As Andrew embarks on a life of slow travel, he looks at his various device choices and realises that he doesn't need anywhere near as much stuff as he thought he did.
The one where we spend close to three months driving around Australia and New Zealand and find the perfect mix of road-trip apps and gadgets along the way.
We review the Sabine, a molded aluminum plate that attaches to your iPad for passive sound amplification.
The iPhone 5 was the first mainstream phone to use the nano SIM size. Simon attempts to track one of them down in Mexico and finds it ... surprisingly easy.
Offline Google Translate, cute emergency phone charger and an espresso machine for traveling coffee lovers.
Welcome back to our vaguely-regular roundup of the best apps we've found for iOS over the last month.
This week we interview Theodora and her son, Zac, about the tech in their unconventional life.
We round up the best travel tech April Fools' gags for 2013 ... while kinda wishing they were real.
Apple's global warranty is often held up as a shining example of all that is good. Unfortunately, for travellers in much of the world, this isn't always the case.
Want to keep your Mac running while you travel? Simon dives deep into the disk to show you how.
Smartphone video with no shakes, e-readers while flying and amazing new charging tech.
One of the hardest parts of learning a new language can be getting the chance to use it regularly. We've found a tool - the Language Immersion add-on for Chrome - that tries to help.