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May 2009

Legal changes could cost tenants

Reference checkers slip through the loop. Landlords and tenants' landlord agencies must protect renters.

XBox 360 to become a Sky Player portal in autumn

Sky and Microsoft have announced a deal that will allow consumers to access Sky TV through an Xbox 360 games console

Renault Laguna updated for 2010

First look at the 2010 Renault Laguna. Which? brings you the latest news on Renault's revised Laguna hatchback and Sport Tourer

TomTom launches XL Live

TomTom has revealed its new sat nav, the TomTom XL Live, with access to live services such as traffic updates and petrol prices.

New Toyota Prius pricing announced

Toyota has announced the pricing for its new Prius petrol-electric hybrid. Most versions will cost the same as the current model when they go on sale in August.

Investment Isa sales hit three year high

Investors cautiously return to the stock market. See the Which? guide to stocks and shares Isas for expert advice on what they are and how they work.

Virgin Media unveils cheaper mobile phone plans

Virgin Media has launched a new range of pay monthly (PAYM) tariffs – including what it's describing as a ‘market beating’ £18 price plan.

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All change for UK banking groups

Spanish banking giant Santander is to scrap the Abbey, Alliance & Leicester and Bradford & Bingley brands.

Sky TV launches live plays on HD TV and on stage

Sky announced the launch of a new show called ‘Sky Arts Theatre Live!’ yesterday. The satellite TV provider will show six plays to a live TV audience in HD from a purpose–built theatre studio starting from 8 July.

Drivers racing to beat sat navs

Two fifths of drivers regularly break the speed limit in a bid to beat the estimated journey times shown on their sat navs, a new survey has revealed.

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