The coronavirus pandemic has made itself felt on tech industry launches, from the size of the events to the devices themselves, and Google’s half-hour presentation, introducing just three new devices plus a remix of a fourth, was very much part of that shift.
A Which? investigation exposes poorly-made smart plugs that could not only put your privacy and security at risk, but your physical safety, too.
To help monitor the spread of coronavirus, the government is now relying partly on QR codes (or Quick Response codes) to track areas at 'high risk'. If you're not too familiar with the technology, we'll help you get up to speed.
We reveal a cheap LG sound bar with dreadful Dolby Atmos audio. See three other Atmos models that might do a better job of cinema-quality sound.
Each week, our experts will be selecting some of the most useful Alexa commands for you to try out, plus sharing some helpful tips too.
With the launch of two new iPads, we look back over the last 10 years of Apple tablets
Wearables are designed to live on your wrist 24/7, meaning they can collect more data about your body than we could have thought possible even a few years ago. Find out what health features are on offer from the likes of Apple, Fitbit, Garmin and Withings.
Apple’s Mac computers have been around for decades. But in recent years they’d been left out in the cold, with hardware updates only happening every few years instead of every...
Tank printers don't use ink or toner cartridges, instead they have a small 'tank' which holds the ink. So rather than having to change the cartridge when it's empty, you just need to fill the tank up.
Faced with an empty Excel worksheet and lots of confusing options, it can be difficult to know where to start, especially if you’re relatively new to this type of tool....