What happens when products experience a fault? Our guest Ugo, co-founder of the Restart Project, discusses whether we should have the ‘right to repair’.
Mobile providers are rolling out 5G networks in cities across the UK – but is it worth it yet? I borrowed a 5G phone to find out.
Electric scooters are an increasingly common sight on city streets, but are they a good idea? And why are so many people ignoring the law around their use?
The latest generation of mobile connections has been switched on, but what will it mean for us in our day-to-day lives?
Every hour seems to bring a new announcement about Huawei’s suppliers, but what does it mean for people with Huawei phones?
Long gone are the days of buying TV guides from the local newsagent. With so many new ways to consume entertainment, are you still watching live TV?
The Department for Transport has today said that speed limiting tech, which will become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, will apply to the UK. Do you support it?
How good can a show shot on video tape really look on Blu-ray? As Red Dwarf fans are discovering, a transfer to an HD format isn’t without its complications.
Facebook is facing a £500,000 fine and the parent company of Cambridge Analytica has been put on notice that it faces a criminal prosecution. Can we still trust the social giant?
New online GP services promise to make access to healthcare easier and quicker. Would you use a digital doctor?
Back in 2004, nobody could have foreseen how Facebook would become a platform that more than a quarter of the people on the planet now use. But how’s it coping with its teenage years?
Scammers have once again taken to Twitter in an attempt to fraudulently make money. Here’s how this recent scam worked…
Some big innovations in home security tech appear to be just around the corner… but would you invest in a ‘smart doorbell’?
Has your old phone become frustratingly laggy? It might be time for an expensive upgrade… but is there another option?