All you need to know about Wi-Fi boosters, routers, dongles and more.
A broadband connection isn’t worth a whole lot if you can’t connect to it - and that’s why providers ship you a router when you sign up. Here’s the hardware you get from each of the main UK providers, and what we think of their offering.
How do you get YouView? What’s the difference between getting it with BT and getting it with TalkTalk? Can you get it without broadband? What broadband speed do you need for it? Find out all this and more right here...
So you've gone for Plusnet broadband, and you've got a pretty new Hub Zero to get to grips with. Let's take a look at it.
Super Hubs are sooooo 2015. These days, when you get broadband from Virgin Media, you’ll get a far more advanced - and cooler-sounding - Hub 3.0 router thrown in with your package.
Taking out Sky broadband lands you with one of two routers: either the Sky Hub, or the new Sky Q Hub. But what’s the difference? And which one should you get?
The BT Smart Hub - also perhaps known as the Home Hub 6 - is the latest router from the provider, and stands a good few inches taller than BT’s former routers. So does bigger mean better?
The BT Home Hub 5, designed especially for use with BT Infinity, is probably one of the most attractive routers around right now - if you're into that sort of thing. But what does it offer beyond good looks? Let’s find out...
When you sign up to fibre optic broadband with Plusnet, you’ll find yourself the proud owner of a snazzy Plusnet Hub One. So what the heck is it? Let’s have a look.
Connecting your devices to your TV is really easy - just follow our step-by-step video guides and you’ll have your laptop, iPhone or iPad, Android phone or Android tablet hooked up to your TV in no time.