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Which? Technology news roundup, 11 July 2014

iPhone 6, camera reliability and email security


With the iPhone 6 just three months away from being unveiled, we reveal what we’ll be looking out for from Apple’s upcoming handset. 

Elsewhere, we publish the results of our survey into the most (and least) reliable camera brands, get our hands on LG’s new G Watch and explain how to keep your email account safe and secure.

All this and more on Which? Tech Daily.

How long will your camera last?

These days, cameras have more buttons and dials than ever that can break or become faulty. We asked nearly 7,000 camera owners for feedback on their camera to discover the most, and least, reliable camera brands.

iPhone 6 – what we want from Apple’s upcoming phone

With rumours abounding that the iPhone 6 will be revealed in September, we list the top five things we’re looking for from Apple’s upcoming phone. Find out why we’d rather take expandable storage over a faster processor.

Helpdesk Challenge – how to keep your email secure

Whether emailing friends or conducting business, we all want to keep our email secure. Read on for our five handy tips to keep your email account safe from prying eyes.

New 4K broadcasting standard agreed

We explain why a new agreement means that 4K TV broadcasting has taken an important step forward, and consider the challenges facing the likes of the BBC as Ultra HD TV gets closer.

LG G Watch – first look review

We’ve got our hands on LG’s G Watch this week, one of a handful of new smartwatches to use the Android Wear operating system. Find out what we thought in our first look review.

Buying a tablet stylus – is it worth it?

Using a stylus on a tablet can be helpful for a whole host of reasons – from helping artists perfect their masterpieces, to aiding those with disabilities. Read on to find out why a stylus could be for you.

Plasma TV facing extinction after Samsung exit

The news that Samsung will discontinue its manufacture of plasma TVs leaves the technology on the brink. Our TV expert tells us what the development means for the future of television.

What is Wuaki.tv?

Wuaki TV is yet another online video-streaming service competing with the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video. Find out how it measures up to its internet-streaming rivals.

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