Back in 2004, nobody could have foreseen how Facebook would become a platform that more than a quarter of the people on the planet now use. But how’s it coping with its teenage years?
Some big innovations in home security tech appear to be just around the corner… but would you invest in a ‘smart doorbell’?
Black Mirror’s latest episode, ‘Bandersnatch’, lets you control the story through multiple choice. Is this the start of an evolution in the way we watch TV?
We chip our cats and dogs, but what about ourselves? We discuss if it could ever be a good idea to let your employer microchip you.
The content of this phishing scam may look familiar, but it’s who it appears to have come from that may make you only think twice. What’s the secret behind spoofing an official MI6 email account?
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.
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…
To mark 100 years since the end of The First World War, director Peter Jackson has restored archive footage of the conflict with dramatic results. But should some things just be left as they are?
The government has today launched a code of practice to ensure that connected products are ‘secure by design’. Tech companies HP Inc and Centrica Hive are the first to commit.
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?
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Many people’s first introduction to personal computing was with the BBC Micro in the early 1980s. But what was the first computer you ever used?
There’s nothing quite as frustrating as making a new purchase, eagerly getting it out of the box and discovering it doesn’t work. But what goods are most often faulty?
Amid headlines of manufacturers cheating emission tests and the harmful effects of NOx on our health, is there any room left for a defence of diesel?