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Plume Adaptive WiFi launches in the UK

Plume has announced that the UK will be the first consumer market outside of the US to receive its cloud-based Adaptive WiFi, HomePass and AI Security services. Plume will be...

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Amazon’s new cheap Kindle has a built-in light and is just £70

New cheap Kindle adds lights for reading at night, but how does it compare with the old model and should you buy one? Which? takes a look.

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Apple announces new iPad Air and updates iPad Mini

Apple has launched two iPad tablets, reviving the iPad Air brand with a new, larger model and updating the iPad Mini for the first time in over three years. We take you through what you need to know.

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HP recalls more laptops affected by battery fire risk

HP has recalled more than 100,000 laptops due to a battery-related fire risk. Find out what to do if your model is affected, and your rights.

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Update: Less than a year until Windows 7 support ends

Microsoft will stop delivering security updates to its Windows 7 software on January 14th 2020, ending support for the version of its operating system used by most people at home. We take you through what you can do to prepare for the change.

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Huawei MateBook X Pro: a better bet than the MacBook Air?

Huawei MateBook X Pro vs MacBook Air 2018: We run through the differences of these two models to see which might be a better bet for someone looking to buy a thin and light laptop.

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Virgin Media launches free ‘Intelligent WiFi’

Virgin Media has announced the launch of ‘Intelligent WiFi’, a free update to customers with a Hub 3 router, which claims to bring faster speeds to more areas of the...

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Great value laptops from just £160 impress in Which? lab tests

It’s inevitable that the lower price of a cheap laptop means that some corners may have been cut. But as Which?’s latest lab test results prove, you can get a...

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Should you pay for antivirus software?

With fantastic Best Buy free antivirus software available, paid-for packages have to work hard for your cash. See whether they're worth the upgrade.

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Are password managers really safe to use?

This week researchers at US security specialists ISE declared that popular password managers have vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to gain access to your passwords. Keep reading to find out more about this issue and make sure to read our reviews of the best password managers to help ensure your personal details stay secure online.

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