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5 iTunes tips you should try right now (Windows)

One could argue that we're living in a post-iTunes world, one in which your iPhone or iPad doesn't need a desktop client for data backup, music syncing, app installation and all that.<p>One could also argue that for anyone living in Apple's ecosystem, iTunes remains an essential component -- …

Picture perfect: how to take better photos with your phone

Smartphone camera tech is as impressive as it's ever been. Today, a mobile phone can be a more than adequate replacement for a mid-range digital …

OS X 10.10: what to expect

With OS X Mavericks, Apple showed it still had tricks up its sleeve regarding desktop operating systems.<p>Long-time apps like Finder got welcome …

OS X

Boardman Road Team Carbon LTD - just in

This time last month, <i>BikeRadar</i> reported on a sub £1,000 Boardman road bike being in the pipeline. We've since got our hands on the £999 Road Team …

New Pinarello Bolide time trial bike launched at Giro

Pinarello will unveil a new time trial bike at the Giro d’Italia: the Bolide which, the Italian manufacturer claims, has a 15 percent drag reduction …

Pinarello reveal new Bolide time trial bike

Cycling

Two-time Giro d'Italia champion Ivan Basso out of this year's race

Cyst on buttock 'the size of a lemon' means Italian misses out on chance to challenge for third maglia rosa...

Giro d'Italia

Best processors 2018: top CPUs for your PC

Last year, when AMD’s Ryzen and Intel’s Coffee Lake burst out onto the scene, the long-standing rivalry between the two manufacturers blew up. And, …

Computer Hardware

Pebble review

By T3 Online<p>Image 1 of 7<p>Image 2 of 7<p>Image 3 of 7<p>Image 4 of 7<p>Image 5 of 7<p>Image 6 of 7<p>Image 7 of 7<p>The Pebble is the smallest, lightest and smartest …

The untold story behind Apple's $13,000 operating system

"The difference between cassette and disk systems was the difference between hobbyist devices and a computer. You couldn't have expected, say, VisiCalc, to run on a cassette system." <br />--Lee Felsenstein, the creator of the Osborne I

James Martin