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Matt Egan

Matt Egan

Matt Egan is editor-in-chief of PC Advisor, having worked for the UK's best-read technology magazine and website since 2003. A passionate technology fan who writes on subjects as diverse as internet security, social media and Windows, in his spare time Matt enjoys playing football (badly) and singing in a band (also badly).


 

Articles by Matt Egan


Features: 
How I stopped worrying and learned to love the iPad

I don't need an iPad. I definitely don't need an Apple iPad. But it's, you know, so pretty...

Review: 
Panasonic Toughbook CF-F8 review

There's something deceptively fierce-looking about the Panasonic Toughbook CF-F8 business-ruggedised laptop - UPDATED 9 APRIL 2010

News: 
Hands on: Packard Bell EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition

Claiming full PC performance in a touchscreen-enabled ultraportable chassis, Packard Bell has been touting its EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition…

Features: 
Election 2010: it was the web wot won it

This year's General Election will be the first in which the web and social media play a big part: but can blogs and tweets materially affect the…

News: 
G Data launches 2011 security products

G Data is presenting its next-generation 2011 consumer security software here at the CeBIT tradeshow in Hanover,Germany. G Data is launching G…

News: 
Intel PC has 48-core processor

Intel is demonstrating a PC with a 48-core processor here at the CeBIT tradesow, Hanover. The system is described as a single-chip cloud computer…

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Foxit hunts Adobe with cut-price Acrobat killer

US software vendor Foxit is showing software here at CeBIT that radically cuts the cost of producing and editing PDFs. Foxit Phantom retails at…

News: 
TomTom updates iPhone satnav app

Today at the CeBIT tradeshow in Hannover, Germany, TomTom announced a number of new services and features for its TomTom satellite navigation app…

News: 
Corsair expands range to shed 'Memory' tag

Corsair has an enviable reputation as the king of computer memory makers. It eschews the low-end, to manufacture a diaspora of mid-range and…

News: 
Gigabyte chases iPad with ultra-connected laptops

Primarily known as a motherboard manufacturer, Gigabyte is determined to own the laptop space. Here at the CeBIT tradeshow, Hannover, the vendor…


 

Comments by Matt Egan


Features: 
Microsoft HoloLens is only good for two things: And they're not holograms

I just want to know what this comment is!

Features: 
Microsoft HoloLens is only good for two things: And they're not holograms

I can assure that no comments have been deleted on this article, and there has been no site downtime today. Sounds like a local problem at your end.

Features: 
Group test: what's the best laptop?

To answer your points in order - we update this article several times a month as new laptops become available. So I'm not sure at what point we…

Review: 
HP Z1 G2 Workstation review: iMac rival is powerful all-in-one that can be easily opened and upgraded

Hi Phillip. The review is nearly a year old, so it's possible the product is no longer available. (I don't personally know this, but HP is not a…

Features: 
6 best cloud storage services - 2014's best online storage sites revealed

Nah. Fair comment. And I haven't got time to sue everybody.

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Group test: what's the best Android antivirus?

Then I can suggest only that you never use any smartphones or laptops.

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Microsoft HoloLens is only good for two things: And they're not holograms

I was talking about the comment to which I initially responded.It's fair comment to say if you believe the article is biased. I don't believe it…

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Group test: what's the best laptop?

You win points for anonymous bravery and zany humour when selecting usernames. Laugh? I nearly did.

Features: 
Group test: what's the best laptop?

Guess that makes two of us!

Features: 
Microsoft HoloLens is only good for two things: And they're not holograms

Interesting that you are so clear that Chris is somehow biased, when he isn't, whilst displaying such unmitigated bias yourself. Self knowledge is…

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