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Ofcom reveals the mobile and broadband providers with most complaints

Quarterly data reveals which broadband and mobile providers get the most calls to Ofcom about their service

New Amazon Echo smart home hubs tested

Read our in-depth reviews of the 2nd generation Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Plus and Amazon Echo Show, along with the Google Home Mini. How do they compare?

PPI firm fined for making 75 million nuisance calls in just four months

A company that broke the law by making 75 million PPI calls without the recipients’ consent has been fined £350,000 by data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The calls...

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Virgin Media broadband exit fees under fire

Virgin Media has been attracting media attention because it charges customers to terminate their contract even if they move to an area where it doesn’t offer coverage.

Panasonic GH5S mirrorless camera, DJI gimbals and more launched for 2018

With another CES over, we round up the photography releases for 2018, including a Panasonic camera and camcorders, DJI gimbals and a Sony camera control box.

Wiz smart lighting now adjusts brightness based on time of day

Competitors to Philips Hue, Wiz smart light bulbs have been updated to automatically adjust the brightness of your lighting to suit the morning or evening.

Update – Samsung Galaxy S9: what we know so far

We explore some of the key rumours about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. Are they set to be much different from their predecessors?

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Which? criticises Apple’s lack of transparency over slowing down iPhones

Apple could have been more forthcoming about slowing down older iPhones via a software update, says Which?

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New wireless headphones revealed by Sony and Sennheiser

We saw a range of wireless headphones at CES 2018, including some with Google Assistant and Alexa. See what Sony, B&O and Sennheiser have on offer.

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Amazon to bid for Premier League TV rights – and what that could mean for football

Amazon is worth twice as much as Sky and BT combined. The way you watch the Premier League could change entirely should it bid for exclusive match rights next month

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