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  • Brand New Digital Editions Available Now

    You can now get some of our best-selling and most popular tech guidebooks as direct digital downloads, available instantly and readable on almost every portable mobile device and computer.

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    10 Essential Podcasts for New Listeners

    Podcasts are big, and have been for some time, with thousands of comedians, broadcasters, celebrities and even ordinary joe's taking to the airwaves to comment and talk about life, love, death, taxes, and almost everything…

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    Remembering – Atari 7800

    With the success of the Atari 2600, and its successor the Atari 5200, the renowned games company was desperate to get the next generation of console out to an eager, home computer enthusiast, and games…

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    Sanitize Your Devices with UV

    In today’s world, personal hygiene is more important than ever, and to help combat the spread of bacteria and germs, Samsung are introducing a new UV Sterilizer with Wireless Charging.

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    Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 Get New Features

    Samsung has released a new software update bringing a range of leading Galaxy S20 features to the Galaxy A series. Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 device users will now be able to harness some of…

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  • The Nintendo Entertainment System – A Fresh Perspective

    Retro gaming, just saying those words gives people of a certain age that comforting nostalgic glow! But what if you remove that nostalgia and place the joypad into the hands of current gen gamer. One…

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  • autism and AAC

    6 Recommenced Apps for Autistic Children & Carers

    One of the great aspects of our modern state of technology is its ability to reach all people, specifically those with autism. Autism affects how people communicate and interact with the world around them, and…

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    Mobile Retro Gamer

    Over the last few years interest in retro gaming has steadily increased, and with the release of smaller retro hardware from the likes Nintendo and SEGA, and soon to be Atari, it shows no signs…

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    6 Alternative Ways to Kill Time at Home

    With many of us now on lockdown, or working from home, there’s a worry that a lot of people may become bored, and possibly even more anxious. With that in mind, we’ve got six great…

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  • worst computers

    The Worst Computers of All Time

    The humble desktop computer has evolved quite a lot in the last thirty-plus years. Gone are the beige, toilet-coloured boxes with chunky monitor and wrist-thick cables, to be replaced by impressive, almost dominating black boxes…

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    WiFi – What Is It, How Does It Work?

    It’s not that long ago when wireless communications across the network was akin to witchcraft. At the time we had coaxial cables networking everything, then Ethernet, and then WiFi began to emerge, and it was…

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  • Apple’s Greatest Failures

    Despite the dominating power of Apple, it’s not infallible. Believe it or not, the Cupertino company has had its share of mistakes and failures over the years. From pre-installing U2’s Songs of Innocence album, to…

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  • Worst Games Consoles of All Time

    We live in a world where there’s really only three players in the games console market: Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. However, in the past, there was a time when we had the likes of Sega,…

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    Router Switches – What Are They, How Do They Work?

    Most modern routers contain at least a four-port switch built into the back of the unit. These ports allow for physical, Ethernet, connection to the router from networked devices. But what are they, and how…

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  • Microsoft’s Greatest Failures

    Behind every successful company there’s always a few mishaps it would rather everyone forgot. Microsoft, despite being the top name in desktop computing, isn’t immune to the laws of failure, so we thought we’d have…

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