The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld three complaints about press ads for Vodafone’s mobile broadband service.
TomTom has released details of its latest Go Live sat navs, which can update traffic data every three minutes.
Standard life became the latest company to announce disappointing results in the wake of the credit crunch. The life and pensions company has seen UK business fall.
Microsoft has joined forces with Yahoo!, Western Union and the African Development Bank to raise consumer awareness of lottery scam emails.
MPs have called for new measures to tackle deaths on British roads, including tougher drink-driving rules and wider use of 20mph speed limits.
Ford has announced the pricing and specification details for its all-new Ka, which will start from £7,995 - cheaper than its sister model, the Fiat 500.
A Which? Computing investigation reveals innocent people are being accused of illegal file-sharing.
Pure has announced a new green addition to its family of Evoke digital radios: the Evoke-2S.
There were further signs of the credit crunch biting with mortgage lending figures showing that repayments actually outstripped new lending in August 2008.
The government says that all UK homes will be fitted with hi-tech smart meters by 2020