Which? uses cookies to improve our sites and by continuing you agree to our cookies policy

August 2009

Toyota Avensis gains leaner engines

Toyota is adding two new engines to its Avensis line-up, offering wider availability of the existing engines and offering extra equipment on various models.

‘Clearer’ energy direct debits to be enforced

The energy watchdog Ofgem announced moves today to ensure customers paying for their gas and electricity by direct debit get a fair deal.

ITV parts company with Friends

ITV offloads social networking website Friends Reunited for £25m after it faced competition from the rise of sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Bebo.

New bank enters Best Buys

Aldermore has entered the Best Buy tables with its cash ISA, and offers high-paying five year fixed-rate bond and top-rate two year bond.

Posted on

Mazda MX-5 Superlight concept

Japanese carmaker Mazda has announced it will unveil a special lightweight version of its MX-5 roadster at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

Zanussi launches six place compact dishwasher

The ZSF2450S can fit under a sink but can take six places settings. It costs around £315 and has a comprehensive range of settings.

Car sales up for the first time in 15 months

Sales figures for new cars went up by more than 2% last month, official figures show, marking the first uplift in registrations since April 2008.

Panasonic launches drop-proof DECT cordless phone

Panasonic has unveiled its newest model of cordless phone. It claims it is 'fully prepared to deal with an array of household dangers with no fuss'.

TV and internet ‘more essential than holidays’

Technology products and services such as digital TV, broadband and mobile phones are third only to basic food and toiletry needs in a list of items that people prioritise spending their money on in a downturn.

BT offers customers free broadband speed boosters

BT is offering Total Broadband customers I-Plate broadband speed boosters for free. It can improve broadband speeds and connection reliability according to BT.

Back to top