Energy price cap for ‘millions of customers’ unveiled by government
The government has published a draft bill detailing a cap on energy tariffs that will mean "fairer prices for millions of loyal customers" – but some energy companies are reluctant to get on board.
British shoppers ditch spiralizers and sat navs for unicorns and millennial pink
New data from John Lewis shows shoppers are no longer splashing the cash on sat navs, spriralizers and analogue radios.
A decade on from the first Kindle, Amazon launches a waterproof version
Amazon has unveiled its most advanced Kindle to date – and for the first time the firm’s flagship e-reader is waterproof.
Disabled drivers can now pre-book assistance at Sainsbury's petrol stations
Sainsbury’s has become the first supermarket to link up with fuelService, an app that lets disabled drivers pre-book assistance at petrol stations.
The street crossing of the future that helps keep 'distracted' pedestrians safe
A pedestrian crossing that changes its markings depending who is on it has been unveiled in London.
Parents using cash are missing out when saving for their children’s future
Parents should be using ISAs to save for their children’s future rather than cash, a OneFamily spokesperson has announced.
Samsung launches limited edition Star Wars robot vacuum cleaners
Samsung has launched limited edition versions of its POWERbot vacuum that look like Star Wars characters
So long Windows 10 Mobile, it’s been great… or has it?
After 17 years, Microsoft has decided to stop working on the Windows 10 Mobile, but some customers believe the announcement was a long time coming.
It’s time to bid farewell to your round pound coins
There is less than a week to go until you can no longer use your old pound coins, The Royal Mint has announced.
Google unveils new generation of consumer hardware
Google has unveiled its latest generation of consumer hardware and it includes a new Pixel smartphone, a Pixelbook laptop, a hands-free camera, smart home devices and wireless headphones.
Energy price cap potentially in place just in time for winter
Following the Prime Minister's proposal to cap energy prices, energy minister Glen Clark has said consumers could see the cap in effect as soon as this winter.
Motorists could save £300 with pay as you go insurance
UK drivers could make a saving of up to £300 a year on their insurance by switching to a pay-as-you go policy, new research has suggested.
Nike's self-lacing trainers go on sale in the UK
In news that’s sure to please Back to the Future fans, self-lacing Nike trainers are now available in the UK.
Nissan’s sweat-sensing seats could prevent car accidents
Nissan has pioneered ‘state-of-the-art’ sweat-sensing car seats with the potential to prevent car crashes.