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Windows Hello lets you sign into W10 devices with your face: How does the new feature work?

Windows Hello lets you sign into W10 devices with your face: How does the new feature work?

By 17 March 2015

Microsoft has unveiled a new login and security feature in Windows 10 called Windows Hello. The feature is all about biometric authentication, as it allows you to sign into a new device running Windows 10 with just your face or finger. It basically replaces... >>

USB Type-C is here: Faster charging, quicker data, smaller mobiles and the death of AC laptop chargers

USB Type-C is here: Faster charging, quicker data, smaller mobiles and the death of AC laptop chargers

By 13 March 2015

At last, the new USB Type-C connector is ready for mass production. It will come with reversible ends, featuring the same small connector on either end. But it means so much more for new smartphones, tablets and even laptops. The new Type-C will mean... >>

What is Force Touch? Apple's haptic feedback technology explained

What is Force Touch? Apple's haptic feedback technology explained

By 11 March 2015

Apple has a new MacBook that unveiled on Monday, alongside more details about Apple Watch, but one of the more interesting announcements from the company's Spring Forward event actually had to do with trackpad technology. Apple's latest, super-thin notebook... >>

Move over MacBook: Google has a new Chromebook Pixel with two USB Type C ports

Move over MacBook: Google has a new Chromebook Pixel with two USB Type C ports

By 11 March 2015

Two years after launching the first Chromebook Pixel, Google has announced a new version. The updated Chromebook Pixel uniquely features USB Type C, the same standard for charging that Apple implemented in its latest MacBook. It enables multi-device charging... >>

These MacBook Adapters will add the ports back to the new Apple laptop

These MacBook Adapters will add the ports back to the new Apple laptop

By 10 March 2015

The new 12-inch Apple MacBook is void of all but two sockets: the new USB Type-C and the 3.5mm headphones jack. Those worried that the move means that nothing will be able to be plugged in shouldn't be, as there are five USB Type-C adapters to help you... >>

Apple MacBook vs MacBook Air 11-inch: What's the difference?

Apple MacBook vs MacBook Air 11-inch: What's the difference?

By 9 March 2015

Apple has announced a new MacBook at its Spring forward special event, a device that Phil Schiller, Apple VP, said was designed for "extreme portability". It revives the MacBook name, which used to be the entry-level notebook device. The small format... >>

New Apple MacBook (12-inch): Stunning, super thin and oh so bling (hands-on)

New Apple MacBook (12-inch): Stunning, super thin and oh so bling (hands-on)

By 9 March 2015

Apple has announced a new MacBook Laptop that is even thinner and smaller than the MacBook Air, but more powerful than the iPad. The new 12-inch MacBook ditches all the traditional ports in order to slim down to a super-thin 13.1mm in thickness. To get... >>

New Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 2015 announced: Faster and smarter

New Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 2015 announced: Faster and smarter

By 9 March 2015

Apple took the opportunity to announce its new range of MacBooks at its Spring forward event where the Apple Watch was launched today. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro for 2015 has been upgraded to include the latest Force Touch trackpad that is launching... >>

Apple has a new MacBook in gold with a 12-inch Retina display

Apple has a new MacBook in gold with a 12-inch Retina display

By 9 March 2015

Much to everyone's surprise, Apple has unveiled a new MacBook (not MacBook Pro; a new MacBook) while on stage at its Spring forward event. The new MacBook has a 12-inch display and weighs just 2 pounds, making it the lightest Mac ever. At its thinnest... >>

Gigabyte P37X v3 review: Goliath among gaming laptops
4 out of 5

Gigabyte P37X v3 review: Goliath among gaming laptops

By 5 March 2015

Think gaming laptop and a clear image probably forms in your mind. Huge chunky body? Check. Adolescent blue LEDs everywhere? Check. Looks a bit like a blinged-up Vauxhall Corsa? Yep. Well, take that image and resign it in your brain's dustbin because... >>