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How to avoid identity theft with two-factor authentication

Stay safe online with two-step authentication

by 18/10/2014

Two-step authentication is a security measure designed to help stop theft of personal information from certain websites and email services. We explain how it works and show you how to set it up for the likes of Gmail, Facebook and Twitter. Read more about two-step authentication

Broadband and TV

Save money on your broadband and TV deal

by 10/10/2014

Broadband and TV bundles from pay TV providers, such as Sky and Virgin Media, may be a convenient option - but they're not always the cheapest. We take a look at a cheaper alternative. Read more on how to save money on your broadband and TV deal

Facebook security

How to protect your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn profiles

by 09/10/2014

Stay one step ahead of online fraudsters by restricting the information they can find out about you online. Read on for how to protect your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn profiles

EE TV

EE launches EE TV PVR

by 08/10/2014

EE has announced a new PVR TV box that will soon be available to both new and existing customers, with a 1TB hard drive and multi-screen viewing. Read on for all the key features of EE TV

4K TV

4K TV – the good, the bad and the inconvenient truth

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We've just published our comprehensive reviews of the latest 4K TVs. We're wowed by their picture quality, but there's still a rather big question mark over them. Read on for our latest testing results of 4K ultra HD TVs

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Apple iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite – is ‘Continuity’ worth upgrading for?

by Apple Apps 01/11/2014 What's your opinion?
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A host of new features awaits on Apple's new OS, such as the genuinely useful Handoff and SMS Relay, plus the handy Instant Wi-Fi Spot. Find out more about iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite' features.

Do we need ‘smart’ home phones?

by Phones 31/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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BT has recently launched a new cordless phone, the BT Home SmartPhone S. New home phones usually attract little attention – but this is rather different from the norm. Read on to find out more about the new breed of home phones

HP Sprout – the ‘immersive’ future of home computing?

by Laptops PCs 30/10/2014 What's your opinion?
HP Sprout

It might seem a bit early to be thinking about sprouts, but if you're ready to ditch your keyboard and mouse then HP's 'immersive PC' is worth looking at. Read on for the key features and price of the HP Sprout

TomTom Go 50 sat nav – first look review

by Sat Navs 29/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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Will the TomTom Go 50 sat nav get you from A-to-B in record time? Read on to find out in our first look review

Are wireless multi-room speakers set to become the norm?

by Apps DAB Radios Music streaming Sound bars 28/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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Once upon a time, you'd have had to crank up the volume if you and your hi-fi were in different rooms. That's not exactly an ideal solution - particularly not for your neighbours. We look at the other options available and why multi-room systems from Sonos, Bose, Samsung, LG and Panasonic are set to be king

Avoid a hefty bill by turning off video auto-play in Facebook

by Apps 27/10/2014 1 comment
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Did you know that all those videos shared by your Facebook friends could be costing you money? Read on to find out how to avoid a hefty mobile data bill

ID theft – watch as we tell our volunteers whether they’re at risk

by Privacy 26/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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Watch our the reaction of our ID theft investigation's volunteers as we tell them their 'at risk' rating. Find out just how how easy it is to fall prey to ID theft

Helpdesk Challenge – how to tether your tablet

by Computing Helpdesk 25/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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There's an easy way to connect your wi-fi only tablet or laptop to the internet when on the move. Here's how to do it in a few simple steps. Read on to find out how to tether your tablet to your smartphone

OnePlus One – two weeks with the cut-price smartphone [video]

by Smartphones 24/10/2014 3 comments
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The OnePlus One smartphone packs in all the features of the best phones around, but at a fraction of the price. Read on to find out if the mobile really is all it’s cracked up to be

Cheapest superfast broadband deals

by Broadband 24/10/2014 2 comments
Superfast broadband deals

Superfast broadband packages can be great - but can cost a small fortune every month. Read on as our Which? experts highlight the cheapest deals on the market right now