It’s been three years since Apple got rid of the standard headphone jack on its iPhones. Now other manufacturers are following suit, are you coping without it?
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?
Were you astonished to hear the news that Facebook plans to launch its own cryptocurrency? Would you trust it with your cash?
Celebrations are under way as we mark the 20th birthday of Which? Computing! What tech were you using two decades ago?
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?
Have you been contacted by Search Point UK demanding money for Google My Business debts and services? We’ve taken a look at what’s going on.
After a Vodafone mistake, a member had to battle to get their phone and broadband reinstated. We explain how Which? Computing was able to step in and help.
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?
Yesterday saw the launch of several new Apple services that have analysts and experts wondering how they will appeal to consumers. Do any of them tempt you?
We’ve never been more reliant on a decent mobile or broadband connection. For many, these connections are a lifeline; the only means of reaching relatives or accessing care and support.
Can a vinyl’s warm, natural sound be beaten? We listened to the Beatles’ recently remastered White Album to find out.
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.
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?