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January 2009

Sky cuts cost of HD set-top box

Sky has announced it is reducing the price of the Sky+ HD box to £49. Sky hopes more consumers will take up its high definition service.

Victory for Which? on payment protection

The Competition Commission has announced lenders can no longer sell PPI when they grant a loan. Sales of single premium PPI policies have been banned altogether

Asda to open 14 new stores

Asda is to open 14 new stores and to expand 15 more.

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Sony 11 inch XEL-1 OLED TV available in UK

Sony has launched the UK's first OLED TV: the 11 inch Sony Bravia XEL-1, launched alongside the Bravia Z4500, the Bravia ZX1 and the Bravia EX1 LCD TVs

Quarter of women snoop online, says report

Over a quarter of women have used the internet to secretly spy on their other half, according to research released today by Virgin Media.

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Plans to disconnect illegal file-sharers scrapped

The UK Government has ruled out a recent proposal from the British Phonographic Industry, to disconnect illegal file sharers

Big banks fail to make customers smile says Which?

Abbey, Halifax and Barclays come bottom of the first Which? People's Choice survey, with Smile, Co-operative Bank and First Direct coming top

Toshiba announces two affordable HD camcorders

Toshiba has announced the launch of two new affordable, 1080p HD camcorders: the Camileo H20 and the Camileo P30

Which? Car zooms back into Sainsbury’s

Which? Car is to be published quarterly for the first time this year and will be on sale exclusively at Sainsbury’s from Friday 30 January at £3.99.

Confused.com clearer on excesses

Confused.com has relaunched its website, making several improvements and taking on board recommendations made by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).

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