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Are retro Bush turntables worth buying?

Retro and vintage-looking turntables have become increasingly popular since the vinyl revival – and as Bush is one of the biggest brands in this space, you might find yourself trying...

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A 65-inch Hisense for under £1,000 and Samsung QLED reviewed

Can a cheap 65-inch Hisense beat a Panasonic almost twice its price, or will the Samsung QE55Q9FN beat them all? We've also surveyed our members to see what they think of these popular TV brands and whether they stayed loyal last time they upgraded their TV.

Apple makes the most reliable laptops while Microsoft disappoints

Apple shines in our annual tech reliability survey. Find out which other brands have done well, and which are the most reliable tech products in a variety of product categories, including TVs, laptops, tablets and printers.

HP Tango: Is the world’s first smart home printer really that smart?

HP has created the ‘world’s first smart home printer’, an internet-enabled printer that’s controlled entirely by your voice or via your smartphone. The HP Tango printer is due for release by...

Huawei Mate 20 Pro launched to take on Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Huawei Mate20 Pro and Mate20 revealed alongside Watch GT fitness tracker. We look at the specifications to see whether this new premium smartphone can take on rivals from Apple and Samsung.

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TalkTalk will charge to block nuisance calls: are you better off with a call-blocking phone?

TalkTalk has announced charges to its landline privacy features, joining other providers such as BT, Sky and Virgin Media. We explain the new monthly cost and whether it may be better to invest in a fully tested call-blocking cordless home phone instead.

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How new guidelines on smart devices will help protect consumers from being hacked

There are many connected devices on the market that lack basic security measures, making them susceptible to hacking. In response to this threat the government has launched a new code of practice to ensure that connected products are ‘secure by design’.

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Sat nav apps for your smartphone: to pay or not to pay?

If you’re happy using your smartphone instead of a dedicated sat nav, you could be wondering whether there’s much difference between free sat nav apps and the ones you pay...

Which? finds a Don’t Buy cordless home phone in latest tests

Our latest round of cordless phone tests have found a number of landline phones that lack nuisance call blocking, have short answering machine memory and are tricky to use.

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Budget Sandstrom radios reviewed: which are genuine bargains?

We've reviewed a range of cheap Sandstrom radios, including the tabletop Sandstrom SL-DBTG18, Sandstrom SL-IBTC18 internet radio, Sandstrom S-DBTW18 alarm clock radio and portable Sandstrom SPLDAB17 and Sandstrom SFPDAB17.

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