A survey has found that 76% of people are fearful of smart tech. Are we right to be worried? Read our advice on the risks with smart home technology.
Uber has lost its license in London, which means you may need to start using a different app for your taxis. That's why we've rounded up some great alternatives to Uber.
Amazon has released a range of new Echo speakers - the 2nd generation Echo, which puts music first, the Echo Plus and the surprise Echo Spot.
Good-looking? Undeniably, but is the iPhone X the next step for phones or is Apple treading old ground and putting a new skin on it? Let's find out.
Hive's new smart hub can listen our for sounds and send alerts to you if it deems them important. Is this useful or a gimmick and can other devices do it?
Our in-depth lab tests uncover cars that are a pleasure to drive as well as those, which you absolutely shouldn't buy, our latest round up of reviews has two of the latter.
Are big data contracts a waste of money or do you really need data in the double digits? Our survey reveals how much data people use on average and how much they could save by getting a contract with the right amount of data.
The Amazon Echo and Google Home have plenty of features, but they're no good if they can't understand you. We found out which is best at voice recognition.
The time for 8K TVs is now, at least according to Sharp. Is 4K done and are we going to start seeing a glut of 8K TVs from Samsung, Sony and LG?
The IFA tech show threw up some curious new smart home tech from brands including Nest, Panasonic and Philips. Will any of it become a staple of UK homes?