Find out how an air purifier can and can't help you during the coronavirus pandemic, and discover the ways in which you can improve your indoor air quality now that you're obliged to spend more time at home.
If this hot, humid weather has left you in need of a dehumidifier, the last thing you want is for it to break down. We've surveyed 1,000 dehumidifier owners and asked them which faults their dehumidifiers developed. Discover the most common faults and how to fix and avoid them.
We recently tested the Amazfit Band 5, Huawei Band 6, Oppo Band and Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6. Two models outshone the others in our tests – the others might give you pause for thought.
Temperatures are set to stay high all week. If your home is warm and stuffy, an electric fan can work wonders. Read our top tips for avoiding common mistakes and getting the most out of your electric fan, including setting it up properly and avoiding triggering allergies.
Ofgem's new major investment in low carbon projects will include much-needed support for electric vehicle (EV) charging points across the UK. Here's what you need to know about the planned changes and how to charge your EV, including common pitfalls to avoid.
Apple Watches are ultra-fashionable, and come with a shedload of features, including terrific screens, fall detection and the ability to take ECGs. But they're also super expensive. Should you buy an Apple doppelganger instead?
Both Apple and Garmin are both big names in the world of smartwatches, but there are some key differences between them. Find out how the Garmin Forerunner 745, Garmin Venu Sq and Garmin Venu Sq Music compare to the Apple Watch Series 6 when it comes to sports tracking.
Wondering which is the best wearable for phone conversations through your wrist? Discover your options for making and receiving phone-free calls. including the Huawei Talkband B6 fitness tracker, Apple Watch SE and Honor GS Pro smartwatch.
Wearables are getting serious about health - and the ability to track heart rate monitoring is becoming the norm. But which ones can you rely on to do so accurately, which ones offer sophisticated heart health features and how can you get the best out of your wearable?
Wearables are designed to live on your wrist 24/7, meaning they can collect more data about your body than we could have thought possible even a few years ago. Find out what health features are on offer from the likes of Apple, Fitbit, Huawei and Honor.