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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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Battle of the budget printers: Epson, HP and Canon models for under £50

We've tested new Epson budget printers, but our research shows you'll tread a minefield of quality when shopping for a cheap, sub-£50 inkjet printer.

HP issues security fix for printer hacking flaw

Many popular HP inkjet printers understood to be vulnerable to the attack. HP urges owners to update the printer software to ensure they're not at risk.

Internet router ‘hack’ scam targets UK homes

Scammers posing as BT, TalkTalk or Sky claim your router has been compromised and then try to extort money or steal personal data.

New Best Buy laser printers revealed in Which? lab tests

We've tested a range of laser printers this month, including from HP and Brother. Find out if any in this latest batch could be perfect for you.

Which? uncovers the best cheap printer ink

Our survey reveals the best alternative printer ink brands that will save you money compared with buying ink from printer brands like Canon and Epson.

Printers reviewed: Canon and Epson refillable ink models – can they save you money?

Refillable tank printers can give you huge savings on printer ink, but should you go with Canon’s MegaTank or Epson’s EcoTank?

Windows 10 update pain: Microsoft must do more for consumers

With Windows 10 turning 3 in July, Microsoft has agreed to meet Which? and discuss how to help the consumers still having PC pain from the software.

Amazon and Ebay stop selling CloudPets ‘hackable’ smart toy

Move follows various reports highlighting that the connected toy could be hacked, potentially putting children at risk.

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