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June 2007

Dust off for sat-nav thieves

Motorists with satellite navigation (sat-nav) systems are to be handed dusters in a bit to thwart the rocketing number of thefts.

DVT risk doubles after four hours travel

Travellers who sit still on journeys lasting four hours or more have double the risk of developing potentially deadly blood clots, new research has found.

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Scalding fear prompts Tesco to recall kettles

Householders with a particular type of Tesco kettle have been warned to immediately stop using it amid fears they could be scalded.

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TV quizzes may have to make charity donation

Broadcasters will be forced to apply for licences to run TV quizzes and donate part of their revenues to charity following new Gambling Commission guidelines.

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Britons ‘saving smallest amount since 1960’

Household budgets showed signs of strain today after it emerged Britons saved the smallest slice of their incomes since early 1960.

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New TV ad rules failing children

None of the 20 television programmes most watched by children will be covered by new rules on junk food advertising, Which? research shows.

Thousands queue to buy Apple iPhone

Thousands of people are queuing up to be among the first to buy an Apple iPhone when it goes on sale in the US later today.

Vivitar launches waterproof digital camera

Vivitar has launched a 6-megapixel digital camera that can take pictures underwater.

Vodafone and TomTom take on traffic jams

Satellite navigation (sat-nav) company TomTom is joining forces with Vodafone to help motorists beat traffic jams.

Digital radios to get download facility

Some digital radios will soon allow people to buy copies of songs they've just heard.

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