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Unusual iPhone X ‘clone’ runs on Android and costs just £250

The thought of picking up a shiny new Apple iPhone X or Samsung Galaxy S9 for under £300 sounds too good to be true – and it is. We’ve spotted...

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More homes to get ultrafast broadband

Ultrafast broadband could be coming to you thanks to new Ofcom rules. Find out if you can increase your speed and when the new faster service will start.

Is 2018 the end of the line for small TVs?

We look at why manufacturers are releasing less and less 32-inch and smaller TVs and offer alternatives if you don't want a big screen in your living room.

Which? reveals best and worst simple mobile phones for 2018

Find out which simple mobile phone is the best to buy for 2018 - our latest tests have found both the best and worst handsets we've ever tested.

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Reviewed: is the DJI Mavic Air the best drone for 2018?

We reveal our first look review of the DJI Mavic Air drone. Plus, we explore how the new offering compares to other DJI drones out there.

Brits waste 3.4GB of data a month: how to avoid overpaying

Mobile phone users across the country are paying for data they’ll never use, according to a uSwitch study on phone bills. Figures collected by uSwitch show that the average UK...

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Apple HomePod: the best-sounding smart speaker yet?

The Apple HomePod is a relatively late entrant to the smart speaker market. Can it succeed in beating its rivals, the Amazon Echo and Google Home?

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5G in the UK: How fast is it and when will it launch?

Just as many of us are finally upgrading your mobile phone plan to a 4G subscription, talk of 5G has already begun in earnest. But what does it mean for you, and will you have to shell out for an even pricier subscription?

Is the Motorola Moto G5S Plus a Best Buy smartphone?

We've tested and rated the latest smartphones from Motorola, LG, Nokia, Alcatel and EE. Are any good enough to earn our Best Buy recommendation?

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Virgin Media wants to use your hub as a hotspot

Virgin Media customers have been told that the company is to expand its wi-fi network, with hubs being added to homes to work as wi-fi hotspots for other Virgin Media...

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