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Fitbit fitness tracker shipments drop by 38%

Fitbit fitness tracker shipments drop by 38%

Which? takes a look at the latest wearable market results, including Apple, Fitbit, Garmin, Samsung and Xiaomi. Find out which brand topped the table.

Is the new Roberts radio alarm clock worth £80?

Is the new Roberts radio alarm clock worth £80?

See our first impressions of the Roberts Ortus 2 radio alarm clock, and find out how the Sony XDR-S41D FM and DAB portable radio performed in our tests.

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Mobile provider Three fined for 999 call failures

Mobile provider Three fined for 999 call failures

Ofcom has fined mobile service provider Three £1.9m after it identified a weakness in its network that could prevent its users from calling 999.

Five essential free travel apps for iPhone and Android

Five essential free travel apps for iPhone and Android

Thanks to an EU regulation it's never been cheaper to use your phone abroad. We've picked five free travel apps to make the most of your holiday and data.

Last year’s 4K TVs up to £850 cheaper

Last year’s 4K TVs up to £850 cheaper

As TV makers shift the last of their 2016 sets, now is a good time to pick up a 4K TV from LG, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic. See how much you'll save here.

BT’s ‘most powerful wi-fi signal’ ads banned by the ASA

BT’s ‘most powerful wi-fi signal’ ads banned by the ASA

The Adverting Standards Authority (ASA) has banned another four broadband adverts from BT, some of which star Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds.

Is Hive’s £6 a month smart home plan worth it?

Is Hive’s £6 a month smart home plan worth it?

Would you pay £6 to get a smart home? We look at Hive's new Welcome Home Plan to see if its devices are any good and if £6 per month is a good deal.

Three new waterproof cameras launched in time for summer

Three new waterproof cameras launched in time for summer

Heading off on a summer holiday? We take a look at three new shockproof and waterproof cameras that have recently launched from Nikon, Olympus and Ricoh.

EU roaming charges scrapped – so what’s the catch?

EU roaming charges scrapped – so what’s the catch?

From 15 June anyone can use their bundled texts, minutes and mobile data anywhere in the EU for no extra charge. The new ruling is an EU regulation, which is effectively a Europe-wide law. This means all UK providers, from the biggest to the smallest, must adhere to it.

Sharp takes Hisense to court over ‘shoddy’ TVs

Sharp takes Hisense to court over ‘shoddy’ TVs

In news that has caused a stir in the TV world, Sharp is suing Hisense, claiming that the Chinese company has released low-quality TVs with its name attached.

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