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July 2009

Equifax warning over tax credit rebate fraud

As the tax credit renewal deadline arrives, fraudsters are offering tax credit rebates in return for peoples' bank details

July consumer news quiz

Test your knowledge of July's news with the Which? consumer news quiz.

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Smart meters benefit power giants not customers

The national roll-out of smart meters will benefit gas and electricity suppliers more than it will householders.

Microsoft pilots video on demand service

Microsoft’s MSN service is launching a video on demand service - MSN Video Player beta - that will give UK consumers the chance to view TV shows.

LG unveils next generation Chocolate mobile phone

LG has released images of the unconventionally-shaped next generation Chocolate mobile phone

Nikon launches D3000 and D300S DSLRs

Nikon has announced two additions to its DSLR line-up - the entry-level D3000 and the high-end D300S with HD movie capability.

Microsoft and Yahoo! seal search deal

Strategic partnership sees Microsoft and Yahoo! team up to take on search engine Google

New Match adds value to VW Touran range

New VW Touran Match adds value to the Touran range. Which? takes a closer look at the latest Volkswagen Touran Match.

Swine flu sufferers get insurance tonic

Insurers have confirmed that consumers who contract swine flu can use the National Flu Service ID number instead of a GP note to claim on their insurance.

Tesco price adverts branded misleading

Tesco's cost-of-shopping comparison adverts were ruled 'misleading' by the ASA today.

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