raspberry pi
Meet the New Low-Power, Low Price Raspberry Pi A+

It's been a while since we had some news from Raspberry Pi, which is a shame because everyone loves a slice of those mini computer boards. But the silence has now been broken with the announcement that the company has a new Pi board to share with us. It's called the Raspberry Pi A+, and it's designed to be all sort of low. Specifically low price, and low power. Read More >>

black friday
All The Best Early Black Friday Deals, Right Here [Updated 14/11]

It's November, and so that means (mostly) one thing: tonnes of Black Friday deals flying in from all over the place. Actual Black Friday isn't until 23rd November, but it seems that nobody can wait this year with a whole host of retailers offering up their deals early. Read More >>

movies
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Is Sony’s Chance to Finally Define Who Miles Morales Is

If you’re reading this, then you know who Miles Morales, the lead hero of Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, is. But take a moment to really stop and consider just how much you know about Miles. What are his hopes and dreams? What are the things that define his personality? Who is he? Read More >>

tv
The Walking Dead Did Something So Crazy I Can’t Believe It

Guys? Guys. I barely know what to say about tonight’s The Walking Dead, which was highly touted as Andrew Lincoln’s final episode, but ended up being much, much more. I fully expect this episode to be very divisive, but I loved it. Call it bold, crazy, stupid, fantastic, infuriating, whatever – I can’t remember the last time a Walking Dead episode ended with my jaw on the floor. Read More >>

computing
5 Simple Windows Security Tips You’ve Got No Excuse to Ignore

Computer security doesn’t really have to be hard. Some of the smallest, simplest measures can be the most effective in keeping your devices secure — they won’t take long, they’re easy to do, and you don’t really have any excuse for not doing them. Read More >>

space
Why a Mission to a Visiting Interstellar Object Could Be Our Best Bet for Finding Aliens

Life may exist elsewhere in the Milky Way galaxy, though try as they might, scientists have yet to detect any sign of it. Part of the problem has to do with the size of space; finding traces of organic substances or the waste signatures of alien megastructures isn’t easy at such cosmic distances. Fortunately, there’s the possibility that alien life will come to us in the form of interstellar objects. Read More >>

apple
Here’s All the Stuff Apple Announced Today

Apple’s second launch event this fall brought with it few surprises, with no talk of that long-awaited Mac Pro revamp, nor an overdue update on whatever the hell is happening with AirPower. But many of the rumours did pan out today as Apple breathed new life into its outdated Mac Mini and brought Face ID to the iPad Pro. For all you skimmers out there, here’s a rundown of all the stuff Apple announced. Read More >>

smartphones
How to Back up All of the Photos From All of Your Apps

Your photos and videos are likely to be some of the most precious files you have on your smartphone. Even if you’ve got new photos and videos taken with the camera synced to the cloud though, what about the pictures your family send you over WhatsApp? Or the Instagram Stories you post? Here’s how to make sure every photo and video on your devices is getting backed up. Read More >>

laptops
Lenovo’s Dual-Screen Yoga Book Is Painfully Close to a Breakthrough

Laptops haven’t changed much since 2012. Sure, they’re a bit sleeker, more powerful, and have slightly better battery lives. But after Microsoft conjured up the original Surface with its kickstand and detachable keyboard in 2012, it’s largely been five plus years of iterative improvements. That doesn’t mean companies aren’t trying though, because if you’ve been paying to systems like Apple’s MacBook Pro with Touch Bar or Asus’ ZenBook Pro 15 with Screenpad, all these companies are working towards the same thing: a dual-screen laptop. But even when considering Apple and Asus’ efforts, the company that’s currently the closest to achieving this is Lenovo, and with the new Yoga Book C930, it feels like Lenovo is so close to a breakthrough. Read More >>

computing
Intel’s 5GHz i9 Processor Is Incredible for Hype and Pretty Good for Computing, Too 

The product categories in the CPU marketplace are rapidly eroding. Intel and AMD have spent the last year and a half furiously releasing new products, and tweaking their lines to take on the competition. In some cases prices have been slashed. In others, it’s meant CPUs have had more cores or threads packed in. The result is a murky marketplace with no clear winners or losers, just a lot of CPUs that go real fast. Read More >>

quantum computing
There’s Now a Proven Way for Quantum Computers to Beat Classical Computers – With a Catch

Entrepreneurs and physicists are pursuing a new kind of computer—one based on the physics of the subatomic particles—that promises to revolutionise various fields. Presumably, such a quantum computer should offer some advantage over the classical computers we already use, right? The trouble is, it’s unclear what tasks quantum computers can definitively perform better than regular computers. Read More >>

star wars
Please Let Star Wars Resistance Tell Its Own Story

Even though we’re two-thirds of the way into the latest Star Wars trilogy, there are still tons of questions about what happened before those films – about the First Order, Supreme Leader Snoke, the Knights of Ren, and so much more. And, with any luck, Star Wars Resistance won’t answer any of them. Read More >>

phones
Everything You Need to Know About the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

So the big event has finally arrived. Google, despite knowing full well that everything has leaked, has come out to try and behave as though those leaks never happened. The Pixel 3 and its XL brother are now official, and we can hear what they have to offer with words from Google - rather than words from random social network accounts, Russian hands-on videos, and journalists who legitimately purchased them from a proper shop in Hong Kong. Here's everything you need to know. Read More >>

google
How to Watch Google Announce the Pixel 3 Later Today

Today is the day. The day Google is set to ignore the fact that we know damn near everything about the Pixel 3 (and related devices) already, thanks to the incredible number of major leaks that have occurred over the past few months. But it's always nice for proper confirmation, and we'll be getting that later today. By later I mean sometime after 4pm, which is when the event is scheduled to begin. Read More >>

internet
5 Online Subscriptions That Don’t Actually Suck

Remember a time when you paid for your music, and your movies, and your software with a one-off payment rather than a recurring subscription fee debited from your bank account each month? Those times are fading into history for most of us. Subscriptions are now king and practically inescapable. Read More >>