The Gigabit Take-up Advisory Group (GigaTAG) looks at the consumer and business barriers to adopting gigabit-capable connections. Here are the group’s next steps.
Posts tagged with "tech"
Security flaws could leave some smart devices vulnerable to hackers – has it ever happened to you? We’re looking to speak to people who’ve been affected.
Google is ending free unlimited storage for your photos at the beginning of June – here are some tips to help you manage your pictures after then.
While tech is blamed for many of the world’s ills, I don’t think we should forget the good that it does: its connections have got me through the worst of a bleak year.
Have you bought an Apple, iPhone or Samsung phone since 1 October 2015? More than £480 million could be reimbursed to customers – here’s why.
Technology has been a vital link between families and their loves ones in care homes throughout the pandemic. Our guest explains how people are keeping in touch.
Consumer organisations across Europe are ramping up their work investigating a fault with the Nintendo Switch. Are you affected? You can help by getting in touch.
You might have noticed WhatsApp asking you to accept its new terms and conditions recently – are you on board, or are you considering switching away?
The NHS COVID-19 app may not be perfect, but it does effectively protect your data. Are you using the app, or have you been put off?
After weeks of lengthy waiting lists and digital pre-order queues, the new PlayStation 5 console is here – or is it? Have you experienced issues getting yours?
A combination of longer nights and lockdowns is a good opportunity to watch some of the best TV dramas of the past three decades – but do you find locating them a challenge?
I’m currently in the market for a new phone, but with no Google services or apps, I won’t be buying a new Huawei. Is it game over for them in the west?
Is your phone able to run the NHS test and trace app? Here’s why the app won’t work on ‘older’ devices, and how mobile operating systems go out of support.
Digital listening continues to grow, but DAB radios are not following the same trend. With the rise of smart speakers, do we still need a separate radio set?