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Nikon v Kodak: 360 cameras go head-to-head42m Nikon v Kodak: 360 cameras go head-to-head
BBC
Two mid-range 360 cameras are put to test by the BBC Click team.
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Amazon Prime could face investigation over delivery complaints13h Amazon Prime could face investigation over delivery complaints
The Guardian
Advertising watchdog is considering whether to look into company’s claims that it offers ‘unlimited one-day delivery’ Amazon is facing a potential investigation by the Advertising Standards Authority over complaints that its premium service is failing to deliver on time in the run-up to Christmas. Amazon Prime claims to offer “unlimited one-day delivery” but customers have contacted the advertising regulator to say it is falling short of what is promised.
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Is Monzo the Facebook of banking?16h Is Monzo the Facebook of banking?
The Guardian
It is a truly unusual thing – a bank young people are excited about. But while its speed and ease of use are impressive, there is a problem – it’s not making moneyA letter from the bank tends to arouse dread. In these mostly paperless days, it usually means you’ve gone overdrawn again or the interest rate on your savings account has moved even closer to zero. Best not open it now; stick it on the pile for later-slash-never. But when my new
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Bring a little Christmas cheer with a cryptocurrency18h Bring a little Christmas cheer with a cryptocurrency
The Guardian
If you’re stuck for a gift idea, there’s always bitcoin! Or perhaps notWhat do you buy the person who has everything? How about bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that has hardly been out of the headlines in the past few weeks? Of course there is a problem, and that is that a surge of interest has seen its price increase by a factor of 17 this year and by more than 15% last week alone. But if you are really determined to take part in the volatility, there are other ways. Part of last week’s interest came because bitcoin effectively entered the mainstream, with the Chicago Board Options Exchange launching contracts allowing investors to bet on the future price of the currency. This weekend, Chicago-based CME follows suit, albeit with higher margin requirements – how much investors have to set aside as collateral – than its rival’s.
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