Which? launched its first website (and forum) in 1996. That’s two years before you could even search for that site on Google. We might have been an early mover on the web, but we were slower in the social media game.
Millions of us are potentially wasting hundreds of pounds a year by remaining loyal to our broadband provider, according to our new research. So when did you last switch provider?
Given how much personal information passes through them each day, it’s always important to ask: just how secure is your home broadband router?
I’m continuing to stick with my landline. Not only because I use it frequently, but because it’s cheaper to have it than not! Is yours saving you money, too?
Phone manufacturers are gearing up to release the world’s first 5G-capable smartphone. But with large parts of the UK still lacking reliable 4G, how excited should we be?
When you think of hackers and criminals operating online, you might think of the so-called ‘dark-web’. But scammers and criminals don’t need to delve this deep to steal your information. Faye Lipson explains more…
For over a week now, millions of TSB customers have faced glitches on the bank’s website. And now Parliament is stepping in to demand answers from TSB bosses. Have you been affected?
Say the word hacker and a certain image comes to mind: hooded top, hunched over a laptop, lines of green code fluttering around like menacing birds. But that’s mostly a Hollywood myth – and the reality is far more interesting…
Our latest research shows over half of households have had a problem with their broadband service in the last year alone. Are you one of them?
Losing your wi-fi signal at random times can be both frustrating and inconvenient. Where do you stand when your broadband provider fails to solve issues with your router?
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…)
‘Sorry we missed you!’ Four words that never fail to sour the contented feeling of getting home from work – so disappointing. But is Amazon Key the safe alternative?
Up to a million people have been paying over the odds for their line rental. Those BT customers whose landline is their only connection to friends and family will see their monthly bill reduced by £7.
A recent survey has reported that poor internet provision was the biggest hurdle to working remotely. As technology advances so does the ability to apply a more flexible approach to the workforce. So is bad broadband holding us back?