3D TV is an exciting proposition for home cinema buffs, yet the technology comes with a hell of a lot of baggage. It demands our attention and the emptying of our wallets, but TV shouldn’t be this hard to watch.
O2, Vodafone, Orange and T-Mobile may have lost their appeal against mobile price capping in Europe, but we’re left frustrated that there’s still no protection for using your mobile further afield.
Why are banks introducing minimum withdrawals on basic bank accounts at the counter? It’s yet another move that hurts customers, coming as Which? launches its manifesto for banking reform.
Making massive discounts may be the oldest sales trick in the book – but it’s a tactic that’s still working for the double glazing industry. Is a straightforward quote really too much to ask for?
Roll over Google – you’ve been caught out again. The search engine giant could face legal action after it was found ‘unintentionally’ collecting private wi-fi data during its Street View tours.
Nice has made a pretty dramatic statement with its latest guidelines, calling for a total ban on trans fats. Ok, they’re a particularly nasty fat type, but surely we can make up our own minds when it comes to what we eat?
Passengers across the country have had their say – rail fares are still too expensive. Coughing up the price of a train ticket doesn’t match the service we get.
As Blackpool takes the ‘best seaside town’ crown, Travel Editor Lorna Cowan looks back on her childhood holidays there with great fondness. So are ‘nostalgia’ holidays becoming the next big British getaway?
Tut, tut. Ryanair’s at it again, adding more hidden costs to their supposed ‘low cost’ flights. Now you have to hand over even more hard-earned cash when you check your luggage in.
The European Parliament has taken its first vote on food labelling. What’s needed is a combination of labelling that includes the traffic light scheme – so why have they left it out?
Take out family travel insurance and you’d expect your children to be covered on holiday. In fact, due to outdated definitions of what a family actually is, they may not be.
Loan sharks aren’t the only way to get sky-high APRs. After a year-long review, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has decided not to cap the high cost of credit products. Has the regulator made the right move?
Car servicing bundles promise cheaper and predictable maintenance costs. But there’s doubt over whether they actually benefit consumers, rather than just carmakers.
There’s been a flurry of research hitting our inboxes lately, revealing how popular online discount vouchers have become. So why can’t they give you a better deal?