Rory joined Which? in August 2011 and is the deputy technology and cars editor. As someone who has flown with multiple chickens dancing around his feet, tangled with Belarusian bureaucracy and called both the sweaty streets of Hong Kong and windswept tundras of Warsaw home, Rory has long been on the frontline of travel journalism. He has authored and edited guidebooks with Zagat, Moon and National Geographic and contributed to a number of international newspapers and magazines. He also worked as an online digital specialist with About.com.
As the mobile phone breaks out the champagne to celebrate 40 years in business we look back at what the first phones looked like, how they've changed down the years and what Which? had to say when we published our first reviews. Read on for more about the birth of the mobile phone
The weight of the iPad mini, or lack thereof, is being pitched as one of its key selling points. Apple claimed it's as light as a pad of paper. Is that true? We weigh the iPad mini against a pad of paper, other everyday items and its rivals. See our infographic on how much the iPad Mini really weighs
Got a question about the new iPad mini or the 4th generation iPad? On launch day, 2 November, at 4pm, we'll be streaming live video as we open the box on both products and answer your questions live. Join our Q&A
You could win a new iPhone 5 by entering our simple competition. Find out how to enter our competition
Got a question about the new iPhone? We've got our hands on Apple's much hyped iPhone 5 and on Friday, September 21 at 4pm we'll be streaming live video as we open the box and see how it performs. We'll also be on hand to answer your questions about the phone live. Join our Q&A
Not only do we have to watch with envy as the newest tech products hit the shelves in the States weeks or even months before they arrive on our shores but there is a suspicion that our patience is rewarded with higher prices. But do tech products in the UK really cost more than in the US?
We reveal the results of our survey into tech ownership in the UK: have ebooks really killed off the paperback? are we all walking around with three mobile phones in our pocket? Find out in the results of our tech ownership survey
With cloud storage becoming ever more popular it was only a matter of time before Google opened its own virtual filing cabinet. Reports suggest the company will launch Google Drive as early as next week. Read more about Google Drive
Alongside the revolutionary, life-changing product improvements we see patented every year, tech companies also come up with some weird, strange and utterly useless ones. We’ve picked five of our 'favourites'. See our top five pointless tech patents
If you’ve always been tempted to bag yourself an ereader - thus freeing yourself from the world of Metro showbiz stories on your morning commute - this heavily reduced deal for a cheap Kobo wireless ereader is the perfect excuse. Find out more about the Kobo ereader hot deal