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Check out who won our Advisers' Choice Platform Awards

Which platform providers came out on top in Citywire's Adviser Choice Platform Awards? Click through this gallery to find out what firms you said were superior in terms of tools and functionality, charging structure and investments...

Five insurance providers earn Citywire service ratings

The latest Citywire Service Index shows significant movements in the ranking of protection providers as some impress advisers with their service offerings

Citywire Service Index: TCF ratings

The latest report on the Citywire Service Index shows only one firm improved in the treating customers fairly stakes

Citywire Service Index: Skandia wins the accolades in the retirement arena

A look at which firms are impressing advisers with their service in the corporate and personal retirement planning arena

Gadget of the Week: Home-tek Light 'N' Easy steam mop

Sometimes hoovering up the dust is not enough and getting out the bucket and mop is a real chore. Now there is something new: a steam mop. (£59.99)

Gadget of the Week: Flexifoil Buzz Kite

This is just a kite, but one with a difference. (£44.99)

Gadget of the Week: Yoggie USB anti-virus stick

At £79.99 the very portable Yoggie stick is the solution to all your computer security issues.

Gadget of the week: Apple Ipod Nano Video

The Apple iPod (from £109) has been the market-leading personal music player for a long time and the latest in the nano series is similar to the existing third-generation models but includes some interesting new innovations.

Gadget of the Week: Apple Airport Express

Unlike other wireless routers, the £65 priced Apple Airport Express incorporates Airtunes which allows you to wirelessly stream your music from your computer to your home sound system through your network.

Gadget of the week: Ego Electric Street Scoota

The Ego Electric Street Scoota is the first two wheeled electric vehicle costing under £1,000 new, but how does it compare to its fuel burning equivalents?