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EE announces price rise for loyal customers

by , Conversation Editor Technology 8 April 2014
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EE has announced a 2.7% price rise for EE, T-Mobile and Orange customers who signed before Ofcom’s new rules came into effect. Have you been contacted by EE about a price rise? (more about EE's price rise...)

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Have you suffered from the broadband blues?

by , Senior Technology Researcher Technology 8 April 2014
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Fibre broadband

Our research suggests that 13 million households have suffered problems with their broadband. If you’re one of them, and have a broadband tale of woe to share, we want to hear from you. (more about broadband problems...)

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What’s my phone warranty really worth?

by , Campaigns Team Technology 7 April 2014
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Less than a year ago, I forked out for a brand new HTC One. Yet when I ran into a problem with it this weekend, T-Mobile told me it wasn't covered by my warranty. But should the repairs have been covered? (more about phone problems...)

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Your view: can you be too old for new tech?

by , Conversation Editor Technology 5 April 2014
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There was a debate on Which? Conversation that recently piqued my interest. It was on whether new gadgets, like smartwatches, were of interest to people over the age of 60... (your comments this week...)

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Microsoft Windows XP support ends – what will you do next?

by , Editor, Which? Computing Technology 4 April 2014
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Windows XP

As PC operating systems go, they don’t get much more venerable than good old XP. Yet the curtain is being drawn on this stalwart version of Windows, with Microsoft withdrawing its security patch support on 8 April. (more about Windows XP...)

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I have no time for smartwatches

by , Conversation Editor Technology 2 April 2014
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Sony Smartwatch 2

There’s been a lot of talk of smartwatches, but as much as they might make me look like Inspector Gadget, I’m not buying. I’m not buying any of the arguments for them, nor will I be buying any from the shops. (more about smartwatches...)

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Broadband speed limit planned for a fairer internet for all

by , Conversation Editor Technology 1 April 2014
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The UK’s biggest ISPs are planning to introduce a broadband speed limit in order to redistribute faster speeds to those who need it. Do you think broadband speeds should be more fairly distributed? (more about rural broadband...)

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Why I don’t want superfast broadband

by , Technology Researcher Technology 29 March 2014
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Whether it’s Al Pacino trying to get a better broadband speed with Sky, or Usain Bolt signing up to Virgin’s fibre optic service, it’s clear ISPs think we should splash out on their superfast broadband deals. But will you? (more about superfast broadband...)

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Why won’t my tech turn off?

by , Senior Technology Researcher Technology 22 March 2014
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Power button

In a time of soaring energy prices we need to cut our energy use, not increase it. So why is so much modern home technology lacking a proper power button? (more about power switches...)

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Tired of being in the broadband slow lane?

by , Advocacy Officer Technology 21 March 2014
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Has your broadband connection ever slowed down or dropped out altogether? Our research suggests that 13 million households experience problems with their internet connection... (more about broadband connection...)

5 people have joined in this Conversation

Have you got a collection of computers at home?

by , Senior Technology Researcher Technology 20 March 2014
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Laptop, tablet and phone

For many the time when we just had one computer taking up an entire desk or table somewhere in the house is long gone. Now we tend to have an ever expanding computing collection – which device is your favourite? (more about computer collections...)

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Wearable tech has a future (whether you like it or not)

by , Technology Researcher Technology 18 March 2014
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Last September I asked Which? Conversation readers a simple question: what’s the most you would pay for a smartwatch? The response was even less than ‘not very much’… (more about wearable tech..)

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Your view: Amazon Prime’s price changes

by , Conversation Editor Technology 9 March 2014
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Amazon Prime’s price hike was the controversial talking point of the week, with customers complaining about paying £30 extra to access film streaming they don’t necessarily want... (your view on Amazon Prime...)

9 people have joined in this Conversation

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