Do you use artificial intelligence (AI)? It might sound like a high-brow discussion for coders and data scientists, but AI is everywhere. If you use an Amazon Echo, you use AI. If you use Facebook or Netflix, AI is used on you. AI is a catch-all term for several different
Introduction 2017 has been a great year for games. From the multiplayer mayhem of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to a return to form for the Assassin's Creed series with Origins, 2017 has had something to offer both single-player and multiplayer gamers alike. Our official game of the year awards were posted just a
Once in the realm of the tech elite, VPN software has increasingly been used by the tech masses. This trend has most recently been driven by ISPs selling browsing histories in the US – and therefore, in effect, the user’s privacy – to the highest bidder to facilitate targeted
YouTube VR is now available on Steam, marking the first time that it’s been available on a platform other than Google’s own Daydream. It’s a significant move, as previously owners of top-of-the-range VR headsets have been unable to access the ever-increasing repository of VR videos. And for the time being, many
While some people might choose to go through their days while wearing some of the best headphones, a great deal of people prefer to not have their heads weighted down. For those people, choosing the best computer speakers can be just as delicate as picking the best PC. Other
It's like plasma Vs LCD all over again. From nowhere a year ago, Samsung's QLED TVs are suddenly everywhere. But does QLED represent the current peak of TV technology – as many people appear to think – or does it just get more of an advertising push? Is OLED technology
Google is in the doghouse or, at least, in the courthouse. The search giant is facing a class action from a group calling itself Google You Owe US. The legal action is specifically being taken by iPhone users based on the way that Google has dealt with the Apple devices.