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March 2010

‘Cut Sky Sports charges’ Ofcom tells Sky

Sky Sports 1 and 2 may soon be available to watch at a lower price from TV suppliers such as Freeview, Virgin Media and BT Vision.

Wales digital TV switchover completes today

From today, Wales becomes the third region in the UK that will only be able to watch TV via digital TV services such as Freeview.

Which? tests Google Nexus One and LG Pop

Which? has released its latest batch of mobile phone reviews, including our expert verdict on the eagerly anticipated Google Nexus One and the pocket-friendly LG Pop

Young drivers are better than Euro motorists

Young Brits are outperforming their European counterparts when it comes to driving, making them a better risk for motor insurers.

Which? verdict on fast and eco washing machines

Which? has released its latest washing machine reviews, including our expert verdict on the world's ‘fastest washing machine’ from Beko and a huge 11kg capacity washing machine from LG.

Deal of the week: Philips energy efficient kettle

Which? has been scouring the web this week for the best online deals on the Philips HD4656 kettle.

Panasonic Viera 3D TV – UK launch live blog

Panasonic 3D TV launch event - Which? blogs live to reveal Panasonic's 2010 range of Full HD 3D TVs.

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Renault Twingo Gordini 133 prices announced

The Renault Twingo Gordini 133 is a special edition version of the regular Twingo 133 Renaultsport - it uses the same 133bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine, and has the same sporty handling and chassis set-up. Just 200 will be sold in the UK.

Cheap insulation for 250,000 employees

A group of big businesses, including Sainsburys and HSBC, are to provide easy access to cheaper insulation to 250,000 employees as part of a pilot scheme dubbed ‘Insulate Today’.

OFT to crack down on irresponsible lending

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has issued new guidance for businesses and consumers to help identify companies that are lending irresponsibly.

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