Many have started using Zoom and Houseparty – two apps that have been around for a while but which have soared in popularity in recent times. But are they safe?
The scheme usually means that customers of certain providers are automatically compensated if they are left without service or if an engineer fails to turn up or cancels at short notice, but current circumstances mean that providers are less likely to be as able to carry out repairs, install new services or make home visits than they usually would.
Many of us are watching TV more than ever and if your old set isn't standing up the scrutiny it might be time to buy a new one. Is now the right time to do it, have you missed the boat on cheap 2019 models or should you wait a little longer? Let's find out.
Usually switching providers can be a great way to save money and get a better service but with broadband providers and networks facing an unprecedented amount of strain, the landscape has changed.
With more time spent at home, you might have found a gap for some new audio products to keep you entertained. John Lewis, which offers a two-year warranty on electricals,...
Scams are among the most prevalent types of crime in the UK, and coronavirus is creating a perfect environment for fraudsters to thrive. Read our guide to stay one step ahead.
Alexa can be your helping hand through this difficult time – whether that’s getting the most out of your day, helping you to keep fit, providing entertainment or ‘helping out’...
As we’re forced to spend more time inside due to coronavirus, households around the UK are turning to their smart products to stay entertained. Whether you’re looking to test your...
Disney+ is here and with it comes all 30 series of the Simpsons, all the Marvel and Star Wars you could ever want, and, of course, an extensive library of Disney classics, but is it available on your TV and what can you do if it's not?
Getting a high data sim deal (20 gigabytes (GB) of data and above) is not as expensive as it used to be with many new low cost "virtual network" providers, which use the network of the main four mobile providers (EE, O2, Three and Vodafone) offering ultra-cheap deals.