Following on from last weekend's Valentine's gift guide for girls, here are a few ideas for the boys.
At CES this year, Victorinox announced their latest offering - the Victorinix SSD, which is both a Swiss Army Knife and also a 1 TB (you read that correctly, 1 TB) solid state drive (SSD).
It's not just Apple iPhones that can have battery issues when they are first released! Do you have a Nokia Lumia 800 and are you affected by the bug? Let us know...
Many of us will be asking for that one, essential piece of tech to help us with our life at university, be it for class of just for fun. These are my three biggest contenders for Santa's money this Christmas.
It's an exciting time in digital but as a Brit recently returned to these fair shores as well as an independent author, I have been pondering why the uptake of ebooks and e-readers is so behind America and even Australia. Here are my thoughts.
Having worked in the ecommerce industry for over a decade now, I am constantly surprised by the ingenious ways you can save money, from voucher codes offering percentage savings to using price comparison websites to make sure you're going to the best-value stores on the high street.
The average spend on the other half this year will be £61, and almost one in six will be choosing not to buy their partner a present, while another 6% of people will be shopping for a gift that is under £10. This is going to be a very austere Christmas, as the cuts will find us looking to even save the pennies in the Christmas Pudding.
I'm a confirmed bibliophile and most of my discretionary spending goes on books, although these days it's mostly on Kindle ebooks. Yes, I've made the switch and here's why you should consider putting the Kindle on your Christmas list.
In the bad old days of computing, in the 80s and 90s in particular, many, many software programs were written by developers who excelled at IT, were very nerdy, not commercially minded and got the product finished and out of the door. It usually was shipped to the customer with a massive thick doorstep of a manual that made you feel it could solve any stumbling block you threw at it - except it didn't. Ever.
Our relationship with technology is, it seems to me, one that's increasingly governed by the dynamics of leisure and play. We have an incredibly satisfying sense of control when we are plugged into the best digital tools - and, increasingly, a gnawing sense of anxiety when we are unplugged.
At the launch of Windows 8 Microsoft fired off dozens of announcements and showed off countless features of the new OS. Attendees of the build confere...
Ben Goldacre has just launched Nerdydaytrips.com. These knowledge-oriented trips to old stones, new museums and weird buildings from childhood until now have made me the trivia-filled supernerd I am today.