24th October 2014
The company behind the world’s first polymer bead washing machines has revealed that its losses doubled in its last financial year.
23rd October 2014
Two big UK newspapers have spotlighted new devices designed to help keep the food in any fridge in optimum condition.
22nd October 2014
Yesterday (Tuesday) was a landmark day for the UK’s wind power businesses, as it accounted for more of the energy produced during the day than all of the country’s nuclear power stations.
21st October 2014
The UK’s biggest energy price comparison services have disputed claims that they hide many of the best deals from their users.
20th October 2014
A large-scale fire at Didcot B power station in Oxfordshire is today being investigated, although officials have ruled out arson or terrorism as main or contributory causes.
17th October 2014
Leading American chip and processor maker Qualcomm has stepped up its drive to develop the technology at the heart of the so-called ‘internet of things’ by agreeing to buy Cambridge, England-based processor manufacturer CSR.
16th October 2014
A decision by Indian steelmaker Tata to concentrate its production on specialised raw materials for goods including domestic appliances has left the threat of job losses hanging over hundreds of British workers.
15th October 2014
With so many businesses now depending on fridges for storing food and keeping it fit to eat, a leading catering industry publication has published a list of the seven biggest enemies which could be lurking in them.
14th October 2014
The Co-op is promising to make “no profit” on sales of a range of extended warranties on home appliances, in a move commentators believe will shake up a business which has become a lucrative sideline for many rival retailers.
13th October 2014
The boss of a British company setting out to be at the forefront of developments in connected homes has said that many of the most futuristic projections given media coverage in recent months remain “a way off”.