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May 2010

Omega 3 claims not clear

There are a wide range of food items that make omega-3 claims, but there is no distinction between plant-based omega-3 (ALA) and those that are more effective derived from fish oils (DHA and EPA)

Best blenders for summer smoothies

Make delicious frozen cocktails and cold drinks this summer using the latest Best Buy blenders, expertly tested in the Which? labs. 

Which? celebrates 50 years of TV testing

Which? has been testing TVs now for half a century and in its latest batch of reviews, has revealed the best TV for watching the 2010 football World Cup

Sun, sea and tea

Holidays just aren't the same without a good cuppa – or at least that’s what a third of Which? members seem to think. 

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How to make the perfect cup of tea

There's more to making a decent cup of tea than dunking a tea bag into a cup of hot water, according to Cuisinart.

Tech podcast: trade-in for cheaper DAB radios

In this week's Which? tech podcast: Freesat's future, PVD buying tips, Squeezebox Touch wireless music streamer and Google Streetview news

Smeg fridge gets a World Cup makeover

First it was World Cup HDTV deals, then it was England flag car graphics - Now football fever has spread to the kitchen with this Smeg retro fridge design.

World Cup fans warned about ticket scams

World Cup fans are being warned by the OFT that, each year, one in 12 people who buy tickets online is caught out by scam websites selling fakes.

Lloyds TSB hikes mortgage rate from 2.5% to 3.99%

Lloyds TSB is to raise SVR from 2.5% to 3.99% from 1 June for new borrowers. Lloyds had previously pegged its SVR at 2% above base rate.

Apple iPad launches in the UK

The Apple iPad has launched in the UK and Stephen Fry was among the first to get their hands on them

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