Mac-using students rejoice! Apple are launching their biggest ever offer to students in a "back to school" deal, expected in the next few days.
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I chose these from personal experience, but also from asking many friends from around the world who are involved in technology and study at the same time. Some gadgets come with a recommendation, whereas others don't; things like laptops and cell phones can't be selected for everybody, it'd be ridiculous for me to recommend something which may not apply suitably to you.
I have a slight Jeremy Clarkson perspective when it comes to the environment, especially when global warming is mentioned. I still believe climate change as we know it, is part of a nature-spurred cycle which the Earth goes through every once in a while.
Video walkthrough of Windows 8 for tablets: Already a tough selling point for tepid Gen Y tablet prospectives
A video demonstration of Windows 8 in action. Could this really rival an iPad, and why should I 'go tablet' when I can 'go netbook'?
The upcoming MacBook Air -- Apple's netbook -- could be the most cost effective, efficient laptop for the busy academic lifestyle.
Video: The new MacBook Air may not be great for K-12 kids, but for college students it might just be the ticket to academic success. So why not blow your old one up with dynamite?
Apple has replaced other major laptop manufacturers, including Dell, HP, Toshiba and Sony as the top consumer choice for students.
Fury Friday: I'll be jumping on the soapbox each Friday and letting rip into the things of the week that have annoyed the living daylights out of me. This week: People who impose tech support on technically minded friends.
Some time ago, a Microsoft executive was trying to find a device to equip his son, soon to be heading off to university, without much success. Through toil and trouble, Microsoft have announced today a partnership with Lenovo, a world leader in innovative ideas and computer builder, to create the Ultimate Academic PC.
Apple are rumoured - key word there is "rumoured" - to be building a tablet device which can only be described from reports as a netbook-sized iPhone. After trying to explain this to my friend in the pub last night, who isn't the most technically minded of people but thankfully has good looks on her side, her questioning put things into perspective for me.