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On test: the Google Nest mesh router that’s £40 off this Black Friday

Nest WiFi is Google’s latest launch in home wi-fi, offering the option of a router or mesh network,  plus additional points if you need to boost your wi-fi even further....

Hands on with Google Nest WiFi Router and Point

The Nest WiFi Router and Point is the first home wi-fi launch from Google since Nest was reabsorbed in 2018, and it’s a big step up from the previous Google...

Wireless extenders to help boost slow wi-fi in the home

If you’re struggling with slow wi-fi in your home, there may be a better way to improve poor coverage than changing provider or investing in expensive new equipment. Wireless extenders...

Wi-fi boosters and extenders from Netgear, TP-Link and Plume on test

Mesh systems, although pricey, are a great solution to wi-fi that doesn’t reach every room of the house. The best work together with your router and devices to offer a...

Plume Adaptive WiFi launches in the UK

Plume has announced that the UK will be the first consumer market outside of the US to receive its cloud-based Adaptive WiFi, HomePass and AI Security services. Plume will be...

Virgin Media launches free ‘Intelligent WiFi’

Virgin Media has announced the launch of ‘Intelligent WiFi’, a free update to customers with a Hub 3 router, which claims to bring faster speeds to more areas of the...

Hyperoptic router ‘at risk of being hacked’

Up to 400,000 Hyperoptic customers at risk of critical flaw that could give an attacker full control over their home wi-fi network from anywhere in the world.

Virgin urges Super Hub 2 password change

Move comes after Which? Research reveals router could be vulnerable to being hacked if the default password isn't changed.

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.

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