David Court is Online Editor, dedicated to taking the PC Advisor website to its rightful place as King of all the websites. When David isn't PC Advising, he likes to take chunks out of people on football pitches whenever he gets the opportunity.
Articles by David Court
Google Chromecast vs Roku Streaming Stick comparison review: is the Roku Streaming stick worth £20 more than Google Chromecast?
Google Chromecast and the Roku Streaming Stick are direct TV streaming competitors. Here's where we put the two up against one another to find out…
How to delete cookies and browsing history in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari
We explain all you need to know about cookies and how to delete cookies and browsing history in Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
How to change icons Windows 8: create and change icon images in Windows 8 desktop and Modern UI
We explain how to create and change the desktop and Modern UI icons in Windows 8. Create custom icons for your favourite programs and apps.
How to remove Apple Mail accounts permanently from your Mac: delete email accounts from your Mac
Here's where we show you how to remove Apple Mail accounts permanently from your Mac.
Windows 8.1 comes with Sky Drive integrated, here's where we show you how to disable and uninstall SkyDrive from Explorer.
A reading app that claims to enable its users to read up to 1,000 words per minute has attracted a lot of attention, but how does it work? We…
How to install XBMC on your Android: install the popular Xbox Media Centre on to your Android smartphone or tablet
XBMC (Xbox Media Centre) is a popular open source media player that is available on a number of platforms. Getting it to work on your Android…
Acer Liquid E3 hands-on review: a mid-range smartphone with good specs and interesting software
Acer is one of many smartphone manufacturers to release a mid-range smartphone at MWC this year. Here's our Acer Liquid E3 hands-on review.
Archos 50c Oxygen hands-on review: 5-inch smartphone that is as light as it is sexy and as sexy as it is cheap
Archos has a brand new 5-inch Octa-Core smartphone on display at MWC 2014 and we get to spend some time with the sub £200 device. Here's our…
Firefox smartphone hands-on review: the $25 phone that lets you browse the web, send emails and play music
A smartphone that costs $25 and works is a ridiculous idea, yet it is exactly what Firefox has managed to show off at MWC 2014. Here's our $25…
Comments by David Court
Ha, it was more the "for the Arts Theater" part of the name. Yerba Buena sounds cool, although I was both ignorant and unaware of that...and many…
You cut me deep Jas. All updated now.
Hi Mark, thanks for the comment. Maybe that statement was a little bit rushed. I'll amend it now. For the record, I actually think that the…
Why don't apple just concentrate on Phones, they losing Customers. They just bitter old has beens that have lost their way, even Nokia is more…
How to rip a DVD to a computer
Hi Americanspirit, Thanks for your comment, and sorry to hear about your virus. I have to say that I downloaded and tested DVD Shrink without…
Windows 8 launch live
Quite right Aashish. It's still BST here. I've changed it now. Thanks.
If Samsung were as petty as Apple they would take the fruity company to court. The iphone 4S has a small screen. The Samsung Galaxy has a bigger…
So we have a court case in AMERICA between a company which is the pride of the good ole USA, and an Asian interloper. A jury is supposed to be…
Yes it should. Good spot. Thanks