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Encryption: the key to your privacy

Encryption: the key to your privacy

To a lot of us, encryption doesn’t mean much. We might think of it in the context of Second World War codebreaking or maths puzzles. But it plays a far...

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Microsoft launches cheaper Surface Laptop ‘Go’: should you buy it?

Microsoft launches cheaper Surface Laptop ‘Go’: should you buy it?

We compare the Surface Laptop Go to three rivals, and find out whether it's likely to be on your shopping list this holiday season.

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eLearning websites compared: best ways to learn from home in 2020

eLearning websites compared: best ways to learn from home in 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has seen many more people become acquainted with online learning as colleges, universities and other providers have taken to the internet to deliver their classes. But this...

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Mesh and extenders on test: boost your home wi-fi for under £20

Mesh and extenders on test: boost your home wi-fi for under £20

Mesh systems and extenders are great ways to give your wi-fi the boost it needs, whether that's reaching a room on the other side of the house, like your study, or creating an overall improved network that can deal with the whole household online at once.

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New Amazon, Apple and Samsung tablets on test: what’s the difference between £90 and £800 devices?

New Amazon, Apple and Samsung tablets on test: what’s the difference between £90 and £800 devices?

We look at the Amazon Fire HD 8 2020, iPad 2020 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ to see what you get when you pay more for a tablet.

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The future of our digital past: how do we stop our precious files from being lost forever?

The future of our digital past: how do we stop our precious files from being lost forever?

If you owned a computer in the 1990s, the chances are that somewhere in your attic there’s a dusty box of floppy disks that you haven’t touched for years. But...

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How to control your data on Facebook

How to control your data on Facebook

Find out how to use the ‘Off-Facebook activity’ settings to anonymise your data, and gain better control over how you're being tracked online.

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A decade of Apple iPads: can older tablets still cut the mustard?

A decade of Apple iPads: can older tablets still cut the mustard?

With the launch of two new iPads, we look back over the last 10 years of Apple tablets

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Apple desktops tested: Are the Mac Mini and iMac worth the money?

Apple desktops tested: Are the Mac Mini and iMac worth the money?

Apple’s Mac computers have been around for decades. But in recent years they’d been left out in the cold, with hardware updates only happening every few years instead of every...

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HP Neverstop printers reviewed: can they really deliver 5,000 prints on a single tank?

HP Neverstop printers reviewed: can they really deliver 5,000 prints on a single tank?

Tank printers don't use ink or toner cartridges, instead they have a small 'tank' which holds the ink. So rather than having to change the cartridge when it's empty, you just need to fill the tank up.

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