With the deadline for self-assessments tax returns this Friday, ‘smishing’ scammers are looking to take advantage. Have you been sent a dodgy SMS text message?
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The launch of Huawei’s latest phones this week is a reminder of how dependent we have become on Google. Would life really be difficult without it?
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.
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?
This evening sees Samsung launch the latest additions to its Galaxy range at glitzy parallel events in London and San Francisco. What would you like to see?
Has your old phone become frustratingly laggy? It might be time for an expensive upgrade… but is there another option?
Tens of millions of O2 customers were left without access to the network yesterday after a UK-wide outage. Were you affected by the downtime?
Most of us are increasingly dependent on our mobile phones – Ofcom has found that 78% of us could not live without our smartphone, but is the signal you’re getting good enough?
Working out what’s what on your mobile phone bill can often be a bit of a headache. But are you being charged for services you didn’t know you were signed up to?
It’s hard to tell the difference between smartphones these days – so some manufacturers are going to surprising lengths to make their phones stand out from the crowd…
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?
We’ve been making progress in our fight against nuisance calls. And now we’re demanding the government impose tough sanctions against directors of nuisance call companies.
New tools help you manage the time you spend swiping and scrolling – but is there really a problem? Kate Bevan finds out…