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May 2007

Sanyo unveils waterproof camcorder

Electronics giant Sanyo has unveiled a waterproof camcorder that lets you film or take pictures up to five feet under water.

Apple launches copyright free music service

Apple has launched its iTunes Plus service which makes selected tracks compatible with virtually any MP3 player.

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Goods and services to get carbon rating

A carbon footprint calculator is being developed to measure the greenhouse gas emissions of all goods and services.

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Pregnant women warned over iron supplements

Pregnant women were warned today not to take iron supplements unless they are anaemic.

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SSE plans ‘green’ incentive scheme

Power giant Scottish and Southern Energy today said it was planning a new incentive scheme that could help ‘green’ customers save about £100 a year on their bills.

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New pill to help smokers quit gets draft approval

A prescription-only pill to help people quit smoking has received draft approval for use on the NHS.

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Crackdown on dodgy sales techniques

Bogus closing down sales and prize draw scams will be made illegal under new laws.

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Worcestershire sauce is Britain’s top food export

Worcestershire sauce is the British food with the biggest impact on worldwide cuisine, a survey out today says.

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Asda to launch ‘cheapest’ school uniform

A school uniform priced at less than £10 including shoes will hit stores next week.

Dyson rapped over vacuum cleaner advert

A Dyson commercial was criticised today for claiming its vacuum cleaners do not rely on filters and therefore do not get clogged or lose suction.

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