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August 2009

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.

Orange launches sub-£5 per month mobile broadband

Orange has unveiled new additions to its mobile broadband services, including a price plan for £4.89 per month.

Emails from beyond the grave

Service allows you to send emails after you die

Pound bounces back against the dollar

The pound is worth more against the US dollar than at any time since October 2008, suggesting that the days of unfavourable exchange rates are within sight.

Fight the fat, using your TV

New TV service could help fight obesity

Sharp reveals fridge freezer range

Sharp has launched its first fridge freezers – the A+ energy rated SJF79PSSL, SJPT690RS and SJPT690RS.

Mercedes reveals details of new E-class estate

Mercedes has released details of its new E-class estate. It's expected to have class-leading luggage space and will be revealed at the Frankfurt motor show.

Northern Rock makes huge half year losses

Nationalised lender Northern Rock posts half yearly losses of over £700m

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