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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The Best Laptops for School 2019

A laptop can be a fantastic educational tool for school students, teaching valuable IT skills as well as offering being a great way to research information. We take a look at the features to consider, which laptops to pick up, and how to save money on a school laptop in 2019.


Top 3 Best VPNs for Netflix in 2019

Netflix has an impressively large library, but the choices you’ll see in the U.S. are different to what you’ll see elsewhere. With a Virtual Private Network (VPN), you can unlock even more movies, TV shows and documentaries with a click. Here are the best VPNs for Netflix.


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.


Which MacBook Should I Buy?

Despite there only being three model lines in the MacBook range, picking the right model for your needs isn't always obvious. Do you go for power? Portability? Or both? We look at the Apple MacBook lineup and help you pick out the best Mac for your needs and your budget.


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.


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


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.


The Best Laptops for 2019

If you're looking to buy a laptop, then you might have noticed that there's a dizzying range of choice and a large number of manufacturers. We've picked out six of the best laptops for 2019 – we're confident these brilliant laptops won't let you down.


Huawei Might Start Making TVs, But Would You Trust One?

According to industry insiders, Huawei is looking to get into your living room, with a range of TVs coming this year. In a first for the tech company, it may release premium smart TVs as soon as this April. But international security concerns around the brand are still mounting.