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November 2009

Philips announces 9704 LED Pro TVs

Philips has unveiled two new models in a new range of LED TVs, the 40- and 46-inch 9704 LED Pros

Action on private clamping companies at last?

So-called ‘cowboy clampers’ may be brought to task under new legislation promised by the latest Queen’s speech.

Ecotricity to provide ‘green gas’

Green electricity supplier Ecotricity has announced it will be supplying 'green gas' - known as biogas - from rotting food, sewerage and other waste.

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Online game to improve child road safety

A new online game - Code of Everand - should reduce child road deaths by teaching children how to cross the road safely.

Revised Honda CR-V priced

Honda has announced the pricing for its revised CR-V ‘soft-roader’, which goes on sale in January 2010.

Energy company pays customers for green energy

An incentive scheme from Good Energy rewards customers who generate their own heat from solar heating systems instead of from the company's gas and electricity.

Roberts expands range of Wi-Fi internet radios

Roberts has announced four new DAB and FM radios in its Stream range, all of which also allow users to listen to over 10,000 internet radio stations.

Prince Michael Safety Award for Euro NCAP

Euro NCAP has received an International Road Safety Award from His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent.

Google Chrome OS unveiled

Google has unveiled the first video showing users what to expect from the open source Google Chrome computer operating system (OS).

Thousands of electric car charging points due

Which? news: Government pledges £30m for thousands of electric car charging points as part of a new 'Plugged-In Places' initiative.

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