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Samsung buys Harman International to acquire audio and car-tech brands

Samsung has bought Harman International, which owns several audio companies including AKG, JBL and Harman Kardon, to the tune of $8bn, or £6.3bn.

LG and Huawei treat fitness fans to new wearables

Wearables have landed on the show floor at MWC 2017, with the LG Watch Style, Watch Sport and Huawei Watch 2 all featuring. Find out more here.

Could Hisense slash the cost of a Best Buy TV?

Premium features with pocket-friendly prices is growing Hisense's brand reputation in the UK. Should the likes of Samsung and LG be worried?

LG, Huawei and Nokia to unveil new smartphones at MWC 2017

As we get ready to head off to MWC 2017 in Barcelona, which takes place from 27 February to 2 March, there’s no end to the rumours and ‘leaks’ doing the...

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Five reasons not to trust your fitness tracker

Our rigorous lab tests prove you can’t always rely on your fitness tracker to show accurate distance, heart rate and calorie-burn data so choose carefully.

LG TV costing £2,000 rendered ‘unusable’ after software update

Software updates are meant to improve our products. But in a case we’ve discovered with an LG TV, an update has had exactly the opposite effect. Our expert testing has revealed that an...

The best tablet for battery life (isn’t an iPad)

One of the joys of a tablet is the all-day battery life the best tablets give you. Whether you’re watching Eastenders in the garden shed, browsing eBay on the bus...

Essential tech for working from home

With an increased emphasis on a healthy work-life balance, it’s easy to see why so many people are now exchanging working in an office with working from home either all...

Best tablets 2016 (MWC)

Tablets are set to make waves at MWC once again, as the likes of Huawei and Lenovo announce new lines of ever more powerful and innovative devices. Tablet reviews –...

Samsung TVs – energy efficiency over picture quality

Samsung TVs are being sold to you with a poorer picture so they can use less power, a Which? investigation has found.

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