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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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OnePlus One – two weeks with the cut-price smartphone

by Smartphones 24/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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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 What's your opinion?
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

The true scale of ID theft

by Privacy 23/10/2014 What's your opinion?
ID theft

A new Which? investigation has revealed millions of social media users may be vulnerable to identity theft. We explain the scale of the problem. Read on for our five ID theft graphics

The beginner’s guide to protecting your tablet’s data

by Tablets 22/10/2014 What's your opinion?
Tablet security

When you’re having fun with a new tablet security is probably the last thing on your mind, but it’s also extremely important. Tablets are highly desirable and very portable - exactly why they're a tempting target for thieves. Read on for our beginner's guide to protecting your tablet's data

Five camera apps for your smartphone

by Phones 21/10/2014 What's your opinion?
mobile photos

Camera apps for your smartphone can help to enhance and improve your mobile photos in a variety of ways. Read on for a closer look at five of the best camera apps around

iPad mini 3 vs Tesco Hudl2 – which offers the most value?

by Tablets 20/10/2014 What's your opinion?
iPad mini 3 vs Tesco Hudl 2

With the Hudl2 and iPad mini 3 competing for your hard-earned cash this Christmas, we pit one against the other to see which offers more value. Read on for our iPad mini 3 vs Hudl2 comparison

Software updates – what can go wrong?

by TVs 19/10/2014 What's your opinion?
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Software updates can bring fantastic new features to our products, but things don't always go to plan, as we've seen recently with a Samsung smart TV. We reveal the truth behind software updates

Stay safe online with two-step authentication

by Computing Helpdesk Privacy 18/10/2014 1 comment
How to avoid identity theft with two-factor authentication

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

How to avoid identity theft – our privacy dos and don’ts

by Privacy 17/10/2014 1 comment
Identity Theft

We explain how to protect your old posts on social media, remove yourself from the electoral roll and more. Read more on how to avoid identity theft

iMac with Retina 5K display – first look preview, release date and price

by Apple Laptops 16/10/2014 What's your opinion?
iMac with Retina display

Apple has announced a brand new iMac all-in-one, with a 5K Retina screen and Mac OS X Yosemite out of the box. Read on for the new iMac's key features, price and release date