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Which? Technology news roundup, 4 July 2014

In this week's Which? Tech news we reveal how long your TV will last for on average, explain how to install Linux and provide a guide to internet radio.

One in six people suffer mobile phone bill shock

A Which? survey has found that one in six people who have used their mobile on holiday abroad in the last year have been shocked by a high mobile phone bill.

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Which? Technology news roundup, 27 June 2014

In this week's Which? Tech news we take a look at a new Google interface for smartwatches, unveil our mobile coverage checker and help you block nuisance calls.

Shared phone networks would boost coverage

New data has proved that phone users would get far better coverage if the UK’s phone providers shared their networks.

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World Cup 2014: new Best Buy TVs found

World Cup 2014 is upon us and we've reviewed 16 new TVs. Find out how models from Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic have fared in our lab.

How to stream TV without an internet TV device

Streaming the latest TV shows and movies from on-demand and catch-up TV services, such as Netflix and BBC iPlayer, is great for viewers who want to watch their favourite show...

Which? Technology news roundup, 30 May 2014

In this week's Which? Tech news we show you how to fix a frozen Hudl, go hands on with the LG G3 and explain what tech you'll need to see every World Cup game.

When smart TV app support vanishes, what next?

You might spend hundreds or even thousands of pounds on a smart TV, but what happens if the smart TV apps you watch, like iPlayer and Netflix suddenly disappear?

Which? Technology news roundup, 23 May 2014

In this week's Which? Tech news we assess the Surface Pro 3 and a John Lewis TV, out a Don't Buy tablet and explain how best to complain about poor broadband.

Which? Technology news roundup, 16 May 2014

All the major Which? Tech news as we look at the £89 Moto E smartphone, examine the gadgets on he Mercedes S-class and see if mobile power saving modes work.

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