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Technology

Has your DAB radio dropped BBC catch up programmes?

Has your internet radio lost its BBC Listen Again service? We explain why this happened, and what you can do about it.

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How to increase the ring time on your phone

Do you race against your phone, trying to answer it before the call diverts to voicemail? For those of us who chuck our mobiles into the murky depths of a...

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BT 8500 – a cordless phone with advanced call-blocking options

The BT 8500 is said to be the most advanced nuisance call-blocking phone yet. Read on for details of its price and key features.

How long will your tablet last? We can tell you

Whether it’s an Apple iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab, a new slate is likely to be at the top of many Christmas wish lists this year. Children, parents and grandparents...

Best free sat nav apps for Windows phones

Which? looks at the best free Windows phone sat nav apps, including Waze, Here Drive+, Wisepilot and a paid-for alternative, Co-Pilot.

Battle of the smart TVs

Ultra high definition 4K picture quality might be the driving force of this year’s CES, but how you’ll interact with the latest smart TV sets is just as interesting. The leading...

Which? reveals eight new Best Buy speakers

Which? testing reveals which wireless speakers and speaker docks are Best Buys - in time for Christmas. Find out which speakers sound the best.

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Samsung TV lip sync issue – how to fix it

Is the sound on Freeview TV programmes out of sync on your Samsung smart TV? Here’s how to get it fixed.

The Which? verdict on the Google Nexus 9

Which? puts the Google Nexus 9 to the test to see whether the Google Nexus 9 can stand up to the likes of the Samsung Tab S and the iPad.

Which? tests the new Nikon D750

We give our expert verdict on the full frame DSLR, as well as the Leica X (Type 113) and Sony Alpha a5100.

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