As it’s the end of the year, and a time to reflect, we’re bringing you a special edition this week with ten of our best-ever Conversations. If you missed them first time around, here’s your excuse to get involved now!
The dawn of 2011 will see millions of people promise themselves that they’ll spend less, save more and ditch their Christmas debt mountains. But what are the chances we’ll stick to these New Year’s resolutions?
As we near 2011, the Which? Car team has been reflecting on the last 12 months, thinking about the cars that left us less-than-impressed in 2010. Here’s what we think – do you agree or do you have another contender?
As we come to the end of 2010, it’s time to reminisce over the best technology from the year that was. The Which? Tech team has joined us to run down their technology highlights, featuring the iPad and Xbox Kinect.
If you’ve ever tried to sell on a video game to a high street store, you may have been disappointed by the price offered. Our recent investigation backs-up that feeling, adding huge used game mark-ups to the equation.
Hands up if you’ve made a New Year’s resolution yet? We all have our own goals and aspirations, but research into consumer trends for the year ahead suggests we have more in common than you might imagine.
We’ve had a cracker of a year for tech, but there’s also been some duds and disappointments dampening 2010’s technology darlings. The Which? Tech team has decided to run down their biggest disappointments of 2010.
When we started a Conversation asking, ‘Do you want to save the cheque?’ you spoke up in great numbers. But we weren’t prepared for such a resounding response. The cheque, most of you agree, should stay.
The presents have been opened, the crackers pulled and the champagne cork popped. But how will you be tackling the post-Christmas clean-up – by binning everything, or by recycling it?
Did you have fewer Christmas presents under your tree this year? It seemed that way in the Stevens’ household. Not because we’ve all turned a bit Ebenezer Scrooge, more that this year was an eChristmas.
Ah, the good old Christmas turkey. Just one could feed an army. But with many of us overcooking them into frazzled dry hunks of flesh today, why don’t more of us banish the turkey and tuck into something else?
From fake bums to bird poo, we use some funny testing methods here at Which? To mark our new ad campaign, we’re rounding up some of the unexpected tests we use – and challenging you to think of new ones.
There’s not much longer to wait before it’s Christmas morning, but prior to the present opening rush, why not wrap up warm and get cosy with this week’s top Which? Conversations and comments? And Merry Christmas!
Forget Father Christmas shimmying down your chimney; it’s burglars you may have to contend with this festive season. And it’s not just a problem for people leaving homes empty.