 2015, 10:41AM
Review: Acer Revo One RL85
Acer’s attempt to redefine the desktop PC is an attractive, surprisingly flexible box of tricks.
Jul 17 2015, 12:07PM
Review: Intel’s 5th Generation Core vPro NUC
NUCs for pros.
Jul 16 2015, 11:30AM
Review: Gigabyte G3-850-4703
A no-frills workaholic.
Jun 26 2015, 12:00PM
Review: Apple MacBook Pro 13in with Retina display (2015)
Apple updates the MacBook Pro with new Intel chips and Force Touch trackpad: the best just got better.
Jun 11 2015, 11:09AM
How to: Stop your laptop being an ergonomic disaster
From your muscles to your back, the way you use your laptop could be seriously damaging your health.
Jun 3 2015, 4:12PM
Review: GIGABYTE Brix s GB-BXi7H5500
Punching well above its weight.
May 26 2015, 11:30AM
One Minute Review: Thecus W4000
Thecus delivers a robust and useful NAS.
May 19 2015, 2:41PM
Why the world needs light-speed computers
University researchers are currently working on components that will allow them to make all-optical computers that can process at the speed of light. Dr Richard Curry reveals the science behind the breakthrough and what it means for computing.
May 12 2015, 3:47PM
Review: Gigabyte P35v3
Pure gaming power from Gigabyte.
May 11 2015, 11:28AM
Phones, tablets and processors always seem to be improving, yet some tech has barely advanced in decades. We look at the stone-age technologies that are in need of a bit of evolution.
Apr 13 2015, 11:27AM
One Minute Review: Coolermaster Storm SF-17 Gaming Laptop Cooler
Laptop running hot? Cooler Master may have the answer.
Apr 10 2015, 12:05PM
Review: Aorus X3 Gaming Laptop
Pocket-sized with a premium price.
Feb 9 2015, 2:32PM
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