Homeserve was today handed a £34.5 million fine by the City regulator after an investigation into alleged mis-selling at the emergency repairs group.
Announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show will allow fans to avoid paying subscriptions to traditional cable and service providers
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Assem Allam has been talking about making the change for months
Taiwanese Electronics company Acer has unveiled a new Chromebook that turns on in seven seconds.
The founders of the UK's fastest growing technology company have bought back the business they sold to a billion pound company just five years ago.
Advertisements have been long expected to make an appearance on Instagram
UK body responsible for age ratings suggest parents take a 'sincere interest' in what their children buy
An unemployed graduate has advertised her CV in a taxi in a desperate attempt to land an interview - but is this the weirdest gambit anyone has tried to get noticed?
The property market led the US into a crisis but now, as prices rise and even London is left behind, could it be the country's saviour?
Ministers plan to enable watchdogs to investigate 'annoying' communications as well as those that cause distress
America’s two biggest shock jocks just got a shock of their own. In a major blow to their broadcasting dominance, the second-largest radio station owner in the US is said to be dropping both Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity from its airwaves.
Search giant among companies paying to have their ad content added to app's 'whitelist'
The LTA are not fit for purpose but a different, independent system could get us more involved
Data from Topsy suggests Vine users have ditched Twitter's six second videos for Facebook's 12
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A former undercover police officer has alleged that he was instructed to spy on and “smear” the family of Stephen Lawrence in the aftermath of the black teenager’s murder in south-east London.