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Public given increased protection from nuisance calls

Tough new measures are coming into force today to end the blight of nuisance calls. Consumers must be given the choice to 'opt-in' to receive these calls and rogue companies making unsolicited calls related to personal injury claims could now be fined up to £500,000.

Research finds that British consumers receive 4,200 nuisance calls every minute

New research has found that British consumers were subject to 2.2 billion nuisance calls and texts in 2017. This breaks down to 4,200 calls and texts every minute. The study,...

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TalkTalk launches security feature to help prevent nuisance calls

Check and Report is a feature being rolled out by TalkTalk that’s designed to stop people receiving unwanted phone calls. According to TalkTalk, its customers will be able to easily...

Android Marshmallow could double your tablet’s battery life

Announced during Google’s I/O developer conference, Android Marshmallow (or Android 6.0) introduces several key new features to the smartphone and tablet operating system. From Google Doze, which claims to be able...

iPhone chargers – how do you spot a fake?

A recent BBC documentary, Fake Britain, highlighted the rise of counterfeit iPhones in the UK, but fake iPhone chargers are also on the increase and can be dangerous. A genuine iPhone...

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