Tag: smartphone

What’s my phone warranty really worth?

by , Campaigns Team Technology 7 April 2014
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Cartoon of big phone and little man

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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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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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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Sony Core

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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Will QR codes lower your energy bills?

by , Head of Campaigns Energy & Home 11 March 2014
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QR code

Want a cheaper energy deal? Can't be bothered with the rigmarole of finding your energy bills, plugging details into a price comparison site and choosing the best deal? Could QR codes on energy bills be the answer? (more about QR codes...)

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How hi-tech are your home appliances?

by , Researcher Energy & Home 22 February 2014
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Fridge

Is your washing machine a boring white box, or is it a smart, wi-fi connected model pre-loaded with apps to make cleaning your clothes as much fun as playing games on your smartphone? (more about appliance features...)

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Desktop, all-in-one or laptop – what made you pick your PC?

by , Senior Technology Researcher Technology 30 January 2014
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Dell-XPS-One-27

Looking for a new home computer? These days it’s not just a case of working out which model to go for, but rather the dilemma of what type you’re after. A desktop, laptop or all-in-one PC? (more about computer choices...)

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Are Sony Xperia Z phones cracking by themselves?

by , Conversation Editor Technology 28 January 2014
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Cracked smartphone

Phone screens cracking by themselves? Sounds spooky, but that’s what we’ve heard from some Sony Xperia Z customers. The question is whether Sony’s fixing phones for free under warranty. (more about Sony Xperia phones...)

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Outrageous mark-ups – does tablet memory top the table?

by , Editor, Which? Computing Technology 20 November 2013
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iPad Air

Tablet manufacturers, such as Apple, Google and Samsung, are marking up the price of extra memory storage by as much as 1,200%. Is this one of the worst price mark-ups yet? (more about tablet memory...)

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Is 4G worth it?

by , Technology Researcher Technology 21 October 2013
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4g

It’s hard to move without being bombarded with adverts promoting Britain’s 4G phone networks. But is 4G all it’s cracked up to be? Our survey suggests that EE customers are convinced... (more about 4G...)

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Is speed top of your smartphone buying priorities?

by , Technology Researcher Technology 17 October 2013
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iPhone 5S

As Jamaica has become synonymous with Olympic 100m champions, Apple has long been associated with producing the fastest smartphone. Has the iPhone 5S retained the crown? And is speed really that important to you? (more about smartphone speed...)

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Why do I need a camera when I’ve got a cameraphone?

by , Technology Team Leader Technology 10 October 2013
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Camera lens

Do you still use a camera? These days virtually every mobile phone has a built-in camera and we carry them wherever we go. It seems sensible to ask whether the days of the standalone compact camera are doomed. (more about cameraphones...)

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QWERT-Y is it so hard to get a phone with a keyboard?

by , Digital Producer Technology 7 October 2013
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Phone keyboard

I'm an anomaly. That's my opinion after trying to buy an Android phone with a solid keyboard. Going by the dearth of suitable phones, my desire to have a key to press when I type is anachronistic. But am I really alone? (more about phone keyboards...)

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