Bet you didn't know you could tweak a Surface's Registry. You can, and this hack helps reduce touchscreen lag time
The home appliance giant opens up the floor to young designers for futuristic devices once a year
20 October 2014, 11:24. Topics: Personal Tech
The chip maker is getting factories, patents, employees -- and a $1.3 billion payment from IBM
20 October 2014, 11:01. Topics: Personal Tech
Six partners from Google Ventures EU talk together in public for first time
20 October 2014, 10:41. Topics: Start-Ups
Apple's A8X chip could be used in the next Apple TV, 4K TV, gaming devices or even Macs
17 October 2014, 22:21. Topics: Big Data
Samsung's Chromebook 2 NP900X3E-A02US will ship in the U.S. next week for US$249.99
17 October 2014, 13:03. Topics: Personal Tech
- MasterCard teams up with startup to launch first payment card with fingerprint sensor
- Apple's new iPads and Retina iMac divide opinion
- Apple iPad Air 2 is thinner and speedier than its predecessors
- TfL refers Uber's controversial tax affairs to HMRC
- China's chip investments potentially more good than bad for TSMC
The government has launched its own venture capital unit to support startups in the city and beyond
08 October 2014, 11:08. Topics: Start-Ups
The FA struck a six year partnership deal with EE in February
25 September 2014, 12:24. Topics: Networking
Manchester, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Newcastle and Bristol are on the rise
30 July 2014, 10:25. Topics: Start-Ups
Privacy and form-factor are some of the big questions for this emerging category
28 March 2014, 16:23. Topics: Personal Tech
If you have to close an MNO down, there is a 'right' way to do it
Can't afford Apple's version? Well if you are able and have the parts, why not make your own
How we assembled an inexpensive gaming rig that delivers solid frame rates and is poised for future upgrades.
Now you need to manually change your settings in order to show brands' Pages
If you need to get new hardware, you should ensure that it not only works with Windows 8, but performs optimally with Microsoft's new baby
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