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February 2009

Electric car sales down, official figures show

The number of electric cars registered for use in the UK fell in 2008, according to official figures.

Panasonic shows 2009 UK LCD and plasma ranges

Panasonic has announced a huge number of new Viera plasma and LCD TVs, from 19-inch LCDs to 54-inch plasmas,although pricing and shipping dates are unconfirmed.

Supermarkets and shops cut plastic bag use

Supermarkets and high street shops have cut the amount of plastic bags handed out to shoppers by more than a quarter since 2006, according to Wrap.

Panasonic launches 12 new camcorders

Panasonic has launched 12 new camcorders, including high-end HD models, the world's first 70x optical zoom, and a rugged memory card model.

Geneva Motor Show preview: Volvo DRIVe models

Volvo will show an extended range of DRIVe eco models at the Geneva motor show next week.

Panasonic unveils first portable Blu-ray player

Panasonic plans to launch the 'world’s first portable Blu-ray Disc player' - the DMP-B15 - that will let users view Blu-ray movies on an 8.9-inch LCD screen with SVGA resolution

Geneva Motor Show preview: new Toyota Prius

Toyota has announced its plans for the Geneva motor show next week: the European debut of the third generation Prius hybrid and an all-new Verso people carrier.

Which? Local trader service lists job prices

The Which? Local service that lists local tradespeople recommended by Which? members now displays how much you should expect to pay for a job.

RBS announces massive loss

Royal Bank of Scotland has announced a loss of £24.1bn for 2008. This represents the largest annual deficit in UK corporate history.

Bank charges: Court of Appeal win for consumers

Banks lose Court of Appeal case over bank charges

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