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101 Best cakes for geeks

101 Best cakes for geeks

By 10 July 2014

It's our editor Chris Hall's birthday today so to celebrate we thought we'd present him with not one cake but 101 of them. And what's better, they are all geek-based (and probably flour and eggs and that). So we've collected the finest we've seen and... >>

Samsung factory gets raided for $36 million worth of gadgets

Samsung factory gets raided for $36 million worth of gadgets

By 8 July 2014

Samsung's Campinas factory near Sao Paolo was invaded late Sunday night and its workers were held hostage as the criminals made off with BRL $36 million worth of gadgets. The armed robbers made off with seven trucks full of Samsung phones, tablets, and... >>

Which mobile battery charger is best for you?

Which mobile battery charger is best for you?

By 2 July 2014

As smartphone screens grow ever larger and higher in resolution battery suffers. 4G is also an enemy of battery life and that's only getting faster. So without any battery breakthroughs coming anytime soon you're going to need a mobile charger to help... >>

Hands-on: 21.5-inch entry-level Apple iMac (2014) review

Hands-on: 21.5-inch entry-level Apple iMac (2014) review

By 2 July 2014

In June Apple announced a new version of its super slim iMac that is lower specced than the ones already on the market, but similarly offered at a lower price to allow those on a smaller budget a chance to jump on board team Mac. The 21.5-inch has the... >>

Vaio is back in the laptop game and there's no Sony involved

Vaio is back in the laptop game and there's no Sony involved

By 1 July 2014

Vaio was sold off by Sony but that doesn't mean it's gone. Vaio is now back with a range of laptops, without Sony but looking decidedly familiar. Vaio says it will be a "small" PC maker that will mean change. But the first two laptops shown off on its... >>

Windows 9 Threshold preview coming this year, with default Mini Start menu for desktops

Windows 9 Threshold preview coming this year, with default Mini Start menu for desktops

By 30 June 2014

It looks like Microsoft's next major operating system release could launch soon and include the much-missed Start menu. Kind of. According to ZDNet, Windows 9, also known as Windows Threshold, will reportedly somewhat abandon the colourful tile layout... >>

Android Apps come to Chromebooks as lines blur even more between the two operating systems

Android Apps come to Chromebooks as lines blur even more between the two operating systems

By 25 June 2014

Google has confirmed that it will soon allow Chromebook users run Android apps on the desktop operating system, blurring the lines of what Chrome OS and Android is. Google demoed Evernote, Vine, and Flipboard Android apps working on a Chromebook Pixel... >>

How to improve your Wi-Fi at home

How to improve your Wi-Fi at home

By 24 June 2014

With more and more of our entertainment lives requiring an internet connection, making sure your are well connected in your home is becoming more and more important. While US home owners can enjoy wooden frame constructed houses and plasterboard stud... >>

Kano allows children of all ages to build a computer from scratch, like Lego

Kano allows children of all ages to build a computer from scratch, like Lego

By 16 June 2014

London Technology Week has arrived and with it comes a focus on Kano, a computer and coding kit for all ages that allows you to build a computer yourself. The youngest child to have built Kano was six and the oldest adult was 81 so when it says all ages,... >>

A week in reviews: 9 - 13 June

A week in reviews: 9 - 13 June

By 14 June 2014

It's the week when the gaming gods of the world congregate in Los Angeles for the E3 expo. And it's been one hot week - both in terms of sunshine and awesome gaming - that's shone light on the year's hottest titles. Pocket-lint was there to bring you... >>


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