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  • How to stream the internet through your TV

    Television and the web are converging – you can watch BBC programmes on your computer using iPlayer and you can log into Facebook on your internet-enabled TV.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 12 June 2012

  • Stay safe in a world of apps and social networks

    We use Facebook to share photos with friends, Twitter to tell people what’s on our mind and FourSquare to ‘check in’ to our favourite places, but are we sharing too much infor

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 16 May 2012

  • Beware of Apple 'bait apps'

    Apple is to face a lawsuit in the United States from angry parents who have seen their children rack up huge bills by downloading so-called ‘bait-apps’ from iTunes. And this i

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 24 April 2012

  • Virgin ups its game on TV and broadband

    Virgin’s new Collections offering, which starts at £20 a month, is designed to bring superfast broadband to the masses while its TiVo service is being promoted as the first ‘t

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 11 April 2012

  • Be your family's own Chancellor

    As expected, there was little in the way of giveaways by the Chancellor in this year’s Budget.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 22 March 2012

  • Time to spring clean your finances

    Spring has officially sprung – but this year your finances are more likely to be in need of an overhaul than your home.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 08 March 2012

  • Focus on: Tesco launches £2.50 unlimited broadband

    While the three main broadband providers have been busy locked in a winter price-war, Tesco has stolen the show by offering the cheapest 12-month broadband package on the mark

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 15 February 2012

  • How to land the best broadband deal

    Broadband providers regularly bombard us with messages about connection speeds, download speeds, ultrafast broadband, superfast broadband and usage limits. Right now, three of

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 31 January 2012

  • How you can save more than £1,000 in 2012

    Times were tight for most of us in 2011, and with little sign of things improving any time soon it’s more important than ever to make your money work as hard as possible for y

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 05 January 2012

  • New Year financial resolutions

    Once the Christmas and New Year party season comes to an end, many of us come back down to earth with a bump – especially if we have overspent on our festivities.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 28 December 2011

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