Benny Har-Even is a twenty-year stalwart of technology journalism who is passionate about all areas of the industry, but telecoms and mobile and home entertainment are among his chief interests. Having covered the industry as turned from analogue to digital, Benny has watched and is fascinated by the way technology has shaped the world since the turn of the millennium. He has written for many of the leading tech publications in the UK and previously held the position of technology editor at ITPro before regularly contributing as a freelancer. Benny has also written for the likes of PC Pro, TrustedReviews, Wired, and The Sunday Times.
Known affectionately as a ‘geek’ to his friends, his passion has seen him land opportunities to speak about technology on BBC television broadcasts, as well as a number of speaking engagements at industry events. Over his lengthy career, Benny has amassed a huge breadth of industry knowledge and a deep understanding that allows him to carve out the most interesting insights from a story.
In-depth We sit down with one of Dell’s senior executives to discuss the company’s vision and strategy for storage as it announces some key updates to product lines.
News Intelligent handling and data awareness are the keystones of Dell’s storage strategy, according to a senior executive.
Reviews After our first look at the Tecra A11 at Toshiba’s 2010 press day, in this review we take an in-depth look at this new business notebook.
Reviews Can Toshiba’s 15.6in laptop meet the demands of business users? We review the Toshiba Satellite Pro L500 1D6 to find out.
Reviews As Vodafone gets its paws on the iPhone we take one out on the road to see how it compares with O2.
In-depth Digital cinema, and in particular 3D, is all the rage right now. But does this technology have a place in business? We investigate.
Reviews Lenovo has released its first all-in-one PC. We review the Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z to see if it's any good as a business PC.
News This year we saw new operating systems from Microsoft, Apple, Google and Ubuntu all vying for our attention, a flurry of new browsers and ogled lust-worthy hardware from Apple and Dell.
In-depth In 2009, the iPhone 3GS, Palm Pre, and HTC Magic mingled with the Dell Adamo and Sony Z-series in the best hardware of the year stakes, while we also saw innovation software from Google Wave and Wolfram Alpha and even Microsoft.
Reviews Despite the hype sometimes a netbook just won't hack it. Lucky then, there's a new kid in town - the CULV notebook. It may not sound catchy but if you want portability, power and affordability, then Toshiba has a machine for you. We review the Toshiba Satellite T-130.
News We take TomTom’s iPhone app and car kit for a spin, make Firefox and IE face off, and admire Sony’s new 52in digital signage display.
Reviews We review a compiled version of Google Chrome OS to get a taste of what the new operating system has in store for us.
News Speaking at a panel discussion on digital cinema, Puttnam outlines his thoughts on why the Digital Economy bill is crucial for the UK.
News Lenovo looks to revolutionise the business desktop PC, as it unveils its first ThinkCentre all-in-one machine.
Reviews TomTom's long awaited car-kit for the iPhone has been released. In this review, we take it for spin to see if it's worth the outlay.
News Eee PC brand remains strong as Asus launches its first Nvidia Ion based netbook, boasting 1080p streaming.
News Microsoft lets everyone have a try of Office 2010, and takes the beta wrapping off Bing in the UK. We also look at an HP server with 6-core processors, and the Bold 9700.
In-depth Buying a laptop can be a tricky business. We run down our top 10 favourites to give you a starting point for your purchase.
In-depth Microsoft���s Office 2010 beta is now available for anyone to download and use. We explain what it’s all about.
Reviews Windows 7 turns to face its latest challenger in the form of Ubuntu 9.10, the latest and greatest flavour of Linux to be released.
In-depth Thinking about getting a netbook, but don't know where to start? We take a look at 10 of the most popular netbooks out right now.
Reviews Microsoft has taken its Bing search engine out of beta. The tag-line? ‘Search has evolved’ - Bold claims. We review Bing UK to see how it fares compared to Google.