Charles Wright We should have been the last to become fascinated with something called personal kanban.
J.D. Biersdorfer The trick is setting up your ID with additional email addresses. Here's how to do it.
PETER SVENSSON With the launch of Windows 8, people are about to discover a computing experience unlike anything they've seen before. Here's a guide to getting past some of the hurdles.
Imaging Not everything you film need be shared online with the entire world.
Adam Turner With the digital switch-over looming, it's time to learn how to upgrade your television viewing to the digital age.
Katie Cincotta The unique conditions created by Web 2.0 have prompted the need for an etiquette reboot, writes Katie Cincotta.
Jane Rocca Mastering the skill of capturing sound requires gentle precision, writes Jane Rocca.
Terry Lane You know those scene mode settings on your digital camera? Do you ever use them? The portrait mode is supposed to give better separation between face and background.
Nicole Manktelow I've lost the iTunes icon from the icon bar on my MacBook. How do I get it back?
Adam Turner The untold downside of upgrading to digital television is that a less-than-perfect signal can leave you with no picture at all.
Terry Lane There are photographers around who still think the black and white image is the real deal while the colour picture is eye candy.
Garry Barker Some use technology to save themselves time, effort and perhaps nasty outbreaks of RSI. For them, it is all about shortcuts.
Nicole Manktelow Every time I plug my iPhone into my Macbook, it opens iPhoto as well as iTunes. I don't mind iTunes opening but how do I stop iPhoto?
Nicole Manktelow I have just moved house and want to change my wireless internet for a fast broadband connection. It seems I need to have the phone on to get ADSL.
Garry Barker On almost every cybercorner of the web these days, you are likely to find someone talking about cloud computing.
George Skarbek I suggest that any reader who visits some sites on a regular basis should click on the orange RSS symbol and experiment with RSS.
Nick Galvin It's often the little things that rankle when it comes to dealing with businesses such as mobile phone companies or internet service providers.
Nicole Manktelow Help! My computer is talking to me. I must have pressed some key combination and I can't turn it off. The grating computer “voice” states every move I make.
Garry Barker A little button on the tab-bar of Firefox's latest browser, version 3.5, has kindled a new flame in the hoary debate on whether it is quicker to use keyboard shortcuts rather than a mouse.
Claire McEntee Wi-Fi allows computer users to surf the internet free of wires. It uses radio waves to transmit data and a wireless adapter on a computer translates data into a radio signal and transmits it via an...