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Best new cameras on test

Which? test lab results for eight new cameras including the Sony Alpha 7S, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 and Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III.

How to turn off smart TV tracking (and what you lose if you do)

If the idea of your smart TV tracking how you use it concerns you, then there are ways to turn it off and still enjoy great features – with some...

Top five PVRs under £150

Freesat and Freeview PVRs are a great way to watch and record free-to-air TV shows. We reveal five of the best models under £150 that won’t let you down.

Worst broadband for customer satisfaction

The UK’s telecoms giants are falling short when it comes to broadband services, according to the latest Which? customer satisfaction survey.

No more Sony Vaio laptops – will you miss them?

Sony, the one-time strongman of the electronics world, has announced that profits are so bad it’ll be selling off its Vaio laptop division. Have you owned a Sony Vaio laptop,...

Smart TV app stores go head-to-head

From BBC iPlayer and Netflix to Twitter and Facebook, see which TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony let you access your favourite apps.

Which? reveals new Blu-ray DVD player Best Buys

Samsung, Panasonic, LG and Sony battle it out; find out which topped our test of 15 Blu-ray players, including 3D, Smart TV, BBC iPlayer and 4K upscaling models

Smart TV spying – are you watching TV, or is it watching you?

Today’s smart TVs are spying on how we watch television, and their makers can earn money from it.

Which? Technology news roundup, 15 August 2014

In this week's Which? Tech news we preview Samsung's Galaxy Alpha smartphone, explain how to get the best picture on your TV & compare BT Sport with Sky Sports.

Does Aldi’s cheap smartphone really offer good value?

Aldi has launched its first smartphone – the Medion Life E4001. At a cheap £79.99 the Android phone has a 4” screen and a 2-megapixel camera. But, with so many...

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