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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

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.

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

Tablets and iPads

Apple iPad Pro (2018) Review

The 2018 iPad Pro doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it does make small improvements to what was already an excellent tablet. The results are a sleeker design with more power under the hood, culminating in Apple’s best iPad yet – if you can stomach the high asking price.

Laptops

Apple MacBook Air (2018) Review

Apple has breathed new life into the tired MacBook Air, and created its most compelling consumer laptop yet. Read our hands-on Apple MacBook Air 2018 review for more on why we think this is the new best-choice Mac for all but the most-demanding laptop needs.

Laptops

The 2018 Laptop of the Year

2108 has been a great year for tech, and nowhere has that been more apparent than in the laptops space. We take a look at the best laptop models that were released in 2018, including a bargain Chromebook for under $200.

Tablets and iPads

Google Pixel Slate Review

The Google Pixel Slate is a 12.3-inch tablet (for the most part), and the company's logical successor to 2016’s Pixel C. However, it’s something of a different beast to most other tablets. It runs Chrome OS as an operating system, usually reserved for Chromebooks.

Deals

Best Black Friday Laptop Deals 2018

Black Friday is one of the best times to pick up a new laptop, whether it’s for the office or as a recreational tool (or both), you’ll be able to find some excellent bargains. We help you through the world of online sales to find the best laptop for you.

VPN

NordVPN vs ExpressVPN 2019

If you’re concerned about your online privacy, and you should be, then a VPN (Virtual Private Network) is an essential. By masking your activities online, your personal data is free from hackers and snoopers. Read our impressions of two of the best, NordVPN and ExpressVPN.

Tablets and iPads

Best Amazon Fire Tablet to Buy 2019

Amazon's Fire tablets massively undercut the iPad on price, and they're respectable Android tablets to go for. Which Amazon Fire tablet should you go for? The entry-level Fire 7? The Fire HD 8? Or a Kids version? We talk you through the whole Amazon Fire tablet range.

Business Phone Systems

What is VoIP?

A guide to VoIP business telephone systems including how they work and what to look for when upgrading your business. From costs to features and potential troubleshooting, this guide explains everything you need to know about VoIP to get started.

VPN

Hotspot Shield VPN Review

Hotspot Shield is a blisteringly fast VPN service with some great features and attractive price plans. If you’re looking for a VPN that can give you tight online privacy and maintain your broadband speeds, Hotspot Shield is great, though the free version has lots of adverts.

News

Malware Found in Digital Textbooks and Essays for College

Security software company Kaspersky has discovered that thousands of students are unwittingly downloading malware when accessing essays and textbooks online. In the worst cases, the malicious software can take over an entire college network, posing a threat to all students.