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January 2011

Apple to launch iPad-only digital newspaper

Apple and News Corp, the owners of the News of the World and the Sunday Times newspaper, are to launch an iPad-only newspaper on Wednesday (February 2nd).

Defined contribution pensions: have your say

The Pensions Regulator is inviting views on how to raise standards in Defined Contribution pensions, ahead of the introduction of auto-enrolment in 2012.

35 debt management firms close, 15 face action

The Office of Fair Trading has announced that 35 debt management firms have surrendered their consumer credit licences, and 15 are facing licensing action.

Equitable Life compensation details published

Policyholders with Equitable Life, the beleaguered life assurance company that lost its customers over £4 billion, will receive less than a quarter of their losses when the government repays compensation later this year.

SeeSaw offers UK TV streaming via Boxee Box

SeeSaw, the online TV streaming service which includes BBC, Channel 4 and Five programmes, has launched on the Boxee platform in the UK.

Survey shows almost half leave cars to ‘warm up’

Which? Car News: A survey finds that almost half of motorists leave their cars unattended with the engine running. However, many are unaware that it could invalidate their insurance.

Phil and Teds pushchairs finger trap warning

Hinge covers are being offered to owners of certain Phil and Teds Sport and Classic pushchairs, following reports of adults getting fingers trapped in the folding mechanism.

750,000 more 40% taxpayers from April

The Institute of Fiscal Studies has estimated than an extra 750,000 people will be lifted into the 40% tax band.

Buying mobile phones for the hard-of-hearing

Which? gives its top tips for buying a mobile phone for the hard-of-hearing.

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ISP email addresses could stop you switching

Web users risk losing their home email address if their internet service provider (ISP) closes or if they switch provider.

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