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Best budget smartphones 2014: The best phones available to buy for under £250

Best budget smartphones 2014: The best phones available to buy for under £250

By 4 December 2014

The budget smartphone market has really come into its own over the last year, with numerous devices appearing with price tags under £250 and an aim to offer you a good enough smartphone experience that you don't need to splash half a grand on a flagship... >>

Datawind launches UbiSlate tablet in UK for £29.99, after success in India

Datawind launches UbiSlate tablet in UK for £29.99, after success in India

By 16 December 2013

Datawind is aiming at the budget market with the launch of its £29.99 UbiSlate 7-inch tablet, following success in India. The cheapest of the line, the UbiSlate 7Ci features a 7-inch TFT capacitive display, 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB... >>

Best gadget gifts for under £50

Best gadget gifts for under £50

By 9 December 2013

Whether you’re looking to buy a gift or you've just found a £50 note in the street and want to turn it into tech, we’ve compiled a list of the best gadgets out there a single note can buy. From mobiles and tablets to sports kit and toys we surprised... >>

Budget iPhone tested in many colours, with late summer production?

Budget iPhone tested in many colours, with late summer production?

By 23 May 2013

A new report surfaced on Thursday about Apple's rumoured low-cost iPhone that is expected to land this year, and the latest news indicates the device is being tested in a range of coloured models and will begin production in late summer.  Japanese blog Macotakara - citing... >>

Budget 2012: Tax relief for video games sector reintroduced

Budget 2012: Tax relief for video games sector reintroduced

By 21 March 2012

As part of the 2012 Budget, announced today (21 March) by Chancellor George Osborne, the government will be reintroducing tax relief for the UK video games, animation and high-end television production sectors. Tax breaks for the games industry were formerly... >>

BUDGET: Car owners benefit from UK Fuel Duty cuts

BUDGET: Car owners benefit from UK Fuel Duty cuts

By 23 March 2011

Fuel duty has been cut by 1p per litre in UK Chancellor George Osbourne's Budget, announced today, 23 March. The new pricing structure will come into effect 6pm GMT this evening - so hang on until then if you have to fill your car. In addition, the previously... >>

Vaizey: 1-Up for the UK games industry

Vaizey: 1-Up for the UK games industry

By 15 July 2010

At last - a boost for the UK games industry. After the announcement during the coalition government's budget that the tax breaks for the industry would be scrapped, there is finally some good news coming out of Whitehall for UK game developers. Minister... >>

BUDGET: Games industry tax breaks dropped

BUDGET: Games industry tax breaks dropped

By 22 June 2010

Chancellor George Osborne has scrapped Labour's proposals to give tax relief to games publishers, calling the idea "poorly targeted". Labour's former Chancellor Alistair Darling had said: "creative industries, including the video games industry, make... >>

BUDGET: Broadband tax officially scrapped

BUDGET: Broadband tax officially scrapped

By 22 June 2010

The coalition government has decided not to pursue Labour's plans to add a 50p tax to all landline telephone users to pay for an improved broadband network. George Osborne made the announcement as part of his emergency Budget. The Conservatives were vocal... >>

Motorists hit hard by 11th Budget

Motorists hit hard by 11th Budget

By 21 March 2007

Motorists have been hit hard by the latest Budget from Gordon Brown with Cars bear brunt of green taxation. The chancellor has announced that he will be putting up fuel duty by 2p per litre from October, in line with inflation. It will also go up again... >>


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