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Government and NHS websites fall victim to cryptojacking hack

Thousands of websites, including UK local government websites, put visitors' data at risk

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Lenovo issues recall of faulty laptops

Computer manufacturer Lenovo has announced that some of its laptops may be susceptible to becoming a fire risk. It has therefore issued a recall for the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon range...

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Cryptojacking: how your PC can be hacked to mine Bitcoin for others

Even if you’ve never dabbled in Bitcoin yourself, your own computer can be hijacked by those looking to make a crypotcurrency windfall. We explain what you need to know and how to stay secure.

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Epson EcoTank printers: can they save you money?

Epson EcoTank is claimed to give you big savings on printer ink. But should you splash out on a pricey printer with refillable ink tanks?

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Our toughest ever antivirus software test reveals new Best Buys

Protect your PC or Mac from the worst nasties the internet can throw at it with a Best Buy or high scoring antivirus software package.

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Are ‘always-connected’ 4G laptops the future?

A new breed of laptop has arrived, claiming 20 hours of battery life and an uninterrupted internet connection. Are they all they're cracked up to be?

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Spectre and Meltdown threats – one week on, what’s been fixed?

Everything you need to know about the Meltdown and Spectre flaws affecting millions of computers worldwide.

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New laptops from Dell, Lenovo, HP and more unveiled

World firsts, fancy features and the latest computing tech on show from the big brands at the CES 2018 tech extravaganza.

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HP issues worldwide recall of faulty laptop batteries

Computer manufacturer HP has today announced that some of its laptops may contain faulty and potentially dangerous batteries. HP is asking owners to contact its customer service team immediately for...

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Intel Meltdown processor security flaw – what you need to know

Computer processor giant Intel has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons, as it was revealed this week that a serious security flaw – nicknamed Meltdown – may affect...

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