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Google announces Pixel 4, XL and all-new smart tech

Google has revealed the much-anticipated Pixel 4 range and a selection of smart home tech at this year’s ‘Made by Google’ event.  Leading the charge are two new Pixel phones,...

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Chatterbox: five things you didn’t know you could ask your smart speaker

Whether you’re buying a brand-new smart speaker or looking to get more from your existing home setup, we’ve rounded up some handy voice commands for you to try at home....

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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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Five smartphone camera features you didn’t know existed

We’re all mesmerised by the new flagship smartphones when they hit the shelves. But as technology develops so quickly, it’s near impossible to get to grips with all the innovative...

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On test: Realme 3 Pro takes on Google Pixel 3a, OnePlus 7 Pro

Emerging from under the wing of rising manufacturer Oppo to become its own brand, Realme aims to shake up the UK market with high-spec, affordable smartphones that will have you...

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Realme smartphones to launch in the UK: £175 ‘3 Pro’ will shake up budget market

Chinese phone brand Realme is making its UK debut in June, but can its affordable flagship genuinely compete with Huawei, Motorola and Samsung?

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Google suspends dealings with Huawei – should you buy a Huawei phone?

Google reportedly stops supporting future Huawei software updates, putting the future of Huawei phones running Android in doubt.

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Google I/O 2019 highlights: Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Nest Hub Max and Android Q

Google is finally bringing the Pixel to buyers on a budget, with its cheapest new smartphone, the Pixel 3a, starting at a tempting £399

Samsung Galaxy Fold: do we really need foldable phones?

After nearly a year of rumour, conjecture and speculation, the news was finally confirmed – Samsung has officially announced a foldable phone. The Samsung Galaxy Fold is the ‘future’, according...

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The best in tech 2018: Which? experts reveal top brands

From the rise of the notched smartphone to the fall of small-screen televisions, the tech scene in 2018 has seen big changes impacting UK consumers.

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