Jack is the Content Manager for 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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PureVPN vs NordVPN 2019

PureVPN and NordVPN are two of the best VPNs available. We compare them side by side to see which offers the best protection, as well as the best value.


Samsung to Cancel Galaxy Fold Pre-Orders

The release of Samsung's revolutionary folding phone has been a rocky one, and the latest chapter sees the company automatically cancelling customer orders, if it unable to hit its release deadline of May 31st. Those who want to keep their order must let the company know.


Are VPNs Safe?

Using a VPN doesn't make you invincible online, but pick a good one, and your data and privacy will remain secure. We explain how to go about using a VPN in a secure, data-safe fashion, plus reveal the safest VPN services to use.


Samsung View 2: New 17-inch Mega-Tablet Unveiled

While it may be the Samsung Fold that's grabbing the headlines at the moment, the company has just released a brand new tablet, the View 2. Unlike the Fold, you can forget about slipping this into your pocket. This 17-inch tablet is anything but portable. So, should you buy one?


Chromebook vs Tablet – Which Should You Buy?

Whether you’re streaming Netflix, doing college coursework, or just looking for a device to use outside the office, a tablet or Chromebook could be perfect. Here, we take a look at the benefits of both devices so you can see which one is right for you.


Facebook Sets Aside $3bn for FTC Privacy Fine

Facebook has released its latest financial report, which shows a healthy $15bn profit, as well as the allocation of $3bn to deal with its upcoming fine from the FTC. Despite this, Facebook has hinted that it expects the fine could run up to as much as $5bn.


FAA Approves Google Drone Deliveries

The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has given Google the greenlight to trial consumer drone deliveries, making it the first company in the US to be allowed to do so. Its drone divison, Wing, will make orders to customers in Virginia, delivering small items such as food and drink


Elon Musk’s Plan for 1 Million Robo Tesla Taxis

Always fancied a Tesla but can't quite get the money together to by one? Then good news. Founder Elon Musk is looking to implement a Tesla taxi service by 2020, meaning that you'll be able to ride in one for the price of cab fare. Even better, Tesla owners can make some cash, too


Why Is My Computer So Slow?

Is your PC grinding to a halt? We look at some ways to get your computer back to full health, from simple solutions to more in-depth fixes. We explain various solutions for a sluggish PC or lazy laptop that you can try for yourself to get a speed boost.


ExpressVPN Announces New Features for Apps

Today, ExpressVPN announced that it had updated its popular Android, iOS and Windows VPN apps with a selection of new features designed to make protecting your privacy and hiding your identity online even easier. These include split tunneling and easier location selection.

Business Phone Systems

VoIP vs Landline Phones

A clear business communication system is essential for success. But which is better for it: VoIP vs Landline? Analog vs Digital? New vs Old? Find out the differences to see which telephone system is right for your company, VoIP or landline, and how much you'll have to pay for it.


Google Disbands AI Committee Before First Meeting

Last week, Google announced that it had formed an AI Ethics committee to assist with the direction of its intelligent technology. This week came an update that few expected – the panel has already been dissolved. The move comes after public criticism of its member selection.


Game of Thrones Tops Torrent Virus Threats

Bad news for Game of Thrones fans. According to Kaspersky, it's not just the characters that are in mortal danger, but your computer could be, too, if you choose to illegally download episodes of the show from a torrent site.