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August 2009

MPV updates from Volkswagen and Toyota

Which? reports on the new diesel engine for the Volkswagen Golf Plus Bluemotion and the new auto gearbox for the Toyota Verso diesel.

Burglary hotspots revealed

The top 20 postcode areas targeted by burglars highlights the need for Which? Best Buy buildings and contents insurance.

Amex changes credit card cashback rules

New and existing customers hit by changes to cashback rules and 'dormant' accounts

Charity Bank celebrates triple award nomination

Former Best Buy Charity ISA recognised on Institute of Financial Services awards shortlist

Dualit adds peek function to Lite toaster

You can now check your toast in progress on Dualit's cheaper Lite models. The Dualit Lite is almost a Which? Best Buy, but others did better in tests.

FTSE100 hits 2009 high

The FTSE 100 index has reached a 10 month high, aided by a faster than predicted exit from recession for France and Germany.

Samsung announces dual-LCD digital cameras

Samsung has announced the ST550 and ST500 digital cameras, designed with front facing LCDs to aid self portrait photography.

Frankfurt Motor Show 2009: new Mazda CX-7

New Mazda CX-7 diesel will debut at Frankfurt Motor Show. Which? has the first details of the fuel-efficient new Mazda CX-7 diesel 4x4.

Boots stores offer Kodak facial photo retouching

Kodak has launched a facial photo retouching service exclusively in Boots stores, that lets consumers edit their photos prior to printing.

Seatbelts ‘have saved a million lives’

The three-point seatbelt is 50 years old this week and Volvo, the company that designed it, claims it has already saved a million lives.

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