Inkjets vs. lasers in the office

Sponsored 22 Jan, 2014 Stuart Andrews

The laser printer has long been the office workhorse, but inkjets can now hold their own in many areas.

Intel's Skylake 14nm processor launch dates revealed

News 22 May, 2015 Clare Hopping

Release dates are expected between August 2015 and January 2016, the schedule reveals

Raspberry Pi slashes price after rival launches on Kickstarter

News 18 May, 2015 Clare Hopping Adam Shepherd

C.H.I.P. will teach you coding basics and let you play games

HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dn review

Reviews 13 May, 2015 Dave Mitchell

HP unveils a lean, mean printing machine ideally suited to busy workgroups


Oracle and Raspberry Pi Foundation launch kids learning project

News 24 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

The two companies are inviting children to build their own weatherstation to gain programming skills

Man feels "glorious" after shooting stalling PC

Opinion 22 Apr, 2015 Nicole Kobie

Opinion: The blue screen of death took on new meaning in Colorado, as one shopowner shot his Dell eight times

Intel ‘pays high price’ for reliance on PCs with flat quarter

News 15 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

Plummeting desktop sales underline need for chipmaker to modernise


US Gov stops Intel updating China’s supercomputer

News 10 Apr, 2015 Joe Curtis

White House intervenes to prevent Intel sending China Xeon chips for planned upgrade

IDC predicts doom for PC sales

News 13 Mar, 2015 Joe Curtis

Analyst house says decline will increase in light of stronger US dollar

HP launches quicker, quieter laser printers

News 12 Mar, 2015 Tim Danton

HP's new printers promise to reduce noise and costs for many firms

Windows XP adoption outpaces Windows 7 growth

News 2 Mar, 2015 Joe Curtis

Microsoft’s expired operating system is more popular than Windows 8 and 8.1

Intel posts record revenue for 2014, but mobile suffers

News 19 Jan, 2015 Joe Curtis

Chipmaker made $55.9bn last year, with good performance in tablets and PCs

Cel Robox 3D Printer review: Why it’s not ready for the masses

Reviews 16 Jan, 2015 Rene Millman

3D printing remains too expensive and problematic for mainstream use


10 inventions & discoveries looking to change the world

In-depth 7 Jan, 2015 Khidr Suleman

From turning sewage into water to the development of the hoverboard. What have we got to look forward to?

HP Z1 G2 review - The most upgradeable all-in-one is expensive

Reviews 5 Jan, 2015 Mike Jennings

HP returns with an updated version of the market’s most versatile and innovative all-in-one

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CES 2015: The top 5 tech announcements from the show so far

News 5 Jan, 2015 Joe Curtis

Nvidia wants to power self-driving cars, plus HP’s 4K and 5K TVs

Kyocera ECOSYS M3040idn printer review

Reviews 5 Dec, 2014 Simon Handby

Economical, compact yet scalable, Kyocera's M3040idn is a good mono MFP for workgroups or small firms who don't need fax support

Office Workers

Workplace tech worse than what employees use at home

News 2 Dec, 2014 Clare Hopping

New report reveals home IT is better than workplace tech, suggesting organisations need to urgently improve what they offer employees


MIT develops nano-camera for $500

News 12 Nov, 2014 Clare Hopping

The camera can be used in medical and safety applications

How to drive printing costs down

Sponsored 11 Nov, 2014 Barry Collins

Practical advice on cutting down usage, from paper to toner