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The new charger has been proposed by the IEC, a technological standards watchdog who want to cut down on e-waste and save consumers money
A payday loan firm that persistently bombarded people with spam texts encouraging them to borrow money to have a night out has been fined £175,000.
Sweet-toothed medical workers are quick to delve into boxes of chocolates
Those buying a retirement income are in danger of losing out through poor advice
It's party season, and smooth hair is de rigueur. But the devices are causing serious burns
Brightest Flashlight Free had more than 50 milllion downloads but its developers were charged by the FTC for 'deceiving consumers'
Awards, sponsored by The IoS, were presented to winners last week
The Government is reportedly planning a £300m rebate to help with the rising cost of energy bills.
The energy watchdog Ofgem waded into the controversy around household energy bills today by forcing Britain’s local electricity network operators to do more to lower costs for consumers.
Deal is expected to complete by early January
The ‘customer is always right’ proverb fits perfectly with this cashless debate
National Audit Office predicts that the average household energy bill will rise by 66 per cent – from £1,290 this year to £2,135 by 2030
Energy companies are in for a tough ride if they don't listen to consumers
British Telecom has been handed a taxpayer “subsidy” of almost £1.2bn because the Government “mismanaged” its superfast broadband.
A Which? survey out today reveals that rising grocery bills are causing real hardship
Simple to use breathalyser gadgets will help combat drink driving