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Vax Cordless SlimVac: cheap Dyson rival reviewed

The Vax Cordless SlimVac Total Home promises to make light work of cleaning your home. We tried it out to see if it could outclass pricier rivals.

Amazon and Google launch smart home speakers

Control your smart home gadgets without lifting a finger with wireless speakers from Amazon and Google. Plus find the best smart gadgets for you with Which? tips.

Apple launches Home app to connect smart appliances together

The smart home app from Apple enables you to connect to a wide range of appliances to one app. Read on to discover how it the Apple app works and what can it do

Would you want to pay per day for gas and electricity use?

ScottishPower launches PowerUp - a new scheme which, according to the energy company, could transform the way we buy gas and electricity from now on.

Half of Brits don’t have a will

Half of Britons have not made a will, new figures reveal. Get help from the Which? experts to create your will in just a few minutes.

Which? reviews Kenwood slow juicer

The Kenwood Pure Juice is a slow juicer that comes with big health claims: see what Which? thought of it in our first look review.

Five smart home gadgets to watch out for

From smart thermostats to appliances, there is an increasing number of smart home gadgets. We round up new smart home technology from brands including Amazon.

Are cheap cordless vacuum cleaners any good?

Latest cordless stick vacuum cleaners of 2016 reviewed. We put eight new models to the test, including the Dyson V8. Find out which is best.

Buying a new iron? 3 things you need to know

Does wattage or the type of soleplate matter when it comes to buying a new steam iron? We reveal which features result in better ironing, and which to ignore.

Santander 123 account halves interest rate: how much will you lose?

Santander will cut the rate on its popular 123 current account to 1.5% from November, which could see customers missing out on up to £300 a year in interest.

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