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Five TV technology trends for 2017

As the latest slew of TVs begins to arrive on store shelves, the head-spinning amount of technical jargon and marketing mumbo-jumbo can make it difficult to work out what to...

LG TV costing £2,000 rendered ‘unusable’ after software update

Software updates are meant to improve our products. But in a case we’ve discovered with an LG TV, an update has had exactly the opposite effect. Our expert testing has revealed that an...

Samsung TVs – energy efficiency over picture quality

Samsung TVs are being sold to you with a poorer picture so they can use less power, a Which? investigation has found.

YouView thinks out of the box with Sony TVs launch

The YouView guide launches on selected Sony smart TVs, bringing together live TV viewing and catch up on apps such as ITV Player and All 4.

Sony Android TV review

Google’s Android operating system has conquered phones, tablets and smartwatches, but can it do the same with TVs? Read on for our review of Android TV on Sony televisions.

Your smart TV is listening to you and hackers might be, too

Be careful what you say to your smart TV. Not only are some models listening to you, but due to the way their fancy voice control systems are operated, sneaky hackers could...

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.

When smart TV app support vanishes, what next?

You might spend hundreds or even thousands of pounds on a smart TV, but what happens if the smart TV apps you watch, like iPlayer and Netflix suddenly disappear?

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