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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: 
Ofcom tells BT: 'Invest in broadband, reap the rewards'

Ofcom yesterday told BT that in exchange for greater investment, the ISP could have fuller control over next-generation UK broadband infrastructure.

News: 
Google made to hand over YouTube user details

A US court today forced Google to hand over details of the viewing habits of every user who has ever watched any video on YouTube.

Features: 
Use email? You get 70 spam emails a day

A study has found that the UK is a ripe, juicy target for dodgy organisations offering pre-approved loans and credit cards.

Review: 
Techsmith SnagIt 9.0 review

Techsmith SnagIt 9.0 is a powerful screen-capture application, that allows much more than simple screenshots.

Features: 
Bill Gates and the art of the big exit

Well he's gone. Bill Gates has left the building. Except he's still the chairman, but you know what I mean.

Review: 
Siber Systems RoboForm review

Siber Systems RoboForm is a great tool for storing usernames, passwords and other data you regularly need to submit to e-commerce or members-only…

Features: 
The Beatles to appear in video game?

The Beatles music publisher, Apple Corps, is considering sanctioning a video game based around the mop-topped Scouse boy-band's back catalogue.…

Features: 
Teens use Google Earth, Facebook to crash pools

Those pesky kids have been at it again - using technology and lingo old folks don't understand to have a good time. Naked, probably. In this case,…

Features: 
Nintendo Wii Fit damages cost UK £20m

Strewth, Sheila. It seems that over-zealous ladies exercising with Nintendo's Wii Fit are causing chaos all over the UK.

Review: 
Ashampoo Office 2008 review

Ashampoo Office 2008 comprises word processor TextMaker, spreadsheet app PlanMaker and - a brand new program - Presentations, which is designed to…


 

Comments by Matt Egan


Features: 
How to sell on eBay: 30 tips and tricks for making more money

I'm not going to delete it, but I am going to suggest you prove it or withdraw the allegation.

Review: 
Asus Memo Pad 7 review: A competitive new entry into the budget tablet market

That's actually a good point. It's a mistake. Page should open on it. Thanks.

Review: 
Apple Watch vs Motorola Moto 360 comparison review: watches that are as beautiful as they are smart

Interesting points all, but I'm still not sure how that makes this click bait.

Features: 
10 best Facebook games of June 2014

What does 'how much did you get for this article' mean?

Features: 
Android 4.5 release date and features: When will the next version of Android (Lollipop) come out?

Ha! I think we're a bit more sophisticated than that. (And in August it was 13 million, as it goes.)

Review: 
Apple Watch vs Motorola Moto 360 comparison review: watches that are as beautiful as they are smart

David. David, David, David. You are of course entitled to opine, but you are not entitled to accuse one of my colleagues of being corrupt, and…

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How to successfully bridge the gap between clients and creatives

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How to update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8: including how to install iOS 8 if you don't have room