The CNET UK podcast is live (sort of) from Barcelona, where we bring you the best, the worst and the weirdest phones, tablets and gadgets from Mobile World Congress 2014.
From the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the Nokia X, check out the best, worst and weirdest from Mobile World Congress 2014.
That's literally half the price of a new one. Could this "experimental" laptop be right for you?
New figures from Ofcom show Orange and T-Mobile -- both owned by EE -- generated more complaints than rivals.
We check out the best games from E3, compare the new iPhone to the old one, and worry our LinkedIn has leaked out.
A slideshow of scenes from the unofficial first day of E3 2010, including the Xbox and EA press briefings.
Scientists have invented a way of turning back time, so we've done the same with a look at the best and worst bits of the year so far -- and travelled forward to see what we're looking forward to.
Usually the systems I see in this price range have crummy Celeron processors. This one's above-average, spec-wise.
Amazingly, this is not a refurbished unit, though the labor warranty does expire after just 90 days. Still, at this price, that's a pretty reasonable compromise.
If you don't mind (or indeed would prefer) Windows XP, this refurbished Netbook offers solid specs and free shipping.