Adam Turner Is Linux on the desktop worth a second look if Chrome gives an old PC a new lease of life?
Google released a version of its Chrome web browser for Macintosh computers in a challenge to Safari software Apple offers users of its machines.
Adam Turner It is possible to free yourself from the restrictions of the big three tech giants.
Adam Turner With so many NAS options it's easy to become paralysed by choice, so where do you draw the line?
Imaging The latest Retina MacBook Pro has minuses but plenty of ticks.
Adam Turner More than a tablet but less than a PC, the Google Chromebook joins the growing line-up of post-PC devices.
Adam Turner Brimming with potential and priced to sell, Acer's stripped-down Chromebook is the perfect travel companion.
Adam Turner Does a stripped-down computer need a budget price tag?
Macman Clubs continue to thrive as forums for sharing the love of Apple products.
Farhad Manjoo We have Apple to thank for the demise of the netbook.
Adam Turner Without the ability to run desktop applications, why would I want Microsoft's Surface RT over an Apple or Android tablet?
Bleeding Edge Another quarter, another assemble-it-yourself PC that outperforms costly pre-mades.
Adam Turner What's the perfect gadget for your travel bag?
Adam Turner The incredibly inexpensive credit-card-size Raspberry Pi harks back to a simpler time, when programmers intimately built gadgets from the ground up.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi is for tinkerers, writes Adam Turner.
CHRIS GARDNER The personal computer is about to get its biggest facelift, with software maker Microsoft about to release a radical new version of its popular operating system called Windows 8.
Imaging The geekprints remain all-too evident on open-source interfaces.
Deborah Netburn The Raspberry Pi, a $US35 computer about the size of a credit card, made headlines last week when all of the 10,000 units available for pre-order were snatched up just minutes after they went on sale.
Adam Turner The tiny Raspberry Pi is brimming with potential.
Adam Turner Have we been trained to simply sit back and consume?