Why is the European Commission bringing an antitrust case against Google? What does the investigation into Android mean? We take a look at the topic and try to make sense of it.
The European Commission is reportedly gearing to launch antitrust charges against Google over alleged anti-competitive practices.
At MWC in Barcelona, Hugo Barra has announced that Xiaomi intends to open an e-commerce store in European markets, in addition to the US. But smartphones will not be sold through the site.
HTC’s own Jeff Gordon has taken to Twitter and decreed that European M7 users need not suffer from a sugar shortage anymore: Lollipop is ready to go!
It looks that HTC will hold its promise to roll out Lollipop to the One M8 with 90 days, at least for users of One (M8) in Europe.
384 legislators in the European Parliament voted in favor of breaking-up Google, increasing pressure on the European Commission to take a tougher stance on the search giant.
According to Motorola’s official French Twitter account, the high-end Moto Maxx smartphone will not be made available in Europe.
Samsung has announced that its Galaxy S5 4G+, which features faster data speeds, will be available in Europe for €599 from the end of October
Consumers have spent $8 billion on repairs to their phones.
Comcast agrees to allow access Wi-Fi networks around the world by 2015.