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PCR interviews AMD’s gaming scientist Richard Huddy about the future of the PC gaming market, from photorealistic graphics to virtual reality and games with 200 million players…
Tracy Pound, MD of IT firm Maximity, CompTIA member and finalist in the PCR Woman of the Year event, talks about the lack of young women coming into IT from ...
Voting for PCR Woman of the Year has now closed – and the PCR team are now counting almost a thousand votes.
PC gaming vendor MSI has revealed a new gaming notebook which, when placed on its accompanying dock, gets a boost in graphics power.
Sarah Shields, executive director and general manager of Dell UK and finalist in the PCR Woman of the Year event (which takes place in London on October 17th) shares her ...
Tech suppliers are not sure what Apple's plans are regarding the UK distribution for its upcoming Apple Watch smart wearable.
Hackers will increasingly look to the emerging wearables and smartwatch market, especially when the Apple Watch is launched in early 2015, claims Kaspersky Lab.
Notebook distributor Fortune Technology will be offering a custom-built notebook range to attendees at PCR Boot Camp North in November.
The competitive war between Samsung and Apple wages on, with Samsung releasing a series of ads poking fun at Apple’s live streaming issues.
Argos was hit by a further decline in tablet sales during the 13 weeks to August 30th, but strong performances elsewhere saw its electricals category grow.
With more wearable tech devices launching, 25 per cent of consumers plan to own a smartwatch within the next five years, according to marketing firm Acquity Group.
Retailer John Lewis has grown its Electricals and Home Technology (EHT) business by 11.7 per cent following the launch of its own-brand smart TV.