A plan by Samsung to build in a universal "kill switch" that would make lost or stolen mobile phones unusable has been rejected by major American mobile networks.
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has promised to "work with" the telecommunications industry to protect consumers from unfair charges and price hikes.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has had more than 5,000 credit card complaints this year. We look at common credit card pitfalls and how to avoid them.
ScottishPower has become the latest energy supplier to announce winter price rises: 8.5% for gas and 9% for electricity prices on average, as of 6 December.
AXA following Lloyds and Halifax as it becomes the latest company to announce it is planning to stop providing pet insurance.
There has been a sharp increase in complaints about the likes of home and car insurance over the past few years. Here's how to avoid falling foul of some of the more common traps.
Car insurance auto-renewal ensures drivers don't accidently end up without cover. But with rising renewal costs, does this benefit consumers - or insurers?
One in three neighbour disputes are caused by parking problems, says the AA. Some motorists are even parking on strangers' drives! We take a closer look.
If the summer sun and Tour de France have inspired you to get on your bike make sure you have security and insurance in place to protect against theft.
Parking is the motoring issue that seems to get drivers most worked up, says motor lawyer Jeanette Miller. Here she outlines private parking fine and how to challenge them.
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