The words “Championship” and “Manager”, placed adjacently, have long been enough to induce both wistfulness and fear in my mind. I was a teenage Championship Manager addict, see, and entirely blame my slightly disappointing A-Level results on my former habit.
RFID technology allows you to tag your cat so that no other dastardly moggies can get in and nick Snowball’s Whiskas.
Have you entered our "My Video Life" competition yet?
Like it or not, these days mobile phones can be seen as so much more than just communication devices. And like all things, there’s a lot of choice out there. How do you decide what kind of phone to go for? Design? Ease of use? Or is price the most important factor?
Playing games on a large screen may not be an essential part of everyone’s home cinema experience, but there’s no doubt that the experience of playing high definition, or even standard definition, games on the big screen can be incredibly immersive.
This feature article looks at the equipment you’ll need to start gaming on your high definition TV or projector.
In the third of this six part series on creating the ultimate high definition home cinema system, we look at high definition disc players
When it comes to watching high definition content, particularly movies, there’s a paradox.
Theoretically, the easiest and cheapest method is to invest in a high definition disc player (HD DVD, Blu-ray, or HD VMD) and buy high definition discs.
While it’s fair to say that most people investing in a high definition display will still buy a high definition TV, it’s an increasingly cost-effective option to consider a home cinema projector.
Our friends over at HDTV UK are doing a series to help you create the Ultimate High Definition Home Cinema Experience (er, in case the title of this post didn't give that away). The first part looks at the best way to start your HD experience – buying your first HDTV.
Susi, Alex, Chris, Ashley and Kat have all stormed Berlin, Germany, en masse for three days full of convention centre-trudging, otherwise known as IFA.