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The cheap security cameras inviting hackers into your home

More than 50,000 internet-connected cameras, sold mostly on Amazon, could have critical security flaws putting UK consumers’ privacy at risk.

Printers on test: can a refillable tank printer from Canon or Epson save you money?

Tank printers, with ink tanks you refill with bottles, can cost more than £200 to buy. So can they justify that with long-term savings on printer ink?

Photo printing: how to get the best cheap holiday prints

Don't leave your photos gathering 'digital dust' in your phone - get them printed instead. See the best photo printers, and alternative options for photo printing.

Discover the best cheapest printer ink of 2019

Like more than half of Which? members, chances are you're paying way too much for your printer ink. Switching to cheap compatible ink cartridges could save you more than £70 when you come to restock your printer ink.

Accidentally signed up to Amazon Prime? You’re not alone

Ever bought something on Amazon, selected the best delivery option and later realised that you had subscribed to Prime? You’re not alone.

Budget printers: buy cheap, buy twice?

Cheap printers under £50 may appeal if you're on a tight budget, but picking a bad model can end up costing you over the long term.

Cryptojacking: could your PC be mining Bitcoin?

A new strain of malware hijacks your computer to mine online currency, crippling its performance in the process. Protect yourself with a Best Buy antivirus package.

Beat the fraudsters with a Best Buy shredder

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

Should you pay for antivirus software?

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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