Becky Cunningham

Becky Cunningham Becky joined PC Review in 2003 and subsequently became the News Editor and a content author. As someone who did not come from a tech background, she understands that not everyone has the time or background knowledge to keep completely up to date with the fast-moving world of technology and computing. Consequently she tries to explain tech news in a way that everyone can understand, with the aim of helping more people learn new things.

When not on PC Review, Becky enjoys gaming (mostly RPGs) both on her PC and PlayStation 4, and has a growing interest in Virtual Reality (VR). In her spare time she enjoys making and eating good food, keeping up with space news, and developing her skills as a painter.

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Articles by Becky Cunningham
  1. CES 2019: AMD keynote

    AMD's first keynote at CES delivered big on news
    Jan 11, 2019
  2. CES 2019 round up

    From roll-up TV screens to walking cars
    Jan 8, 2019
  3. UK entertainment market is booming thanks to digital sales and gaming

    The gaming market is now bigger than music and video combined
    Jan 3, 2019
  4. Xbox next-generation console rumours

    Two new consoles are slated to launch in 2020
    Dec 18, 2018
  5. Google+ suffers second data flaw, will be shut down early

    Personal data of up to 52.5 million users was exposed by the security vulnerability
    Dec 11, 2018
  6. NVIDIA announces Titan RTX graphics card

    According to the company, the NVIDIA TITAN RTX is the "world’s most powerful desktop GPU"
    Dec 3, 2018
  7. Google employees speak out against Project Dragonfly

    Widespread concern that Google is putting profit before values by helping China censor the net
    Nov 28, 2018
  8. Young gamblers: Is it as bad as the headline suggest?

    Loot boxes are not blamed for increase in young problem gamblers, despite the headlines
    Nov 21, 2018
  9. New Raspberry Pi out today for just £23

    The third generation single-board computer is now available in the A+ format
    Nov 15, 2018
  10. Concern about plans to microchip workers in UK

    The small chip has a number of uses, but concerns have been raised about privacy
    Nov 13, 2018
  11. Encrypted SSDs are not as secure as we thought

    Researchers were able to bypass passwords and access encrypted data on a number of different drives
    Nov 7, 2018
  12. PlayStation Gold Wireless Headset

    These new and improved headphones pack a punch and are a worthwhile purchase for PS4 gamers
    Oct 31, 2018
  13. Italy fines Apple and Samsung for planned obsolescence

    The companies have been fined the maximum amount under Italy's law
    Oct 24, 2018
  14. Red Dead Redemption 2 latest trailer plus overtime controversy

    The games developer is attempting to bring the discussion back to the game and away from crunch talk
    Oct 18, 2018
  15. Google+ to be shut down following exposure of personal data

    The bug, which was discovered & patched in March 2018, allowed unauthorised access to personal data
    Oct 9, 2018
  16. Chinese spy chips found on popular server motherboards

    The affected servers are used by Amazon, Apple, and even high security government agencies
    Oct 6, 2018
  17. Tim Berners-Lee announces new vision for internet, putting data privacy first

    The new platform could change the web as we know it - for the better
    Sep 30, 2018
  18. PlayStation to allow cross-play in Fortnite

    The move from Sony Interactive Entertainment has been met with celebration from gamers
    Sep 26, 2018
  19. Vidonn F1 bone conduction headphones

    If you're new to bone conduction, these headphones are a great place to start
    Sep 26, 2018