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  • Intel Atom x3, Atom x5, Atom x7 release date, specifications

    Intel launches Atom x3, Atom x5 and Atom x7, making a play for the budget smartphone market. Intel Atom x3 features, specs, release date; Intel Atom x5 and Intel Atom x7 features, specs, release date. Everything you need to know about Intel's new mobile chips.

  • Mouse-Box is a PC inside a mouse

    You've always wanted a PC inside a mouse and it's finally here, say hello to the Mouse-Box.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note Edge release date, price and specs UK

    Samsung surprised the audience at its Unpacked event with a totally unexpected product - the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. Here we explain all there is to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, including release date, price and specs UK.

  • 26 best new phones, tablets and more for 2015

    About to buy a new phone, tablet or other consumer tech? WAIT. Here we round up the 26 best new consumer tech products still to launch and about which you should be most excited, from phones, tablets and operating systems to games, virtual-reality headsets, smartwatches and smartglasses.

  • Lumia 530 video review: cheap is not good value with a phone as poor as the Lumia 530

    The Lumia 530 is the phone that shows how much momentum Nokia lost in the final months before Microsoft took over. It's a dog, and here's why.

  • Raspberry Pi B+ release date, price and specs

    Everything you need to know about the new Raspberry Pi model B+ including release date, price and specs.

  • Video: Fitbits compared - Fitbit Force vs Fitbit One vs Fitbit Zip vs Fitbit Flex

    We take a look a the Fitbit activity tracker range and go through the pros and cons of the Fitbit Force, Fitbit One, Fitbit Zip and Fitbit Flex.

  • Intel launches 'Haswell' Core chips

    Intel today announced the 4th-generation of its Core processor series. The quad core chips, previously code-named 'Haswell' offer better performance and significantly reduced power consumption, and will be available in PCs, laptops and tablets from June 4.

  • BlackBerry launches BlackBerry 10: details

    BlackBerry today announced its new platform: BlackBerry 10. BlackBerry 10 is the company's attempt to take on the Apple iPhone, Android phones and even Microsoft's nascent Windows Phone 8 handsets. It has a whole new set of apps and media-purchasing outlets, and will be the OS on which all forthcoming BlackBerry phones run. Here's details of BlackBerry 10.

  • Windows 8 Pro upgrade available on Amazon for £49

    Amazon is selling the upgrade version of Windows 8 Pro for £49 via Amazon's UK website. Customers who pre-order now now will receive a DVD-ROM containing the Windows 8 code and an installation key shortly after Windows 8's October 26 release date.

  • Save 30 percent on PC Advisor digital subscriptions

    Summer Deal – PC Advisor is giving you one more reason to celebrate this fantastic British summer. We are offering you 30 percent off a digital subscription to PC Advisor. This offer is for a limited time only so you will need to be quick. That's 12 issues for less than £17. It's a golden offer.

  • PC Advisor offer: 12 month iPad subscription for the price of six months

    With all eyes on Britain this weekend PC Advisor is giving you reason to celebrate. Get a 12 month iPad subscription for the price of six months. That's less than £1.13p per issue. It's a winning offer.

  • Orange San Diego is UK's first Intel smartphone: details, pictures

    The first Intel smartphone will launch in the UK on 6 June. The Orange San Diego will be exclusively available from Orange UK, Intel and Orange announced today. Here's full details of the first Intel smartphone launch.

  • Video: Evernote, QuickOfficePro, Teamviewer

    Today on IDG App Review we'll take a look at some of the best productivity apps that put your office in the palm of your hand.

  • AMD launches Radeon HD 7870 and HD 7850 graphics cards

    AMD has introduced two graphics cards to its Radeon HD line-up in the form of the HD 7870 and the HD 7850. They are codenamed the Pitcairn XT and the Pitcairn Pro, respectively.

  • Pentax K-01 dSLR-compatible APS-C camera unveiled

    Pentax has announced an APS-C 16Mp CMOS digital camera that is able to take standard dSLR lenses. The Pentax K-01 will go onsale in the UK from the end of March with an RRP of £629 for the body only

  • HP Spectre Ultrabook makes grand CES debut

    Ultrabooks were popular at CES, but HP was the only manufacturer to launch a seethrough model. The glass-clad ultraportable has a 14in display, besting the 13in screens of most other Ultrabooks we’ve seen so far. It has sports NFC technology, USB 3.0 and SSD storage

  • 200th issue of PC Advisor onsale today

    The 200th issue of PC Advisor is onsale now. You can buy the March 2012 issue in all good newsagents and via digital download.

  • Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime goes quad-core

    Asus has unveiled the world's first quad-core Android tablet. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is a ramped up version of the original Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet and is powered by an nVidia Tegra 3 processor. The £499 tablet comes with a docking keyboard that can be used for extended typing duties.

  • Tech TV brings video news and reviews to your WebOS tablet

    Tech TV is a free download from the publisher of PC Advisor that's available exclusively for the HP TouchPad.

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