RAWinfopages covers the latest computers, phones, tablets, gadgets, peripherals, the internet, website building and more. It’s aim is to make technology simple.


RAWinfopages provides help, tips, solutions to problems, how-to guides and features for using computers, peripherals and gadgets, the internet, phones, tablets, Windows, macOS, Android and iOS. There are also reviews of software for Windows PCs and Apple Macs, and apps for smartphones and tablets, and a lot more. The aim is to make technology simple.

Who is behind RAWinfopages?

Roland WaddiloveThis website and nearly all of the articles that are featured here have been created by Roland Waddilove, a technology writer living in the UK. He writes about a wide variety of tech subjects for the web and for print magazines. He started in the 1980s as an editorial assistant on computer magazines and went on to edit Electron User, Atari ST User, PC Today, PC Home and worked on several others. Today he is a freelance writer.

Write for RAWinfopages

RAWinfopages is a great place to post articles on a wide range of tech subjects and writers are welcome. We need great articles! Go to the Write for us! page for more information.

Sponsored posts

To promote a company, product, service or website requires a sponsored post and there are some rules.

  • Posts are labelled ‘Sponsored’
  • Links are nofollow
  • No gambling or adult content
  • A small payment is required for posts

Contact RAWinfopages

Roland Waddilove is the person to contact regarding anything about RAWinfopages – writing, advertising sponsored posts and so on.

Email: roland.waddilove@rawinfopages.co.uk
Other: mail@rawinfopages.com
Twitter: @rwaddilove
LinkedIn: roland-waddilove
Facebook: RAWinfopages


RAWinfopages history

This site is basically RAWinfopages 2.0 and it aims to improve on the original website by providing a consistent design, easier access to articles, https security, membership benefits and more. The original site has 1,000+ articles created over the last 5 years and is a fantastic resource divided into sections:

  • RAW Computing – Windows PC, internet, general computing
  • RAW Apps – iOS and Android phones, tablets, wearables
  • RAW Mac – Apple Mac and macOS

Image credits

Some of the images are from pixabay.com – a great source of free photos and artwork. Some photos are (c) Roland Waddilove and are not to be used elsewhere.