Today is Google’s big annual consumer hardware launch. I’ll be there with all the latest updates right here on Which? Conversation, but will we see anything groundbreaking from the tech giant?
Do voice assistants, such as Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri, make our lives easier, or do they add unneeded frustration? Our guest author Lady Janey investigates…
How do you feel about your email being scanned, and possibly even read by the employees of third-party companies, asks Kate Bevan…
As Google’s annual developer shindig, Google IO, got under way last week, Android enthusiasts and developers were downloading the beta of the next version of the operating system, known for now as Android P.
Showcased this week, the latest version of Google Assistant has distinctly human-like qualities. Are you comfortable with the advancing AI technology and would you be willing to share your data with it to make it even better? (more on Google Assistant developments…)
Whether renewing your passport, buying a tourist visa or getting a European Health Insurance Card (Ehic), most of us use Google to help us find the right site. But what if you can’t trust the search results in front of you? (more on copycat websites…)
We’d all like a washing machine that did the ironing or a vacuum cleaner that walked the dog. But do we really a need a music-playing smart hub, particularly when it adds so much to the price? (more on smart hubs…)
Which? and Google have partnered up to deliver free training to help people stay safe online. Ronan Harris, Managing Director of Google UK and Ireland, has joined us as a guest author to explain how this partnership could help you…
I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty impatient when it comes to queuing and waiting to be served. (more on Google live data…)
When you download an app onto your smartphone, do you know what personal data you’re handing over? Anette Høyrup of the Danish Consumer Council has been putting apps to the test.
Keep up to date and avoid signing up to contracts with cold callers. Here’s how one business owner was asked to pay to remain listed on Google Maps…
Choosing a phone, tablet or computer could be a bigger investment than you thought. Not only are you buying the product, you’re also buying into a tech ecosystem. And once you’re part of the club, how easy is to leave?
Copycat websites continue to draw in unwitting punters. One of the most common scams relates to the London congestion charge, but now Transport for London plans to step up its action against them.
We’ve heard you loud and clear – you hate copycat sites that mimic official government services. Many of these appeared in Google ad results, so here’s Theo Bertram from Google sharing how they’ve taken action.