Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac review
A long overdue update, but it's still not quite at the same level as the Windows version.
Windows 10: one OS to rule them all
Usability often takes a back seat with operating systems, not so with Windows 10.
Keep cool and be efficient
Powerful portable PCs are only possible thanks to innovative components that run cool and quiet. Here’s what led to their creation.
Style and substance in a mobile package
The best design is as much about how something works as how it looks and that’s certainly the case with mobile technology.
Motorola Motoluxe XT615 review
Hot on the heels of the RAZR comes the mid-range Motorola Motoluxe, which still packs a few surprising features considering the price. Julian Prokaza …
Sony Xperia S review
Sony’s first smartphone since its split with Ericsson has an impressive screen and makes clever use of NFC technology, but are these features enough t…
Apple new iPad review
After months of speculation about its specification, the new iPad launched in mid-March with an ultra-high resolution Retina display and blisteringly …
LG P940 Prada 3.0 smartphone review
LG launches its third smartphone with Prada branding for users keen to make a fashion statement along with their phone calls. Julian Prokaza finds out…
First look: Toshiba Dynadock U3.0 and 15.6” USB Mobile LCD M
Toshiba shows a new version of its Dynadock laptop docking station with USB 3.0 and a USB-powered external monitor at its 2012 product launch.
First look: Two new Toshiba tablet concepts
Toshiba had two new tablets on show at its 2012 consumer product preview earlier today.
First look: Sony Xperia NXT S, P and U Android smartphones
Following their announcement at MWC, we go hands-on with three new Xperia NXT Android smartphones from Sony.
Microsoft OneNote for Android and iPad review
With mobile versions of OneNote now available for both Android and iPad, tablet users have an easy way to access their desktop notes and clippings whe…
LibreOffice 3.5.0 open-source office suite review
The 'alternative' alternative open source office suite gets its second update in 16 months, but are the bug fixes and new features enough to tempt use…
How to avoid unwanted alerts in iOS 5
Avoid embarrassing interruptions from unexpected iPhone alerts by following Julian Prokaza’s guide to configuring iOS 5’s notification settings.
RIM BlackBerry Bold 9790 review
The Bold 9790 is the latest BlackBerry to run RIM’s new BlackBerry 7 OS, but does this budget offering for business users cut too many corners to comp…
Dell Vostro 131 business ultraportable review
Ultrabooks may be hogging the limelight for now, but Dell’s new Vostro 131 is a solid business ultraportable that costs considerably less. Julian Pro…
Nokia Lumia 710 review
Julian Prokaza wasn’t overly impressed with Nokia’s first attempt at a Windows Phone 7 smartphone, so will the new entry-level Lumia 710 fare any b…
Canon ImageFormula P-215 mobile scanner review
Sheet-fed duplex scanners are usually hefty desktop affairs, but the Canon ImageFormula P-215 is small enough to slip into laptop bag. Julian Prokaza…
LogMeIn Free for iOS review
Accessing a Mac or Windows PC remotely using an iOS device has always been easy, but it’s never been this cheap. Since an update last December, LogMe…
Huawei U8510 IDEOS X3 Blaze review
Another remarkably inexpensive smartphone from a manufacturer keen to make its name in the Android market, but is the Huawei Blaze as cheerful as it i…
Google Galaxy Nexus review
Google's latest own-brand Android smartphone is here. Its massive high-resolution screen and brand new Ice Cream Sandwich operating system left a big …
Samsung Galaxy Note review
Is it a very big phone or a very small tablet? Julian Prokaza takes a look at the unusual Galaxy Note in our review.
Motorola Razr review
Motorola has resurrected the venerable Razr name for its new ultra-thin Android smartphone, but is the company on the bleeding edge or trading on past…
HTC Radar review
HTC's budget Windows Phone may not be as glamorous as other handsets, but it shouldn't be dismissed out of hand. Julian Prokaza gets to grips with the…
Nokia Lumia 800 review
The first Windows Phone from Nokia has finally arrived, but is this smartphone the shot in the arm Nokia so desperately needs or a shot in the foot? J…
HTC Titan review
The massive HTC Titan is well-named, but does this new Windows Phone 7.5 handset tower above the competition or is it already a dinosaur? Julian Proka…
RIM BlackBerry Torch 9860 review
RIM takes another stab at a touchscreen-only smartphone, but has the Torch 9860 caught up with the competition or has it already fallen behind the pac…
Head to Head: Parallels Desktop 7 vs VMware Fusion 4
The two leading virtualisation programs for the Mac have both been updated. Are they essentially identical or is one definitively better than the othe…
Samsung Galaxy Pro review
Samsung extends its Galaxy brand of Android smartphones with a keyboard-equipped Blackberry lookalike, but Julian Prokaza is far from impressed. Read …
RIM BlackBerry Bold 9900 review
RIM has packed in a new operating system, an improved browser and a responsive touchscreen into the slim chassis of the BlackBerry Bold 9900, but Juli…
LG Optimus 2X review
Another day, another dual-core smartphone, this time from LG. Julian Prokaza puts it through its Android paces.
Nokia E7 review
Nokia's last gasp Symbian smartphone, the E7, is here. Does it go out in a blaze of glory or is it a damp squib? Julian Prokaza finds out in our revie…
HTC Flyer review
HTC's first Android tablet is not only smaller and lighter than the iPad 2, it can be used with a pressure-sensitive stylus too. The Flyer didn't soar…
HTC Sensation review
HTC's latest dual-core smartphone is here, but is it a true Sensation or a damp squib? Julian Prokaza casts a discerning eye in our review.
Samsung Galaxy S2 review
The new Samsung Galaxy S2 is an impressive smartphone, but is it enough to tempt Julian Prokaza away from his iPhone? Read on to find out.