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July 2010

Netbook ownership on the rise, finds Which?

The latest Which? computer-ownership survey reveals that netbook ownership has jumped significantly compared to this time last year.  

Energy company offers 3% interest

Ovo Energy is offering customers the chance to build up a credit balance on utility bills that is the equivalent to 3% interest a year.

Baby feeding bottle ‘mimics breastfeeding’

A new baby bottle designed to emulate how a baby feeds at the breast is now on sale in Mothercare.

Credit and debit cards used by 57% of Brits abroad

British holiday makers are set to pay out £49m in unnecessary foreign exchange fees this summer – and all because they use the wrong credit and debit cards for spending abroad.

Mortgage brokers sell just 10% of home loans

New research by one of the UK’s biggest mortgage lenders and a leading price comparison site has shown that mortgage brokers are unable to access most of the best deals on the market.

Vax vacuum isn’t a Dyson rip-off, court rules

The High Court has rejected Dyson's claim that the design of the Vax Mach Zen vacuum cleaner was 'flagrantly copied' from the Dyson DC02.

New cycle hire scheme opens in London

A new cycle scheme that allows Londoners to hire bikes from 315 docking stations around the capital has opened for business.

Samsung ST80 joins Wi-Fi camera range

The Samsung ST80 allows users to share photos they’ve just taken without the use of a computer. Accessing an available Wi-Fi connection, users can share images instantly, by email or Facebook. The ST80 can record in HD and includes editing features.

National Media Museum breaks gaming record

The National Media Museum (NMM) has broken the Guinness Book of Records for gaming.

Think you can change a car tyre?

Which? research reveals confusion about how to change a tyre. See if you know what tools you'd need to do the job and if you're hazy on the details watch the Which? video guide to changing a tyre.

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