The Best Stuff From Apple’s MacBook Pro Event

Today’s Apple event was, uh, shockingly similar to Microsoft’s live event yesterday. Both opened with a montage of each brand’s products helping differently abled users experience the world through technology. Read More >>

Six iPhone Apps That Use TouchID to Make Your Life Easier

Apple's TouchID fingerprint recognition lets you lock your phone James Bond-style, using biometrics. It's cool and adds an extra layer of security, so it makes sense that apps are jumping to integrate it. Here are some of the best apps that take advantage of TouchID: Read More >>

The Best Haswell-Updated Computers

There's a decent chance that a fair few of you will be stumping up for a new laptop in the next month or two, as uni students head back to halls to discover the wonders of the internet, school kids indulge in Facebook, and regular people, y'know, buy laptops. But before you do, take a moment to work out which machines have been updated with the new generation of Intel goodness. Read More >>

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10 Tricks to Make Yourself a Dropbox Master

Dropbox is a robust independent file syncing tool (which Apple once tried to buy) that recently hit the 100m user milestone. It's arguably the most popular cloud service around, and for good reason. Read More >>

The Most Awesomest Televisions at CES 2013

2013 is shaping up to be a huge year for huge televisions. Almost every major manufacturer is rolling out gigantic sets and packing them with four times the resolution of current TVs. One curved display is even redefining what constitutes a "flat screen" TV, period. Here's what to watch in 2013. Read More >>

iPad 4 Review Roundup: The Real New iPad

So the iPad 4 is the new iPad, or rather the new new iPad because the new iPad was first the iPad 3, which has now become the old and discontinued new iPad half a year later. Yeah, it's awkward. But anyway. This new iPad is just the same as the old iPad except it's a little bit faster. Read More >>

iPad Mini Review Roundup: Smaller Is Better?

The first reviews of the iPad Mini are out and they're just like we expected. Smaller is nice! It's so light! But having such a hefty price tag without a Retina Display is sorta disappointing. Is the iPad Mini worth the cost? Read More >>

19 Gadgets With Happy and Sad Faces

We like to anthropomorphize the objects in our lives, assigning our tools and tech personalities of their own. But some just go ahead and do it for you. The gadgets you are about to see wear their hearts on their sleeves. Read More >>

The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold This Summer

After the wettest June on record and a less than impressive start to July, the wonderful British summer is off to a characteristically slow start. However, in the name of stoic British duty, its Wimbledon time and that means its time to start drinking outdoors. Read More >>

Apple TV Meta-Review: 1080p and a Whole Lot of Convenience

Preliminary reviews of the 3rd-gen, 1080p Apple TV are here. The Geekosphere has spoken and deemed it a phenomenal device but may be worth waiting on if you already own last year's model. Read More >>

New iPad Meta-Review: What the Critics Are Saying

The first reviews of Apple's 3rd-generation iPad are in and the general consensus is that this is the tablet you've been waiting for—assuming you don't already own its predecessor, that is. Read More >>