Updated: The free upgrade has dropped and we take a look at the Windows 8 problems it fixes.
A portable scanner which looks like a desktop lamp.
Mac virtualisation tool adds features to make deployment and management easier.
Is the voice dictation software a substitute for touch typing?
Apple's yearly software upgrade boosts battery life and security. Best of all it's free.
Supporting Windows 8.1 & Mac OS X Mavericks, this virtualisation software remains the best available.
GFI’s WebMonitor 2013 delivers stiff web content security but without the price premium of an appliance.
A comprehensive look at the UI, software, security and business features to see which OS is top dog.
UPDATED: Is Office 365 still the best productivity suite on the planet? Find out as Microsoft finally embraces the benefits of the cloud.
After a thorough road-test we see whether Microsoft's OS is worth upgrading to.
Updated: Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint get the touchscreen treatment, cloud storage and a bunch of new features.
The latest edition of the virtualisation software support Windows 8, but is it worth the paying £39 when there are products out there which are considerably cheaper.
The security and flexibility offered by Windows to Go makes it an ideal tool for professionals who will be using multiple devices.
Lenovo has squeezed the high-end Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quadro 600 graphics into a small-form-factor workstation. It makes for a powerful, but noisy machine.
Lync 2013 improves on all the fundamentals and provides better resiliency, reliability and as well as the option to carry out conference calls on the move.
Microsoft has ditched the Start button, added Live Tiles, beefed up security and touch screen support. But is the revamped OS suitable for business use on desktops and laptops?
The latest edition of the anti-virus software incorporates remote management tools and introduces Safepay, a feature which aims to safeguard online transactions.
Apple has tweaked the interface added core iOS features such as Notifications, revamped Safari and bolstered security features, all for £14.
Webroot’s latest anti-virus software is hosted in the cloud and is fast, efficient and can be combined with other products to bolster protection.
Canonical has packed in a HUD-based interface, bundled open source software, and increased security/software support from three to five years. We find out if it's enough to tempt enterprise users to Ubuntu.
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