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Apple rolls out first public beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 with Photos app and diverse emoji

Apple rolls out first public beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 with Photos app and diverse emoji

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If you're excited to ditch iPhoto for Apple's new Photos app, you can now make the switch. Apple has released the first public beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, and it includes Photos for OS X. Feel free to try the new test release, though you should know... >>

HP Spectre x360 hands-on: A slim, sexy, sophisticated two-in-one

HP Spectre x360 hands-on: A slim, sexy, sophisticated two-in-one

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HP has announced the Spectre x360 at Mobile World Congress, offering a 13.3-inch laptop that effortlessly turns into a tablet thanks to the geared hinge.  It's a beautiful looking device that oozes premium appeal and we were impressed by how professional... >>

HP Spectre x360 combines laptop and tablet for all day battery with Quad HD display

HP Spectre x360 combines laptop and tablet for all day battery with Quad HD display

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HP has taken the wraps of its new Spectre x360 laptop-cum-tablet that crams power into an attractive frame while offering all day battery. The HP Spectre x360 is a 13.3-inch laptop with touch screen and geared hinge that allows it to be used as a tablet.... >>

Apple MacBook Air refresh: Here's what it needs to beat

Apple MacBook Air refresh: Here's what it needs to beat

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You might be able to get your hands on a Retina MacBook Air by next month. The current MacBook Air is the only Apple laptop without a Retina display, and the hope worldwide is that Apple will soon announce a Retina version of the MacBook Air. Although... >>

Scared of trusting the cloud with your life? WD's EX2100 and EX4100 NAS bays could be the answer

Scared of trusting the cloud with your life? WD's EX2100 and EX4100 NAS bays could be the answer

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Western Digital believes that by 2016 every household in Britain will require 3.3TB of storage on average for all the digital content we've accumulated. And should you attempt to entrust that to online cloud services, the monthly subscription fees could... >>

Google is working on a new version of Chromebook Pixel, and it's coming soon

Google is working on a new version of Chromebook Pixel, and it's coming soon

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Google's £1,049 premium Chromebook is about to get refreshed. There's two types of Chromebooks you can get: really cheap, decent ones, and the Chromebook Pixel. It's a two-year-old touchscreen laptop at the high end of the Chromebook family. Although... >>

Microsoft Office 365 vs Office touch apps vs Office 2016: Confusing, but which one is for you?

Microsoft Office 365 vs Office touch apps vs Office 2016: Confusing, but which one is for you?

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Microsoft is busy working on Windows 10, while also working the next phase of Microsoft Office. The company recently unveiled new Microsoft Office touch apps, and it said a new version of its desktop suite was also in development. While all that sounds... >>

Worried about Lenovo’s pre-installed spyware? Here’s how to remove Superfish from PCs

Worried about Lenovo’s pre-installed spyware? Here’s how to remove Superfish from PCs

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Anyone who owns a new Lenovo computer has likely been subjected to hidden adware. Computer maker Lenovo has been called out by angry customers for pre-installing the software on their machines, and now it is being forced to remove the adware as well as... >>

Apple launches free repair program for faulty MacBook Pros with video issues

Apple launches free repair program for faulty MacBook Pros with video issues

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It's been almost a year since Apple launched a replacement program for iPhone 5 sleep/wake buttons, and now the company is following that up with a similar program just for faulty MacBook Pro laptops. Apple has announced it will offer free repairs for... >>

Toshiba beefs up Kira Ultrabook with Broadwell processor and better battery life

Toshiba beefs up Kira Ultrabook with Broadwell processor and better battery life

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Toshiba has given its Kira Ultrabook an Apple-like refresh. Everything about it stays the same as last year's model but the CPU has been changed, to Intel's 5th generation i7 "Broadwell" processor range, and the graphics are now Intel HD 5500. Not only... >>