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Winners of the Which? Awards 2016 revealed

Which? celebrates the brands that go furthest for their customers at its 10th annual awards ceremony. Find out who won awards such as Supermarket of the Year.

Top 7 apps that protect your data

Keeping your smartphone data secure is mighty important, which is why we’re taking a look at a range of apps that can keep your information safe and sound.

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Top-five photo apps for 2016

Make the most of your smartphone’s camera with our top free photo apps for iOS and Android, including Instagram, Snapseed and Pixlr.

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How to speed up your iPhone – five top tips

If you’re a long-time iPhone owner, you may notice your smartphone slow down as it ages. Here’s how to keep your iOS experience a smooth one.

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Amazon Prime – is now the time to subscribe?

Amazon Prime has added even more services to its ever-expanding range. We take a look at what else you get for £79 a year to find out whether it's worth having.

Best free iPhone and Android apps from April

There was no shortage of apps released on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in April – here’s our pick of the ones worth having.

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Apple iPhone SE vs iPhone 6s – which is best?

The iPhone SE is the latest addition to the iPhone family. But how does it compare to the larger iPhone 6s? We do the unthinkable and compare the siblings.

Three new Best Buy laptops revealed in latest Which? tests

Which?'s latest computing tests reveal three of the best laptops on the market. And if you're looking for a desktop PC, make sure you avoid our new Don't Buy.

Best deals on the iPhone SE

Apple’s long-rumoured budget iPhone is now available, so we’ve scoured the networks to find the best deals available.

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iOS vs Android – battle of the operating systems

For most of us, buying a new smartphone boils down to two options: Android or iOS. There is Windows phone and BlackBerry but Google and Apple dominate the smartphone market....

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