My pick of the latest news from across the UK IT industry for the week ending Friday 17 August. This week, Intel is releasing its first dedicated consumer graphics card and Google could be working on a smart display.
Samsung have just released their new Galaxy Note 9 phone, along with the new S-Pen. Here's some more information about the release, including some technology we haven't seen in smartphones before.
Following on from my previous article about using Slicers in Excel 2016, there's also another way to filter PivotTables. You can insert a Timeline to easily filter your data by date ranges.
Since 2004 WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) has been at the forefront of wireless security. WPA3 is a new Wi-Fi security standard that looks to address some of the issues with WPA2.
Google has just announced Android 9 Pie, their latest and biggest Operating System update so far. Here are some of the best features that have been announced.
Microsoft has been testing a new app called 'Your Phone'. The app will mirror your phone to your Windows 10 PC.
If you use Outlook, there are a couple of features you can use to help organise and manage your emails.
Surface Pro and Surface Laptop owners can now use USB Type-C power adapters and peripherals with their devices.
From time to time the File Explorer search in Windows 10 may break, the good news is there are a number of ways you can fix this. Here are a couple of fixes you can try.
My pick of the latest news from across the UK IT industry for the week ending Friday 22 June. This week, Google is releasing its continued conversation feature for Google Home and Microsoft is teaming up with Marks & Spencer.
Summer has finally arrived, and the weather looks to be getting warmer for the bank holiday weekend! If we do experience another heat wave, now is a good time to check your IT equipment and prepare for any thunder storms that might follow.
Google have released the Android P Developer Preview. It's currently only available to their Pixel phones, but a consumer preview is likely to be made available at Google I/O in May. Here are some of the new features to expect.
Sometimes you want to create a generic template for colleagues to use but you don't want to include any specific information. Microsoft Word has a quick solution that will fill your document with gobbledygook.