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Rupert Goodwins hails the HTC Desire HD as the Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century for its multifaceted functionality and, above all, unequivocal openness. Do you agree?
ZDNet's Rupert Goodwins says Microsoft's research efforts, while good and interesting, aren't designed to solve Microsoft's core problems.
Thank goodness for small mercies -- Rupert Goodwins has been found alive and well. And he's back to judge The Trial, which this week concerns open-source anti-virus
It's time to open your ears for the latest edition of the Crave podcast. Join Rory Reid, Chris Stevens and ZDNet's Rupert Goodwins for another odd walk through gadget city...
In which Rupert Goodwins rolls up his sleeves and discovers why Ubuntu won't play audio and video files, and finds something else that can
Crave's Rupert Goodwins takes us through the trials and tribulations of backing up Windows, installing Ubuntu and using USB peripherals with Linux
It's the silly season in tech, and there's none sillier than Crave's Rupert Goodwins. But the real world runs him close, especially when it comes up with the Odour Recorder
How much hassle will it take to shake your faith in the Almighty Bill? Crave's Rupert Goodwins was so deeply scarred by his anti-virus experiences he became an Ubuntu Linux atheist
Gently dozing through The Simpsons closing credits on Sky One last Sunday, I heard a snatch of conversation so bizarre it had to have been a hallucination, writes Crave's Rupert Goodwins
The latest Crave podcast takes you from the launch of GameSpot UK to the future of retinal implants. Let Chris Stevens, Rory Reid and Rupert Goodwins fill you full of gadget wisdom…