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Fake reviews make consumers more than twice as likely to choose poor-quality products

Fake reviews make consumers more than twice as likely to choose poor-quality products

Over the past two years, Which? research into fake reviews has discovered how unscrupulous sellers are able to ‘game’ online platforms to misrepresent products and services. In a one of...

End price gouging: Which? launches report tool to combat coronavirus profiteering

End price gouging: Which? launches report tool to combat coronavirus profiteering

Today, Which? has launched a free tool that anyone can use to report instances of price gouging and profiteering, after we uncovered a spate of price gouging on online marketplaces...

Five ways to speed up and fix broadband in the home

Five ways to speed up and fix broadband in the home

With Britain’s broadband under additional strain, some might experience issues that could interrupt a usually reliable service. Fortunately, we’re well placed to help solve many of the problems you might encounter. 

How to spot fake news

How to spot fake news

Misinformation and fake news can make an already difficult situation even harder to manage, so it’s more important than ever to ensure that you’re getting the real picture, and relaying accurate information on to others.

Consumers urged to secure internet-connected cameras in the home

Consumers urged to secure internet-connected cameras in the home

Following a Which? report in 2019 on the cheap security cameras inviting hackers into your home, the NCSC has published guidance outlining important steps to safeguard privacy and personal data.

New law proposed to help protect millions from unsecure smart devices

New law proposed to help protect millions from unsecure smart devices

Which? welcomes this 'critical first step' towards safeguarding what are often poorly designed products that put user security and privacy at risk, and has worked closely with the DCMS – the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, since 2014 to help put these measures in place.

Amazon tech with fake reviews rated ‘Don’t Buy’ in Which? labs

Amazon tech with fake reviews rated ‘Don’t Buy’ in Which? labs

Highly rated tech products sold on Amazon, including those recommended as 'Amazon's Choice', have been rated as Don’t Buys in Which? labs, in an investigation into fake reviews and the reliability of Amazon’s customer scores.

Google confirms no app support for future Huawei devices

Google confirms no app support for future Huawei devices

Following Google's initial suspension of dealings with Huawei in May this year, and subsequent reprieve on existing devices, news has now filtered through as to the impact on upcoming devices.

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Samsung winding down support for Galaxy S7: here are three great-value upgrades

Samsung winding down support for Galaxy S7: here are three great-value upgrades

The Samsung Android Security Updates page shows that the S7 has been moved down to the 'other regular security updates' category, which means updates are reviewed on a periodic basis – we pick three great-value upgrades for when it's time to bite the bullet.

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Why you can’t always trust online customer reviews

Why you can’t always trust online customer reviews

Which? has found a range of home and tech products that seriously failed to impress in our tough lab tests – but online customer review scores might have you believe...

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