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Stories by Ian Paul
Get fit, have fun, save money, and other great ways tech can help you improve your life this year.
Windows is full of niggling little irritations. These tools fix them.
One of the last major tech expos of the year just took place in Taiwan, and with it came a flood of major PC news as manufacturers rush to prepare for Windows 10 and the crucial holiday shopping season.
The holidays are over, the new year has begun, and thoughts are turning back towards normal life--and post-holiday finances. There's a reason that "Save more money" is such a popular New Year's resolution.
For a few years now I've been watching tablets develop into ever more potent machines, with an eye towards making the jump from a laptop to a slate for my mobile workstation. Sure, people have been working on iPads for years, but until recently it's always seemed like a bit of a hack to me.
From 7-in-1s to table-size AIOs, they're anything but conventional.
Staying safe these digital days takes more than antivirus. Here are 10 fundamental things you do to protect your PC and other devices.
The year's only halfway done, but hackers have already filled enough headlines to last a decade.
We know that Microsoft Office 2013 emphasizes Cloud integration with new Office 365 subscriptions for home users, a greater focus on touchscreens, and Office on Demand virtualization, but what about the things we don’t know? Microsoft is keeping quiet about several key issues, including pricing, release dates, and whether the software giant will be including Android and iOS devices in its Office 2013 rollout.