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  • No. 44

    13 issues /  £23.99



    Android Magazine

    Join the revolution with the world's most exciting mobile and tablet technology

    Whether you’re a beginner wanting to get up to speed or an advanced user looking for tips, tricks and hacks Android Magazine is the ultimate guide to cutting-edge mobile and tablet technology
  • December 2014

    1 issue  /  £2.50



    Computer Music

    The complete guide to making music with a computer

    Computer Music's goal is to help its readers create great music with a PC or Mac. Each month find easy-to-follow tutorials for all sorts of music software, unbiased reviews of the latest products and answers to technical questions. Our Zinio edition does not include the DVD but - FROM ISSUE 182 (October 2012) onwards - it DOES INCLUDE the full software, samples and tutorial files to download. Full details inside. Download does not include Producer Masterclass in-studio video. This digital edition is not printable.
  • January 2015

    12 issues /  £38.39



    PC Pro

    The latest computing news, reviews and opinion

    The UK’s biggest selling PC monthly magazine, and your source of professional IT news, reviews and tests. Combining in–depth industry comment and analysis with rigorous product testing.
  • January 2015

    12 issues /  £19.99



    PC Advisor

    Expert advice you can trust

    Every issue of PC Advisor is packed with the latest news, reviews and features plus comprehensive and impartial buying advice as well as easy-to-understand tutorials and workshops to help you to get the most from your PC. Whether you want to buy the best value equipment or make the most out of equipment you already own, PC Advisor delivers expert advice you can trust.
  • January 2015

    12 issues /  £42.00



    Custom PC UK

    The Essential Read for Performance Hardware & Customisation

    To provide the ultimate magazine for PC enthusiasts with a passion for performance hardware and customisation, delivered with wit, style and authority.
  • Vol. 436

    26 issues /  £35.99



    Computeractive

    Your friendly guide to PCs, Gadgets & the Web

    Computeractive is the UK’s best-selling computer magazine and your friendly guide to PCs, gadgets and the web! It includes regular news updates, project ideas, help and advice on popular reader queries, articles on anti-virus software, features on consumer rights, and a whole lot more to help you get the very best out of your computer. Get PC advice in plain English today – get Computeractive!
  • January 2015

    12 issues /  £41.99



    Computer Shopper

    The UK's biggest technology magazine providing you with more in-depth reviews than any other computing title.

    Computer Shopper is the essential monthly magazine that allows you to stay abreast of the latest news and releases in the world of technology. With more reviews, hands-on guides and features than any other tech monthly, you’ll be better informed by reading Computer Shopper.
  • November 2014

    12 issues /  £14.99



    PC Magazine

    Most important technology publication in the world.

    PC Magazine provides lab-tested reviews, detailed how-to guides, tips and tricks, and the latest tech trends to help you at work, home, and on the road.With a subscription you’ll enjoy: product reviews, a brand new Apps section featuring top apps for all your devices, a new Digital Life section providing the best tips and tricks to make the most of the tech in your life and more...
  • December 2014

    13 issues /  £44.99



    Linux Format

    The number 1 source for Linux

    Linux Format is your complete guide to the world of Linux. Whether you've just discovered Linux, or you're a full-time guru, Linux Format has everything you need to make the most of your OS. The editorial formula is a mix of features, reviews and practical tutorials that tackle topics as far ranging as installing software to socket programming and network management. Thought-provoking features and interviews also provide a focus on key technologies, trends and issues in the fast-paced world of Free and Open Source software.
  • Holiday 2014

    13 issues /  £8.24



    Maximum PC

    Maximum PC: Computer News, Reviews, and How-to Projects

    Maximum PC is the magazine that every computer geek, PC gamer, or content creator should read every month. Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, thorough how-to articles, and the illuminating technical news and information that PC power users crave. Maximum PC covers every single topic that requires a lightning-fast PC, from video editing and music creation to PC gaming; we write about it all with unbounded enthusiasm for our collective hobby.
  • No. 146

    13 issues /  £40.00



    Linux User & Developer

    The open source magazine for professionals

    Linux User and Developer is the UK’s only magazine aimed solely at Linux professionals and IT decision makers. Every month, Linux User and Developer provides the best in tutorials, features, hardware reviews, information and inspiration to help GNU/Linux professionals expand their knowledge base and perform more effectively in the workplace. Written by experts in the field, the magazine also features informative interviews with leading figures from the GNU/Linux scene and high-profile companies that have built their businesses using OpenSource software. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.
  • November 2014

    1 issue  /  £5.24



    PCWorld

    Coverage & reviews on hardware, software, electronics & gadgets for PCs.

    Stay on top of today's fast-changing technology with PCWorld magazine. Get buying advice from PCWorld's reviews and lab-based rankings for laptops, PCs, smartphones, digital cameras, printers, HDTVs and more. Set up a home network. Make your PC faster. Choose effective anti-virus software. Every issue of PCWorld is packed with award-winning articles, product rankings, news, reviews, how-tos, tips, bug fixes and much more. Make the most of your PC, consumer electronics and digital technology right now with the trusted and expert advice from PC World!
  • Ultimate guide to Google's Hidden Tools

    1 issue  /  £0.98



    Ultimate guide to Google's Hidden Tools

    HOW TO MAKE GOOGLE DO EVERYTHING BETTER!

    It’s hard to imagine the web without Google. Services such as Google Maps and YouTube are becoming smarter, faster and more useful all the time. This MagBook reveals more than 400 secret tricks to help you get the most from the Google sites and software you use every day. Discover the best Chrome add-ons for speeding up online tasks, find out how to customise Gmail and Google Drive to make them look and behave the way you want. This guide also explains how to regain control of your personal information if you’re worries about your privacy. If you want to become a Google expert, then this is the guide for you.
  • The Web Design Book Vol 3

    1 issue  /  £7.99



    The Web Design Book

    Unlock the potential of web design

    Web Design Tips, Tricks & Fixes is the ultimate handbook for the modern web designer. Jam-packed with advice on honing and expanding your arsenal of web design skills and techniques, this bookazine will help you learn the best ways to harness frameworks, add excitement to pages and improve your coding. Is your content king? Featuring: - Ensure your content engages your audience UX: psychology of great design - The practices and techniques needed to create the perfect user experience New adventures in responsive design - How to create a successful responsive project Supercharge your CSS - Discover how CSS preprocessors can change your life
  • Excel For Beginners 1st Revised Edition

    1 issue  /  £5.99



    Excel For Beginners

    Everything you need to know to get started with Microsoft Excel

    Excel is one of the most powerful and versatile tools in Microsoft's Office suite, combining some serious statistical firepower with a delicate graphical touch that can animate the driest data and help you draw meaningful conclusions from your numbers. Whether you're keeping track of inventory, managing stock portfolios, calculating your profit and loss for the year or simply taming the bills with a budget, Excel has every tool you need. In this guide, we walk you through the basics, showing you the differences between the Mac and Windows interfaces so that you can follow our tutorials no matter what kind of computer you're using, and then start to show you the real potential of Excel. We demystify formulas and teach you how to harness their power. We show you how to put some pizzazz into presentations by throwing up attractive graphs and charts. Finally, we help you explore your data and find out what it's really trying to tell you. Getting Started - Create your first Excel workbook Using Formulas - Let Excel do the hard work for you Formatting Data - Add some creative flair to your spreadsheets Exploring Data - Uncover the secrets of data analysis Visualising Data - Improve your presentations with diagrams and charts Going Further - Discover how to expand Excel's functionality
  • Raspberry Pi Annual Vol 1

    1 issue  /  £5.99



    Raspberry Pi Annual Volume 1

    Everything you need to get the most from Raspberry Pi

    Raspberry Pi Annual is an exciting, educational guide to the world's most popular single board computer, found everywhere from the classroom to the hobbyist’s garage. We show you how to set up, upgrade and accessorise your Pi, write advanced Python programs to make the most of its processing power, and put together complex projects ranging from time-lapse cameras to self-navigating robots and quadcopters. Featuring: Buid smart machines - Create your own innovative gadgets by combining your Pi with household tech Perfect your coding - Learn to speak Python, the world's most popular programming language for Pi Discover cutting-edge tech - Get the inside story on the revolutionary technology emerging around the device Take the next step - From artificial intelligence to flight, make something truly inspiring
  • The Hackers Manual 2015

    1 issue  /  £5.99



    The Hackers Manual 2015

    Take your Linux skills to the next level with 80+ security tricks and hardware hacks.

    Over 80 hacking tutorials to get your teeth into! Networking – dive into the protocols, build a network and analyse your traffic. Sysadmin – harness the power of Docker and learn time-saving terminal tricks. Hacking – get a full Linux OS on your phone and hack your distro for speed. Privacy – give The Man the slip and protect your privacy with our help.
  • Web Design For Beginners 3rd Revised Edition

    1 issue  /  £7.99



    Web Design For Beginners

    Everything you need to know to get started with web design.

    Get started on your very first website with this complete guide to web design. You don't need to be an expert to get to grips with these introductions to HTML and CSS, and can even get going with WordPress and Photoshop, as well as gain knowledge of SEO. Learn how to get people to visit your website, follow your blog, and stay interested as you further develop your website with these tips and tricks. Featuring: HTML - Get to know the basic building blocks of the internet CSS - Translate your HTML coding into a stunning website by adding format, colour and design through CSS Blogging - Discover the latest version of WordPress to start up your own blog SEO and Responsive Design - Find out how to attract visitors and make them stay through SEO and Responsive Design
  • Independent Guide to Ebay 2014

    1 issue  /  £0.98



    Independent Guide to Ebay

    HOW TO MAKE SERIOUS MONEY ON EBAY

    The Independent Guide to eBay 2012. Across the 164 pages of this guide you'll find the secrets of being an eBay pro, and learn how to master the tricks and applications guaranteed to help you earn or save a mint in the world's most lucrative marketplace. With over 130 eBay software tools, websites and services tried, tested and reviewed, along with expert advice on exactly what you need to get started on eBay and, more importantly, how to maximise your sales potential. From help on setting up your PayPal Account and putting together a good listing to explanations on how to set up your own eBay shop - this guide reveals how to use eBay to your advantage and make serious money out of your unwanted items. Additional features include key security advice including details for the most common eBay cons to look out for, advice on keeping you PayPal account secure, as well as advice on how to use the eBay's complaints procedure when things go wrong.
  • Raspberry Pi The Complete Manual Revised Edition

    1 issue  /  £4.99



    Raspberry Pi The Complete Manual

    Independent guides to essential techniques

    Learn about the different models and how to assemble your Raspberry Pi, before discovering the best distros and peripherals for it. Once you've got started with Raspbian, follow the steps to complete the various projects, from turning your Pi into an office suite to streaming music and much more.Featuring: Getting started - Learn to set up your Raspberry Pi and install the latest OSs for it Projects - Take inspiration and learn to create some of your own
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