Printers Tutorials & How-Tos

Bluetooth tips and help
Posted by Alphr on April 13, 2018

Secret Bluetooth tips: How to print files and share your phone’s web connection without Wi-Fi

Posted by Nicole Kobie on March 23, 2018

Digital doping: Are big data, AI and virtual reality creating an uneven playing field?

Posted by Thomas McMullan on March 19, 2018

This 3D-printed house can go from nothing to occupied in 24 hours

Posted by Evan Gower on March 17, 2018

Our pick of the best Amazon Easter Sale deals

Posted by Gordon Smith on March 7, 2018

Hiring more women could boost the UK economy by £8.5 trillion – but we need more than pay reviews to hit that high

Kodak launches KodakCoin cryptocurrency
Posted by Alex Lee on January 10, 2018

Kodak launching its own KodakCoin cryptocurrency is a sure-fire sign the bubble is on its way to bursting

Posted by Thomas McMullan on December 6, 2017

These 3D-printed Wi-Fi-connected gadgets don’t need batteries to work

Amazon Alexa for Business
Posted by Joe Curtis on December 1, 2017

Alexa for Business brings voice controls to work so you can talk to your office IT

Posted by Alan Martin on November 14, 2017

Hole puncher history: Google salutes the hole punch in its latest Doodle

Posted by Sponsored on October 24, 2017

The white hat brigade

Posted by Sponsored on October 24, 2017

What is hacking?

Posted by Sasha Muller on October 12, 2017

The Technology Excellence Awards 2017: We crown the best brands and pick the top products of the year

Posted by Lee Bell on October 5, 2017

Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact review: Small, powerful and now cheaper

Posted by Jamie on October 3, 2017

Ntoskrnl.exe Causing Crashing? Here’s How To Fix

Posted by Sponsored on October 2, 2017

Hope for the best, plan for the worst

Posted by Alan Martin on September 15, 2017

Explore Earth like Mars with the amazing Turtle Rover

Posted by Jonathan Bray on August 31, 2017

Sony Xperia XZ1 review: 3D-scanning phone is solid but uninspiring

Posted by Victoria Woollaston on August 22, 2017

Getting to Mars could rely on astronauts making tools and food from their own urine

Posted by Ian Evenden on August 14, 2017

Quantum computing comes of age

Posted by Alan Martin on August 8, 2017

Wait, there’s a Microsoft Office World Championship?

Posted by Vaughn Highfield on July 31, 2017

Scientists discover how to make food using just air and electricity in Star Trek-style ‘protein reactors’

Posted by Thomas McMullan on July 14, 2017

This ‘soft’ 3D-printed heart throbs and pumps blood just like the real thing

Posted by Grace Shallow on July 6, 2017

The extra thumb you never knew you needed

Posted by Adam Banks on April 10, 2017

Raspberry Pi telescopes and toy hackers: Maker Faire is an inventor’s dream

Posted by Alan Martin on February 6, 2017

Over 150,000 insecure printers send their owners a friendly warning robot

Posted by Thomas McMullan on January 27, 2017

The TI-Innovator Hub brings calculators into the Raspberry Pi age

Posted by Jane Hoskyn on December 13, 2016

Has your PC been hacked?

Posted by Thomas McMullan on November 28, 2016

Hospital gets first biofabrication unit to 3D print bones and tissue

Posted by Ingrid Fadelli on October 27, 2016

Windows 10 Creators Update is all about creativity and 3D design

Posted by Evan Gower on October 20, 2016

The very best John Lewis deals in 2017: The best Black Friday tech deals

Posted by Ellis Moldrich on September 8, 2016

Mercedes takes on Amazon Prime Air with this drone mothership

Moving between Tablet and Laptop mode is really easy
Posted by David Ludlow on August 25, 2016

Using the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S as my only computer

Posted by James O Malley on August 24, 2016

How many new Twitter followers is a gold medal worth?

Posted by Sponsored on August 3, 2016

11 steps that will convince your company to buy you a premium laptop

Posted by Sasha Muller on July 21, 2016

XYZprinting wants to feed you 3D-printed cookies

Posted by Alan Martin on July 14, 2016

A 20-year-old Windows security weak spot has just been patched

Posted by Sasha Muller on July 5, 2016

HP’s history of innovation: The ten products that changed everything

Posted by Thomas McMullan on May 23, 2016

How British Airways is using the iPad to modernise air travel

HP 3D printer
Posted by Jonathan Bray on May 18, 2016

HP’s first 3D printer is the inkjet of 3D printing

Posted by Vaughn Highfield on April 6, 2016

The eGames is how the UK is kick-starting the future of competitive gaming

Posted by Alan Martin on April 6, 2016

3D-printed designs could be stolen from noisy blabbermouth printers

Posted by Sponsored on March 14, 2016

Capture objects in all three dimensions with the HP Sprout Pro (BETT 2016 highlights)

Posted by Jonathan Bray on March 11, 2016

Sky Q Hub review: Finally, Sky makes a router that doesn’t suck

Posted by Vaughn Highfield on March 4, 2016

The 10 3D printers that make 3D printing cool

Posted by Alison Warner on January 29, 2016

The five women set to shake up tech

Posted by Tim Danton on January 29, 2016

How HP tests ink cartridges (sponsored)

Posted by Tim Danton on January 29, 2016

How inkjet cartridges are made (sponsored)

Asus RT-AC3200
Posted by Alphr on January 26, 2016

Asus RT-AC3200 review: It’s fast, very fast

Netgear Nighthawk X4S with award
Posted by Alphr on January 26, 2016

Netgear Nighthawk X4S review: A beast of a router, and the best around

Posted by Alan Martin on January 22, 2016

Titanosaur: The technology behind paleontology