Every month Stereophile magazine offers authoritative reviews, informed recommendations, helpful advice and controversial opinions, all stemming from the revolutionary idea that audio components should be judged on how they reproduce music. Stereophile never loses sight of the fact that its primary responsibility is toward its readers and how they choose to spend their hard-earned money. Whether you enjoy your music on LP, CD, DVD or SACD, Stereophile enables you to get the most from it.
Super Food Ideas offers simple solutions to the never-ending ‘what’s for dinner?’ dilemma. It’s an action magazine that lives in the kitchen, not on a coffee table, and is designed to make shopping and cooking easier. The magazine provides busy individuals and families with easy recipes and meal solutions, using readily available ingredients and simple techniques. Each issue contains hundreds of tempting recipes, nutritional information, helpful cooking tips and fantastic competitions – all for a great-value price.
T3 UK is the world’s number one gadget magazine. Each issue is packed full of the latest tech news and analysis, gadget reviews, intelligent features and a buying guide. Focusing on premium consumer electronics and lifestyle technology, with more than 500 products featured in every issue, including tablets, smartphones, digital cameras, TVs, laptops, portable media players and game consoles.
Written by a team of dedicated tabletop gamers, Tabletop Gaming is a magazine dedicated to this increasingly popular hobby. From family board games like King of Tokyo to in-depth wargames like Kings of War or futuristic skirmish titles such as Infinity, we’re aiming to bring enthusiasts unrivalled coverage, including exclusive interviews, in-depth guides and more!
Tech Advisor from IDG brings you news, reviews, tips, tricks and opinions about the latest and greatest gadgets.
TechLife makes computer technology accessible to people who share an enthusiasm for new technology and what it can do.
While most computer magazines are full of jargon and aimed at experts, TechLife gives practical hardware and software reviews and how-to tutorials, catering for all levels of computer enthusiats.