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April 2009

Microsoft Vine to offer emergency social network

Microsoft has unveiled the beta version of Vine, a location-based social networking app, designed to let you stay in touch with friends and family in the event of an emergency.

New technology could make car sharing easier

Scientists are working on a new system that could make it easier for motorists to share car journeys.

Samsung confirms the I7500 Android mobile phone

The Samsung I7500 mobile phone will launch in June, making it Samsung's first Android powered handset

Nationwide closes mortgage deal to new business

Leading lender Nationwide closes its standard variable rate to new customers

Travel insurance may not cover swine flu

Brits cancelling trips to Mexico may find that their travel insurance doesn't cover them for refunds.

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Tour operators cancel flights to Mexico

Tour operators Thomson, First Choice and Virgin Holidays have cancelled all flights to Mexico following the outbreak of swine flu.

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April consumer news quiz

Just how much do you remember about the headlines from the past month? Find out with our monthly quiz.

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Speeding motorists face bigger fines

Speeding motorists could be required to pay a £15 surcharge on top of fines as a contribution towards a fund for crime victims.

Carmakers confirm scrappage discounts

Which? reviews carmakers' positions on the newly announced scrappage scheme

New car models – news round-up

With lots of carmakers making adjustments to their ranges this week, here’s a quick round-up of what to expect in the showroom.

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