Matt Egan

Editorial Director

Matt Egan is global editorial director of IDG's enterprise sites. He has worked for the UK's leading technology media company since 2003. A passionate technology fan who writes on subjects as diverse as smartphones, internet security, social media and Windows, in his spare time Matt enjoys playing football (badly) and singing in a band (also badly).

Techworld Daily Bytes - 9 September 2015 - UK politicians: rubbish at tech - iPhone! - WhatsApp flaw

Why UK politicians are clueless about tech While the impact of technology on UK society is growing by the day, we're still lumbered with MPs who don't really understand tech - or listen to those who...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 8 September 2015 - Selfie with the Queen - Football goes digital - Marshmallow confirmed

A selfie with the Queen Celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's reign with augmented reality and a selfie. Seriously, do it. Football goes digital Seven...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 7 September 2015 - Weird patents - Drone school - Twitter's brain drain

They patented what? 10 surprising inventions patented by Google, Facebook and Apple. Gonna take you to drone school British Airways pilots launch...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 4 September 2015 - Google eats London - Why you need a Windows Phone - Spotify says sorry

Google eats London Google basically owns the world, now. Here's Google's unfolding London property empire in pictures. Dodgy TLDs The 10 riskiest...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 3 September 2015 - Match.com gets hacked.com - Starting up students - Securing London

Match.com gets hacked.com Millions of online daters targeted by possible malware attack on Match.com. Starting up students Index Ventures, one of the...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 2 September 2015 - Sony Xperia Z5 - Google's mystery tower - Faster mobile networks

Here comes the Sony Xperia Z5 Sony has launched quite possibly the best phone of 2015 - the Xperia Z5. Google's mysterious tower near Hogwarts...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 28 August 2015 - a new Sony phone - Microsoft the cheap option - Flash freezes over

Flash freeze Google will stop some Flash content from automatically playing starting September 1, a move it decided on earlier this year to improve browser...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 27 August 2015 - the Windows 10 Update grind - Amazon Fire Phone fail - the hidden cost of cloud

An update to help you understand Windows 10 updates Windows 10 has begun its journey from OS to cloud service. But the paths to this future can look confusing. Windows 10 enterprise updating...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 26 August 2015 - Google's gaming future is a virtual reality - Uber goes driverless - Get Windows 10 right now

Google gets into VR gaming Google Ventures has turned its attention to Stockholm, and is backing Resolution Games. The virtual reality gaming studio, cofounded by former King employee Tommy Palm,...

Techworld Daily Bytes - 25 August 2015 - how your tech stocks are doing, and why the Ashley Madison hack isn't all good clean fun

Find out how much you lost when China's markets crashed How China's stock-market crash is affecting the stocks of tech giants Facebook, Apple, Twitter, Google, Microsoft and more. Are you quids in or...

Top 12 Google Docs tips: fix Google Docs annoyances - how your business can get more from Google Docs

Get more from Google Docs. Google Docs tips, Google Docs user guide. Here are our top 12 Google Docs tips. How to get more from Google Docs to make it work for your business.

How to plug in a laptop to a TV via HDMI

Here's you how to use an HDMI cable to connect your Windows laptop to an HDTV so you can watch anything you can view on your laptop on your big HD screen. We'll also show you how to control your HD TV from your PC.

Camtasia Studio 8

Camtasia Studio 8 is able to create powerful, professional and interactive videos and multimedia projects that can be used for education, training, marketing and sales. The number of file formats supported for both import and export...

Tips for building Windows 8 apps

Microsoft today outlined how easy it is for anyone to develop apps for Windows 8. Here's how to be a Windows 8 developer.

Archos 7od eReader

Value is an interesting concept in technology: you can buy Android ICS tablets for half the price of Apple's iPad, but we've yet to see one that we would consider a bargain. And here comes the Archos 7od eReader, an ebook reading...

Sandy Bridge mistake shows how important Intel is

It won't have escaped your notice that Intel's Sandy Bridge processor microarchitecture has made an impact. A glance at our PCs reviews will soon show that the performance of Sandy Bridge PCs is head and shoulders above the...

Intel Sandy Bridge recall: What you need to know

Intel has today stopped shipments of the Series 6 chipsets used with its much vaunted Sandy Bridge processors. The reason: a problem with the SATA controller that could over a period of time cause problems with SATA-linked...

IBM and ARM extend relationship to build 14nm chips

IBM and ARM today announced that they are to continue working together in order to jointly produce 14nm (nanometre) processors.According to a statement, the two companies will extend their existing working relationship to produce...

Sapphire builds Intel 'Sandy Bridge', USB 3.0 motherboards

AMD and ATI GPU stalwart Sapphire has announced it is building a range of Intel motherboards. The Intel products are all being made by Sapphire in Taiwain, and will be available direct from the company.Sapphire showed PC Advisor at...

Can Google Chrome OS save the netbook?

It feels like a generation ago that the Asus Eee PC 701 revolutionised portable computing. In fact, Asus revealed its 7in-screen Linux laptop in June 2007, making the netbook two years younger than the still fresh-feeling PlayStation...

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