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Google confirms no app support for future Huawei devices

Following Google's initial suspension of dealings with Huawei in May this year, and subsequent reprieve on existing devices, news has now filtered through as to the impact on upcoming devices.

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5 ways to save money on student laptops

Whether you’re a seasoned student or a first-time fresher, almost every university student will need a laptop for their studies. We show you five ways to make sure you get the best deal possible.

Best smartwatches for iPhone users (that aren’t an Apple Watch)

Got an iPhone but don't want an Apple Watch? The Fossil Gen 5 could make it a lot easier to use a Wear OS watch with iOS. The necessary update isn't due for a while, though - Which? explores the options open to you in the meantime.

LG, Samsung or Sony: who makes the best cheap TVs in 2019?

When it comes to buying anything we all have our limit – a budget in mind that we won’t exceed. 4K TVs can cost anywhere from £400 to £4,000 and...

What’s stopping you from haggling with your broadband provider?

A majority of people are successful when they give it a go, so what's holding you back from trying it?

Samsung Galaxy Buds almost £30 cheaper – should you buy a pair?

If you’re shopping for a pair of wireless in-ear headphones, Amazon’s latest deal on the Samsung Galaxy Buds may have caught your eye – they’re now £112, down from £139....

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Latest Aldi Specialbuy sale: folding Medion laptop and a cheap Canon All-In-One printer

The supermarket's new products suit buyers on a budget, but exploring our expert reviews will help you uncover Best Buy alternatives

Three launches 5G: is it set to take over your broadband?

Mobile network operator Three has today switched on its 5G service in parts of London, but only for broadband customers, with mobile customers having to wait until at least later on in the year

Plug in and jet off: are these new headphones ideal for travelling?

To see which headphones will keep you entertained on your way from A to B, we test everything from sound quality to sound leakage. We’ve recently had our hands (and...

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Why do people stick with their TV and broadband provider?

Our survey of 1000 TV and broadband customers found that the majority had been subscribed for at least five years - but they're not always sticking with their provider because they like it.

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