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Which? campaign to Fix Bad Broadband hits the road

Which? campaign to Fix Bad Broadband hits the road

Which is campaigning to fix bad broadband and we're driving around the UK to hear what you think of your broadband provider and your internet service.

BT’s ‘most powerful wi-fi signal’ ads banned by the ASA

BT’s ‘most powerful wi-fi signal’ ads banned by the ASA

The Adverting Standards Authority (ASA) has banned another four broadband adverts from BT, some of which star Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds.

David Attenborough stars in Sky’s ‘world-first’ virtual reality adventure

David Attenborough stars in Sky’s ‘world-first’ virtual reality adventure

Sky is set to offer viewers the chance to explore London’s Natural History Museum as part of a ‘world-first’ interactive VR experience. Arriving later this year, the new digital adventure...

Sky Q finally receives long-awaited features in new update

Sky Q finally receives long-awaited features in new update

For the last week Sky has been rolling out a major update to Sky Q set-top boxes that brings along some major new features. Undoubtedly the biggest change brought on...

How long will your PVR last?

How long will your PVR last?

PVRs, or ‘personal video recorders’, are a common living room fixture these days, with popular boxes supplied by Sky, Virgin Media and BT as part of their pay-TV services. They’re undeniably handy, easily...

What we know about the next Virgin Media TV box

What we know about the next Virgin Media TV box

No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you, that’s still Virgin Media’s venerable Tivo box in the picture – a device the brand has been installing around the UK since late 2010. That’s...

Why Sky Go is no longer working on Google Chrome, and what to do about it

Why Sky Go is no longer working on Google Chrome, and what to do about it

If you have a Sky TV subscription, you’re automatically given access to its on-demand service Sky Go, which allows you to watch programmes on a smartphone, tablet, desktop PC or laptop. But not –...

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