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Upgrading your old laptop to Windows 10 could make it slower

The controversy surrounding Microsoft’s Windows 10 continues, as our testing reveals that updating your laptop with it can actually reduce its performance. After performing a series of operating system retests,...

Samsung TVs – energy efficiency over picture quality

Samsung TVs are being sold to you with a poorer picture so they can use less power, a Which? investigation has found.

Microsoft recalls Surface Pro power cords

Microsoft has issued a recall across Europe for any Surface Pro tablets purchased before 15 July 2015 as their power cords may be damaged.

Best laptops 2016 (CES)

Laptops have been left in the dust by tablets in recent years. Better screens and better battery life are just two reasons that the latest tablets rate better than most...

Best of British tech 2016 (CES)

The British brands you haven't heard about and the new technologies and products they're pioneering in 2016.

Best TVs of 2016 (CES)

We reveal the best TVs for 2016, including models from Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and LG, fresh from the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

What we know about the next Virgin Media TV box

No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you, that’s still Virgin Media’s venerable Tivo box in the picture – a device the brand has been installing around the UK since late 2010. That’s...

iMac vs iMac: Are Apple’s latest updates worth the money?

Apple consistently scores highly in our tests, no matter what the product. iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, the Watch – they’re all great products in their respective fields. Naturally, expectations were high...

Least reliable computing brands of 2015

Like it or not, we’re more reliant than ever on our gadgets – and particularly our laptops and tablets. They contain so much precious data, from family photos to financial...

Get the most out of BBC iPlayer

You can use iPlayer to watch the BBC’s programmes up to 30 days after they’ve aired – but do you know what else the service offers?

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