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NEW: Amazon Prime Day 2018 – the very best deals revealed

Amazon Prime Day 2018 has begun, an annual shopping event when hundreds of popular tech and home products are discounted for members of Amazon’s premium Prime service.  We’ve sifted through...

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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The ultimate New Year’s quiz: Which? waves goodbye to 2017

How much do you know about 2017? To celebrate the New Year take the ultimate Which? quiz and find out

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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...

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Which? reveals the best and worst high street shops 2017

Which? reveals the best and worst high street shops. Our list of the top 100 shops includes big-name retailers, such as John Lewis, Apple and Boots.

Exciting tech products to look out for in 2017

Hundreds of tech devices are released every year. We’ve picked a few that are doing something new in 2017.

Which tech has the best battery life?

For tech that just keeps going, we tell you the mobile phone, tablet, laptop, Bluetooth speaker and wireless headphones with the best battery.

Best Buy tech from the Which? test lab – August 2015

This month our experts have uncovered a brilliant TV, fantastic ebook reader and superb wireless speaker. Read on for all the details.

Worst tech from the Which? test lab – June 2015

We reveal the worst tech tested this month, including a flawed printer, a run-of-the-mill PC and subpar smartphone.

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