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Intel 8th-gen processors: hold off buying a new laptop?

8th Gen Intel Core laptops with i5 and i7 processors are coming in September, 2017. If you're after a high-end laptop it may be worth the wait, but other users could bag a bargain right now.

Currys computing sale – which products do we recommend?

As part of its ‘Summer of Savings’ sale, Currys is offering laptops and printers at discounted prices. But are these products worth your money, even after a price-cut? When sale...

New desktop PCs tested from under £500

Our latest desktop PC tests prove you don’t need to spend big for a great computer, with one of our high-scoring Best Buys on offer for less than £500. We’ve tested PCs...

Laptop manufacturers overstate battery life, Which? tests find

When it comes to laptops, battery life can be a key buying decision. But Which? has discovered that the battery life claimed by laptop manufacturers rarely lives up to reality, with...

Latest Windows laptop alternatives to the MacBook Pro

If you’ve got the cash to splash on a high-end laptop, MacBooks aren’t the only game in town. We’ve tested Windows 10 machines that have the power, portability and panache to keep...

Which tech has the best battery life?

For tech that just keeps going, we tell you the mobile phone, tablet, laptop, Bluetooth speaker and wireless headphones with the best battery.

Battle of the browsers – which is best for your computer?

Are you happy with your default browser? We’ve put Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera head to head to see which comes out on top.

Best laptops 2016 (CES)

Laptops have been left in the dust by tablets in recent years. Better screens and better battery life are just two reasons that the latest tablets rate better than most...

The fastest booting laptops we’ve tested

The wait for a laptop to boot up can seem like an age. In reality, it’s likely to take less than a minute, but for the impatient among us that never...

Why Sky Go is no longer working on Google Chrome, and what to do about it

If you have a Sky TV subscription, you’re automatically given access to its on-demand service Sky Go, which allows you to watch programmes on a smartphone, tablet, desktop PC or laptop. But not –...

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