Welcome to the new-look vnunet.com. We’ve made some tweaks to the site that hopefully make it more user-friendly and also better reflect our broad range of content, including product reviews, video, analysis and opinion, as well as all the latest technology news as it happens.
We’ve added a scrolling spotlight feature at the top left of the page, which lets us highlight our picks of the day for readers. We’ve also given more focus to video on the site, with an updated video carousel and a new ‘Most watched’ button at the top right of the page, which lets you see which videos have been most popular with other vnunet.com readers.
To make the site easier to move around, we’ve added new buttons onto the navigation bar at the top of the site. These include an ‘In-depth’ tab, with links to vnunet.com analysis, comment, polls, features and special reports. We’ve also created a new ‘Top 10s’ page, and a new ‘In Pictures’ page, so look out for photo galleries of all the latest technology releases and shows.
We’ve also introduced four new vnunet.com newsletters, allowing you to receive all the latest updates on your choice of topics directly in your email inbox.
Product Reviews Fortnightly, including first looks, reviews and hands-on tests of the latest software and hardware every fortnight.
Innovation News Fortnightly, examining future trends and technologies, plus the latest from the world of science.
Weekly PCs & Laptops News, keeping you up to date with all the latest news and analysis about PCs and laptops, plus product reviews.
Weekly Operating Systems & Virtualisation News, bringing you all the latest operating systems and virtualisation news and analysis.
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Please let us know what you think of the new-look site, and anything you particularly like or don’t like about the changes we’ve made, as we’re really keen to hear feedback from our readers. You can contact us with your thoughts via the ‘Do you agree’ link underneath this article.
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