Want the power of a desktop, but with the portability of a tablet? Spode and Bethan show you how to use My Desktop, included with every ASUS Transformer, to remote control your PC automagically. Especially useful if you’ve been struck … Continue reading →
Passwords are essential for online services, but you need to keep them secure otherwise once people get into one account they could get into all your other accounts. Spode and Bethan look at how you can keep your passwords safe … Continue reading →
Cookies let websites remember who you are, but they can be used for both good and bad. In light of the new EU rules on cookies, Spode and Bethan look at what they are, how they work and what they … Continue reading →
The ASUS TAICHI doesn’t just have a 1080p display inside, it also has another touch screen display on the outside of the lid, so you can use it as a laptop, tablet or mirror the screen. Spode and Bethan discuss … Continue reading →
There are two common types of 3D display currently available – passive and active. They both have their pros and cons. Spode and Bethan take us through how they work and what the differences are.
Windows 8, the next version of Microsoft’s OS due later this year, will run on ARM chips – seen in tablets – as well as normal processors. Spode and Bethan look at what this means for the future of Windows.
This is the Nexus 7 by ASUS, the world’s first quad-core seven inch tablet running the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean release of Google’s mobile operating system. Despite its cutting edge hardware, it still has an affordable price tag. It’s … Continue reading →
Following on from the news that Channel 4 News technology reporter Benjamin Cohen was mugged for his smartphone in broad daylight, we’ve had questions about how best to protect your gadgets. Bethan and Spode look at the best ways to … Continue reading →
If you’ve followed the advice Spode and Bethan gave in the last episode and you’re still having problems with your Wi-Fi then moving to the 5GHz band could help. Here’s everything you need to know.
If you’re finding your Wi-Fi connection at home slow or unreliable, it could be because of interference from other networks nearby. Spode and Bethan take you through the problem and how to solve it.
The latest ASUS motherboards feature USB 3.0 Turbo mode and UASP (USB Attached SCSI Protocol) to help speed things up. Spode explains everything you need to know about USB 3.0 Boost and how to get most from it.
Google’s Project Glass projects a computer interface in front of your eyes using a special pair of glasses. Bethan and Spode discuss what this means and whether it’s the kind of tech they’d like to use.