Theo Osborn

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How to use Windows 10

Windows 10 is the newest (and final) release of Microsoft’s operating system, and while it builds on what made the previous versions (especially …

Windows 10

Microsoft lab predicts a working quantum computer within 10 years

The quantum speedup may be closer than we think. According to a new paper lead-authored by researchers at Microsoft's quantum lab, a working quantum device could arrive within the next 10 years. "Recent improvements in control of quantum systems make it seem feasible to finally build a quantum …

Elon Musk dreams of making the car from I, Robot

Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants a future where self-driving cars are the norm - but where manual control can be taken if the driver wishes.<p>According to The …

BlackBerry Priv review

<b>Update:</b> BlackBerry has now released its Android 6 Marshmallow update for the Priv and it comes with a selection of new BB specific features as well …

Tesla's cars can drive themselves starting tomorrow

At a press event today, Tesla announced the release tomorrow of version 7.0 of the Model S software, a big, widely anticipated new build that finally enables the car's self-driving features. Those capabilities were first announced last year and the necessary sensors were added to all Model S cars …

Windows apps will soon run on Android tablets

Your Android device is about to get a whole lot more productive. Codeweavers, the development studio behind CrossOver, will bring its emulator …

How to use Gmail

Gmail is, in many ways, the core service in Google's suite of office tools. It connects directly with Google Calendar and Google Plus.<p>Gmail …

Android 6.0 Marshmallow review

It wasn't always easy to answer the question "What is Android?" in a single sentence that adequately explained everything. Android has always been a …

How to properly secure your Android phone

Google, Apple, and Microsoft have great tools for managing your online security. Some implementations may be technically better than others, but you …

OnePlus 2 Long-Term Review: Exposing The Hyped Flagship Killer

It has been two months since I first picked up OnePlus 2 smartphone. This ‘difficult second album’ from OnePlus has had a rough ride in the press thanks to poor distribution issues, and the shoot from the hip promotions undertaken haven’t always been on the safest ground. I think that’s one of the …

Phones

Want to go to Mars? Well, you can't, but your name can

While a trip to Mars is out of the question for the vast majority of us all, NASA is giving you the chance to at least have your name sent up to the …

The iPhone 6S: How Is It Different?

Apple's latest smartphone is here. Should you buy it?<p>The new Apple iPhone 6S, released in September 2015, follows the company's distinct "Tick-Tock" pattern when it comes to smartphones: refresh the phone’s look one year ("Tick") while improving internal specs, features and adding an "S" to the …

Asus releases G752 laptops with Skylake processors, teases water-cooled GT700 again - PC Games, Reviews, News, Wikis & Cheats

We first saw Asus's insane water-cooled GX700 laptop at IFA this year and it looked insane. The top of the line gaming machine will run an Intel …

Huawei and NTT DOCOMO reach 3.6 Gbps data speeds in first large-scale 5G trials

4G speeds have changed everything for mobile users. LTE is often faster than your average home connection, something that continues to impress most people. The industry sure isn’t stopping there, though. We are moving fast and Japan aims to bring 5G speeds to its citizens soon. What does 5G exactly …

4G LTE

New era beckons for supersonic air travel

Supersonics are back. Around the world, aerospace companies and organisations, including Nasa, are developing the technology that will allow passengers once again to fly at faster than the speed of sound. The first of this new breed of aircraft could be flying early in the 2020s.<p>It was way back in …

Aviation

Elon Musk Backtracks on Earlier Comments, Says 'I Don't Hate Apple'

Elon Musk raised eyebrows yesterday when he called Apple the "Tesla Graveyard" in an interview with German newspaper <i>Handelsblatt</i>, but this afternoon he attempted to smooth things over with a series of tweets clarifying his stance on the company.<p>"Yo, I don't hate Apple," he said before stating "it's …

Tesla

In California, Electric Cars Outpace Plugs, and Sparks Fly

SAN FRANCISCO — Of all the states, California has set the most ambitious targets for cutting emissions in coming decades, and an important pillar of its plan to reach those goals is encouraging the spread of electric vehicles.<p>But the push to make the state greener is creating an unintended side …

Electric Vehicles