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Which? Technology news roundup, 2 August 2013

Fading photo ink, supermarket phone rates and more


In technology news this week we find out which is the best ink for printing photos at home, compare supermarket mobile phone tariffs, rate Google Chromecast vs Sky Now TV and give you our 60-second guide to what is 4K TV.

We also take a look at the HP SlateBook x2 – an Android tablet-laptop hybrid – budget 4G Windows Phone the Nokia Lumia 625, the Pure Jongo S3 budget-friendly wireless speakers and an ‘almost affordable’ 4K TV, the Samsung F9000.

All this and more in Which? Tech Daily.

Fading photos – which printer ink last longest?

Do you print photos at home to go on the wall? We tested ink from top brands such as Canon, HP and Epson, along with cheaper rivals, and found out which printer ink lasts best in sunlight.

Our roundup lets you see the results – some inks barely fade while others won’t last.

Supermarket mobile phone networks compared

Sainsbury’s has joined the other supermarkets in launching its own mobile phone network, Mobile by Sainsbury’s. But which supermarket mobile phone tariff and phone deals are cheapest?

To find out visit our interactive guide that compares the Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s tariffs and phone prices.

Google Chromecast vs Sky Now TV box – which is best?

Both Google and Sky have entered the Smart TV market with affordable products – but which TV gadget is best for you?

See our comparison of the two devices that let you catchup on TV, films and more.

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