It’s the size of a pack of cards but it’s really a whopper, writes PAT PILCHER, of Samsung’s extraordinary 30TB hard drive.
Time to get rid of that cumbersome old mechanical hard drive? PAT PILCHER discovers the joys of solid state.
Gone are the days when travellers need to lug heavy laptops on international flights and around the world. Who needs it, writes PAT PILCHER, when you’ve got a smartphone that you can use as a PC?
Cyber criminals are getting craftier and remain steps ahead of the latest technology. PAT PILCHER looks at the potential devastation that cyber crime is likely to inflict on lives in 2018.
PAT PILCHER discovers that there is now a way to get some sweet vengeance against those annoying scammers who fill his spam folder to its brim every day.
PAT PILCHER endures a hellish, traumatising and tortuous tech support experience just for our amusement. (Not really).
Do you need a VPN to stay safe online? PAT PILCHER takes a look at Norton’s variant on the theme.
The abilities of the Surface are more than skin deep, writes PAT PILCHER, who got to play with Microsoft’s latest laptop baby.
It makes Siri seem prehistoric, and does so much more than simply answer back. PAT PILCHER is in love with Alexa.
The latest iteration of Dell’s popular XPS 13 laptop is full of small but useful improvements, helping it to stand out in a crowded field, writes PAT PILCHER.
Intel’s latest CPU is packed with raw grunt, writes PAT PILCHER.
PAT PILCHER gets to first name basis with Intel’s latest hot character (we mean hot 7th gen CPU), Kaby Lake.