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Beat the fraudsters with a Best Buy shredder

Keep your data out of the hands of criminals by securely destroying sensitive documents.

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With fantastic Best Buy free antivirus software available, paid-for packages have to work hard for your cash. See whether they're worth the upgrade.

How thieves can unlock your luggage using 3D-printed copies of TSA master keys

With just a 3D printer a thief can open locks fitted to the majority of suitcases and bags in just seconds. We know this because we did it ourselves.

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Magnetic putty removed from sale over child safety risk

Crazy Geezer's Putty World removed from Amazon over risk that small magnetic parts could be unsafe when swallowed.

Is Windows Defender good enough to protect your PC?

Our latest testing reveals the top-rated paid-for and free packages. Plus, if you're PC is running Windows 10, see if Defender is good enough to use on its own.

The smart home tech to look out for in 2019

Smart doorbells, alarm clocks, fridges and more at the Consumer Electronics Show – but is any of this tech worth taking home?

BT, EE referred customers to computer scammers

A BT customer loses nearly £300 and an EE customer just avoids losing £700 after call centre employees at both companies refer them to scam operators.

Stay safe shopping online with the best password managers

Password managers, such as LastPass, Dashlane and 1Password, pledge to keep you safe from cyber criminals while shopping online.

Canon Zoemini vs HP Sprocket: battle of the portable photo printers

Canon and HP go head-to-head in the market for compact, portable and fun photo printers. But are the HP Sprocket and Canon Zoemini worth your money?

How popular mobile phone apps chip away at your privacy

We tested 29 popular mobile apps, including Amazon, Strava, Ebay and AccuWeather, to see how well they protect your privacy, and found that many use worrying tactics to push you towards sharing more data than you might want to.

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