Sales of the Nintendo Switch console have surged during the coronavirus pandemic, but some owners have been experiencing a common fault. Have you had this issue?
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Many of us rely on digital libraries for our media in this day and age, but what about the concept of ‘ownership’? What happens if we lose access?
I’ve just signed off Which? Computing as we get used to the new normal of working from home. Is it working for you? How are you coping?
With those who are able to now working from home, networks have had to react quickly to meet increased demand. Our guest explains what’s being done.
We all need a bit of escapism right now. Online games with friends can be a good way to stay in touch and distract yourself. Are you playing any?
We’re looking into smart appliances and whether they’re worth the extra money compared with standard domestic products. Do you have an experience to share?
We’re lucky that there are plenty of ways to stay in touch these days – tell us how you’re using tech to see and speak to your loved ones during the pandemic.
In part two of our look at the past, present and future of gaming, our guest gives us a nostalgic timeline of his favourite games and moments. What are yours?
Gaming tech has come a long way in a short space of time, but what will the future look like? Is the retro revival here to stay? Our guest shares his thoughts.
A website selling TVs and other tech in November’s Black Friday sales wasn’t as it seemed. Here’s what happened when it started demanding bank transfers.
Dyson has applied for a patent for headphones with a built-in air purifier. Is this a beneficial combination of tech or another gimmick no one really needs?
Voice assistants such as Amazon Echos can be a godsend for people with reduced mobility. Here’s why I think we should embrace their benefits.
Should Apple abandon its Lightning connector and adopt USB-C instead? I’m wondering how much easier life would be if all phones used the same cables.
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?