The INQUIRER end-of-life Archive
IT IS WITH A HEAVY HEART we must announce that The INQUIRER has reached end-of-life.
Incisive Media, publisher of the Inquirer knows it was much loved, and by ending the publication of the site much of the content will now be lost. However we have looked back through the archive and found some of the most popular articles and included them on this content hub on Computing.co.uk
Many thanks to all of The Inquirer's readers, writers/contributors and advertisers for supporting the site over the years and hope you enjoy looking back through this selected archive.
Yes. Yes you can
Not quite the mid-range hero we wanted, but a contender for sure
The Switch that doesn't switch
We tested both next-gen networks at six locations across central London
Russian FAS rules that firm colluded with resellers to fix prices
Terrible designs, zero cool factor and more
Not all Twitter bots have bad intentions
Cupertino remains king of the wearables market
CPUs could have Intel's top-end desktop processors on the ropes
Twenty-five alleged victims - many of them previously unknown - listed on Maze's website
But he's not an ex-programmer. He has not ceased to be.
And why all the machine learning happens inside your home network
Was that the sound of tightening sphincters?
It's the week in Google....
108MP lens gets spied in the flesh
Send them now to CES
AMD's slated 'Nvidia killer' could be sent packing
Get the rundown on the Galaxy S4 hardware specifications
INQ reader's amazing snaps
Perfect human replicas but not so much as a Nokia 3310 to be seen
The stable genius' highlights of 2018
A great fitness watch disgused as an above average smartwatch
Standard Innovation will pay penetrated punters a cool 10 grand a dong
A great mid-ranger let down by a sub-par screen and middling battery
'On that day, when the snow turned to rain, do you remember seeing a black car?'
Screen if you want to go faster
10-core Core i9-10900K will lead the pack
We pit the two best camera-wielding smartphones head to head
The best and most-boring ultraportable around