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One in four Brits struggled to set up technology gifts at Christmas

Did you get a technology gift for Christmas? If so, you weren’t alone: one in six British adults were given a gift such as a smartphone or a smart speaker, according to research carried out for Which?.

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Don’t be caught out by scammers: 20 tips for safe shopping online

It's a busy time of year for online shoppers - and online scammers. We've got some tips on how to stay safe when you're shopping online

Google unveils new Pixel 3 smartphones, Home Hub and Pixel Slate

It's iteration rather than innovation from Google this year, but it does have some nice-looking new hardware to bring to the table.

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BA promises to compensate customers after data breach

British Airways has apologised and pledged compensation after admitting that up to 380,000 of its customers could have had their card details stolen in a data breach. The airline said that its systems had been compromised for more than two weeks, with 'the personal and financial details of customers making bookings on our website and app' potentially stolen by hackers between August 21 and September 5.

Dixons Carphone admits that up to 10 million people could be hit by huge data breach

Some 10m personal data records could be breached, Dixons Carphone has revealed. Know your rights if your data is compromised and how to stay safe online.

Google’s record €4.3bn fine: how to change your default browser on Android

Google is to appeal the record fine of €4.34bn (£3.8bn) it was hit with by the European Commission after a three-year investigation into its Android mobile operating system. Margrethe Vestager,...

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