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  • Feature: 4 iPhone App Easter Eggs

    Everyone loves finding hidden goodies in software--almost as much as developers enjoy putting them there. These "Easter eggs" are mostly for fun, but some might contain useful extra features or options. After digging around on the internet, I've found some of the more interesting Easter eggs in apps that you can currently download on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

  • Feature: Three Great Mobile Mind Mapping Apps

    All this week, I've been talking about how amazingly useful mind-mapping is for a variety of creative and business tasks. In my last post, I looked at a few of the best mind-mapping tools for Windows. Today we'll check out some of the coolest mind mappers for smartphones and tablets.

  • How-Tos: Save Money and Trees With Green Printing Tools

    Companies and organizations come in virtually countless shapes and sizes, but one thing that tends to unite them all is at least some reliance on printing. Hand in hand with that fact, in turn, come the ubiquitous paper, toner and other various related items, all of which can add up both in the budget and in their toll on the planet.

  • News: Sony "rebuilding" PlayStation Network after attack

    The outage of Sony's PlayStation Network and Qriocity service, now in its fourth day, looks set to continue after the company said on Sunday that it is "rebuilding" its system to better guard against attacks.

  • News: UK firms to be fined up to £500,000 for unwanted cookies

    Firms will face fines of up to £500,000 if they break new European rules on the use of cookies, spam email, and unwanted marketing phone calls and mobile texts.

  • How-Tos: How to edit photos on a Google Android tablet

    Most of us tend to snap an awful lot more digital images than we ever did when old-fashioned film was around. Back then, taking a picture was always a little bit of a gamble, mainly because you didn't know what the end result was going to look like before you spent time and money getting it developed.

  • Feature: Top tips and tweaks to fix your Wi-Fi

    Is your trusty Wi-Fi network faltering? Are you encountering problems with streaming media, online games or network backups? Here's how to solve common wireless problems.

  • Feature: 10 essential apps for Android smartphone users

    The Android Market offers much more than just games and wallpaper apps, but a lot of it is junk. Let us make things easy for you. Here are ten free utilities or services that no Android user should be without.

  • Feature: 5 (more) things to do with an old computer

    Most of us have an old computer of some sort. Why not have that heap of plastic and circuitry do something useful for you instead? Here's five things you could turn an unused machine into.

  • Video: The week in tech: Apple alleges that Samsung copied the iPad

    Apple says Samsung copied the iPad, BlackBerry Playbook goes on sale, Google lets US users customize maps

  • Video: Robots show images from inside Fukushima reactor buildings

    Tokyo Electric Power has supplied the first look inside two of the reactor buildings at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant

  • How-Tos: How to connect to Wi-Fi on a Google Android tablet

    If your Google Android tablet is not connected to the internet then there are lots of things you will be unable to do. Without an internet connection your tablet is a static device, you can only use it as a self contained piece of equipment and it is limited by the applications and services which were on it at the time you bought it.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook sales outdo Galaxy Tab and Xoom

    BlackBerry PlayBook sales hit 50,000 for the first day of US sales

  • Opinion: Don't panic over iPhone iOS location logging

    The news that the iPhone is logging users’ locations has spread faster than a YouTube video of a cat playing the trombone.

  • Feature: Active 3D vs Passive 3D

    Which 3D TV technology will come out on top? We put three 3D sets side by side to see which 3D tech is the right choice.

  • Opinion: Apple vs Google: and you win

    The competition's hotting up in the race to dominate mobile. BlackBerry has the numbers, Apple the caché, and Microsoft has Windows - with all the familiarity that entails.

  • Feature: The top 10 mobile apps

    Which apps are worth your time and money? PC Advisor readers recommend the best software for tablet or smartphone.

  • Feature: The Elder Scrolls V: 5 things you really ought to know

    Will Mass Effect 3 be the game of the year? Not if Bethesda has anything to say about it. Get all your Skyrim news here.

  • How-Tos: How to fix the time and date on your PC

    ach time I turn on my PC I have to reset the time and date, which appears as Jan 2006. Why can’t my PC remember this setting?

  • How-Tos: How to create a letterhead

    Setting up a business is pricey enough without forking out for additional software. With a copy of the free OpenOffice.org productivity suite, however, you can reduce some of the outlay. Here, we show you how to create your own business letterhead paper.



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