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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


News: 
CES: enTourage eDGe is Google Android 'dualbook'

US manufacturer Entourage this week announces the enTourage eDGe. The Edge runs the Google Android operating system and is a slim and stylish…

News: 
Google Fast Flip adds more than 50 publications

Goggle has added more than newspapers, magazines, websites and TV stations to Fast Flip, the service that allows users to preview or 'flip'…

News: 
The 10 most popular product reviews of 2009

With more than 4,000 reviews online, literally millions of people visit PCAdvisor.co.uk each month to get expert, impartial advice. But which…

Features: 
How do you solve a problem like MS Office?

Forget Windows. Office is Microsoft's sacred cash cow. The one-true king of the MS desktop. And the productivity suite's success, Windows and Mac,…

Features: 
Google: killing the internet?

To many people Google is the web: the only search engine worth using that they've ever known. And in line with the 'Don't Be Evil' motto, this has…

Features: 
I've seen the future, and it's the Nintendo DS

Do you know what the most popular ever games console in the UK is? No? It's the little ol' Nintendo DS. Do you care? 

News: 
Ikee iPhone worm hacker lands lucrative job

The hacker who created the Ikee iPhone worm because 'he was bored', may be smarter than he first appeared. Ashley Towns has shown no regret over…

Features: 
Apple's no-smoking warranty nonsense

I'm not a smoker. I don't enjoy being in the presence of cigarette smoke. But I still had mixed feelings about the UK workplace smoking ban.

Features: 
Good, clean fun: but what is Twitter for?

Ask even the most avid Twitter fan to explain the benefits of their obsession, and it will take them considerably more than 140 characters to come…

Features: 
Do Macs need security software?

Actually, the question should be: when will Macs start to need security software? It's going to happen sometime, Macfans, and you might as well…


 

Comments by Matt Egan


Features: 
Top 10 Android Lollipop tips, tricks and hidden features: The best bits of Android L

'Click bait', that's debatable but your opinion to which you are entitled.'People from countries whose names we can't spell are hired to write…

Features: 
How to use System Restore to fix a Windows 8 PC or laptop

This explains our position (which may change): http://www.techadvisor.co.uk/o...

Features: 
How to stop autoplaying ads, videos and media on web pages: stop videos autoplaying in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer

Yes, we certainly do. This explains our current thinking, but it is constantly up for review: http://www.techadvisor.co.uk/o...

Review: 
Apple Watch vs Huawei Watch comparison preview: What's the difference?

Certain irony in the punctuation in this post.

Review: 
Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Sony Xperia Z4 comparison: What to expect from the smartphone market leaders in 2015

So we should never compare any products unless it is Samsung and Apple? Odd viewpoint.

Features: 
How to manually upgrade an Android smartphone or tablet

'Full of links to other parts of the site' is an odd criticism!

Features: 
Oculus Rift release date, specs and features: Oculus Rift set to change the way we play, how we experience events and places

No idea what that means. I'm gonna presume it was a compliment. Thanks!

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