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Samsung TVs reviewed – could these be 2017’s Black Friday bargains?

In August this year, we found a range of new Samsung TVs on its support pages that we thought could be discounted for the Black Friday shopping spree. Our interest...

Samsung smart TVs software update renders some unusable

Update to some 2017 Samsung TVs last week has left customers with smart TVs that won’t turn on. Here's what you can do if you've been affected.

What can you do with an Alexa voice controlled TV?

With Amazon's Alexa being integrated in to TV sets you don't even need a special remote for voice commands. Here's what you can do.

Netflix-recommended TVs rated in Which? expert tests

Netflix has revealed which TVs it recommends for the best viewing experience, but our test results show that some don’t belong.  Making up the list are some of the latest...

Samsun vs lg tvs

Samsung vs LG TVs – which is best in our tests?

Every year these two TV brands doggedly battle it out to earn your buck. Whether you’re looking to spend a few hundred pounds or even a few thousand, both Samsung...

Samsung TVs set to lose the YouTube app

Older Samsung TVs are losing access to YouTube, is Google at fault or should Samsung be doing more? Also find out how you can keep watching YouTube.

Last year’s 4K TVs up to £850 cheaper

As TV makers shift the last of their 2016 sets, now is a good time to pick up a 4K TV from LG, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic. See how much you'll save here.

How to turn off smart TV tracking (and what you lose if you do)

If the idea of your smart TV tracking how you use it concerns you, then there are ways to turn it off and still enjoy great features – with some...

Smart TV app stores go head-to-head

From BBC iPlayer and Netflix to Twitter and Facebook, see which TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony let you access your favourite apps.

Smart TV spying – are you watching TV, or is it watching you?

Today’s smart TVs are spying on how we watch television, and their makers can earn money from it.

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