A Which? investigation exposes poorly-made smart plugs that could not only put your privacy and security at risk, but your physical safety, too.
We reveal a cheap LG sound bar with dreadful Dolby Atmos audio. See three other Atmos models that might do a better job of cinema-quality sound.
Our investigation exposes hundreds of data security vulnerabilities on the websites of travel firms including Marriott, British Airways and easyJet.
Our research shows that you often get what you pay for with budget sound bars, but spending more doesn't always bring a better sound bar.
Lacking useful features such as temperature sensors and sound sensitive lights, these cameras are better suited to detecting burglars than monitoring your baby.
Wireless camera brand fixes vulnerability discovered during Which? testing that could have posed a risk to you and your smart home data.
From premium sound bars with Dolby Atmos to budget models at affordable prices, find the best sound bar to improve your TV viewing experience.
Outdoor cameras from Nest, Hive and Amazon's Ring put through their paces, including how easy they are to set up and if they protect you from hackers.
Facebook and Google let us promote fake health advice and a bottled water brand that didn’t exist to highly targeted audiences online.
More than 100,000 indoor surveillance cameras in UK homes, including popular marketplace brands ieGeek, Accfly and SV3C, could be easily hacked, allowing someone to spy on your home.