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February 2008

Toys to get new warnings about magnets

New warnings about magnets will be put on toys following a string of recalls in the UK.

Which? calls for action on nanotechnologies

Which? has called on the government to deal with the big implications of nanotechnologies without further delay.

Baby robot to ‘learn’ how to talk

Academics in the UK are preparing to teach a 'baby' robot how to talk.

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News quiz February

It's been a busy month in the world of consumer news.

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New cars and hot deals, 29 February 2008

There are lots of 57-plate pre-registered cars still around, and with the new 08-plate arriving on 1 March – that’s this Saturday – do not be afraid to haggle on these cars.

Which? publishes Best Buy tyres

Choosing the right make of tyre could be the difference between stopping in the wet or careering into another vehicle, Which? warns today.

M&S to charge for plastic bags

Marks & Spencer (M&S) will charge customers 5p for every food carrier bag given out by its stores, it has announced.

Viewers rap BBC for ‘too much sport’

TV viewers have hit out at the BBC for showing too much sport.

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Record fine for Microsoft

US computer giant Microsoft has been hit with a record £650 million fine by the European Union for fleecing rivals who wanted information to make their software work with Windows.

Parents pay £6,000 for kids’ first home

Parents hand over an average of nearly £6,000 to help their children get on to the property ladder, research showed today.

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