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Jack is the Content Manager for Tech.co. He has been writing about a broad variety of technology subjects for over a decade, both in print and online, including laptops and tablets, gaming, and tech scams. As well as years of experience reviewing the latest tech devices, Jack has also conducted investigative research into a number of tech-related issues, including privacy and fraud.

 

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Laptops

Apple MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which Mac is Best?

If you’re in the market for a laptop, chances are you’ll have looked at Apple’s MacBook range with envy. If you’re keen to invest in an Apple laptop, it’s typically a decision that boils down to the MacBook Pro or the MacBook Air – our guide explains which to go for.

News

Verizon Study Identifies Mobile Security Risk to Businesses

A new study from mobile giant Verizon has shown that the phone in your pocket is magnet to hackers and scammers, showing an increase in the number of attacks on mobile devices. We explain why data hacks and security attacks are becoming riskier on mobile devices in the workplace

VPN

TorGuard vs NordVPN

There are plenty of VPNs out there vying for your bucks, and we're here to pitch two of the best against each other – NordVPN and TorGuard. The winner – by a narrow margin – is NordVPN, which manages to marry a bumper crop of features and a tempting price tag.

VPN

NordVPN vs IPVanish

A VPN is an excellent tool for accessing the internet and protecting your privacy at the same time, but of NordVPN and IPVanish which is the best? We found IPVanish has the edge when it comes to features, but is it worth the extra monthly expense? See our full comparison for more

Laptops

Best Cheap Laptops for 2019

Gone are the days when a new laptop meant having to put down some serious cash. While you can certainly pay a lot for a premium laptop these days, the market has recognized that plenty of us want a laptop for everyday tasks, and don't want to spend too much.

News

Huawei Announces Folding Phone and MacBook Alternatives

It's Mobile World Congress season, which means phone announcements a-plenty, and it looks like Huawei has just stolen the limelight, by revealing its own folding phone, the Mate X, plus new MacBook competitors in its super-slim MateBook range of Windows laptops.

Phones

Foldable Phones – What You Need to Know

It's official: the folding phone race is on. With Samsung, one of the biggest mobile manufacturers, putting its money where its mouth is and releasing a flexible phone, the industry looks like it could be in for something of a shake up. We take a look at what to expect

Website Builders

Best Website Builders For Mac

If you're looking to create your own website on your Mac, whether it's a passion project or the online presence for your new business, then good news - it's never been easier. With a wide array of services, you can build a professional looking website in minutes, for minimal cost

News

Samsung Accidentally Reveals New Wearables Line-Up

Whoops. It seems that somebody at Samsung HQ has hit a button early, as the line-up of its latest wearable products has appeared on the front of its dedicated Wear app. The products include a new fitness watch, fitness bands and wireless headphones.

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Tesla Adds Dog Mode – Because Twitter Asked

Tesla has announced that a "dog mode" will be added to its cars as soon as this week. The reason? Someone asked Elon Musk for it on Twitter. The new mode is just the latest in a long line of improvements that Tesla has rolled out across its cars based on Twitter suggestions.

News

Google Shares Online Tips and Tools for Internet Safety

This past Monday was Internet Safety Day, and to celebrate, Google is dedicating the week to producing a series of articles on its blog, aimed at protecting users with advice and tools. We check the advice Google gives for staying safe online and protecting your accounts

News

29 Photo Scam Apps Found on Google Play Store

Security firm Trend Micro has found a cache of malicious apps on the Google Play store, masquerading as harmless photo programs. The apps have been downloaded millions of times, and serve users pop-up adverts or pornographic content, and also collect personal data and photos.