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Warning over Petya ransomware virus attack

Warning over Petya ransomware virus attack

Hot on the heels of the WannaCry ransomware attack that devastated NHS computers last month, security experts are now warning of a new cyber threat to global computers, called Petya....

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Virgin urges Super Hub 2 password change

Virgin urges Super Hub 2 password change

Move comes after Which? Research reveals router could be vulnerable to being hacked if the default password isn't changed.

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Apple updates its iPad, iMac and MacBook ranges

Apple updates its iPad, iMac and MacBook ranges

Apple has now unveiled a raft of updates to some of its most popular product ranges, including the iPad, iMac and MacBook. But can the improvements under the bonnet justify...

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Google Chrome to start blocking intrusive ads

Google Chrome to start blocking intrusive ads

Annoying ads could soon be a thing of the past on Google's Chrome browser. A blog on the companies website outlined plans to introduce a filter to block intrusive adverts.

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Which? tests HP Pavilion laptops after battery recall

Which? tests HP Pavilion laptops after battery recall

Laptop brand HP was forced to recall its Pavilion-series earlier in the year, after warning the models could cause potential ‘fire and burn hazards’. The new and improved HP Pavilion...

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Tech support scams follow WannaCry ransomware

Tech support scams follow WannaCry ransomware

Less than a fortnight after the ransomware virus known as WannaCry devastated NHS computers, tricksters posing as Microsoft are attempting to scam victims with phony ‘technical support’. ActionFraud, the UK police’s fraud...

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Are refillable ink tank printers good value?

Are refillable ink tank printers good value?

Refillable ink tank printers, such as Epson EcoTank and Canon MegaTank, mean that you can dispense with ink cartridges entirely, and supposedly save money. But should you buy one?

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Would you pay £250 for a paper shredder?

Would you pay £250 for a paper shredder?

Of all the things that you may dream of spending £250 on, a paper shredder may be at the bottom of your list. But the Fellowes Automax 130C shredder will give...

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Which? printer tests reveal 4000% ink waste

Which? printer tests reveal 4000% ink waste

We test printer ink consumption to give both frequent and occasional printer users the full picture on running costs. Our HP PageWide 377DW review demonstrates the value of this.

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Laptop manufacturers overstate battery life, Which? tests find

Laptop manufacturers overstate battery life, Which? tests find

When it comes to laptops, battery life can be a key buying decision. But Which? has discovered that the battery life claimed by laptop manufacturers rarely lives up to reality, with...

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