HTC just announced the European availability of the HTC Desire 500, an entry-level device that was first unveiled last month in Taiwan.
The Nexus 7 2013 will soon be available to buy in Europe, and more specifically Italy, according to a press release sent by ASUS.
After the mention of LTE support for the European versions of the Nexus 7 (2013) was removed from Google’s website over the weekend, the reference is now present again.
The next stage in the EUs plans to reduce roaming fees comes in to effect today, cutting data costs by 36% and the price of calls to just €0.24 a minute.
Everyone hates roaming costs, but proposals being put together by the EU, which could come into force as early as July 1st next year, will put an end to roaming charges within the single market once and for all.
The Oppo Find 5 is finally available to buy in the company’s European web store. Find out how much the Oppo Find 5 versions cost in the rest of the article.
Sony is offering a 10% discount to all European customers, as an apology for the inconveniences caused by a blackout, on the Sony European website.
After two years of investigations and subsequent negotiations, the EU and Google have agreed on a set of terms which will see Google legally obliged to change some of its search results in Europe to ensure that it doesn’t create a monopoly in vertical search.
FairSearch Europe, a coalition of companies that includes Microsoft, Nokia, and Oracle, has filed a formal complaint with the EU over Google’s alleged anti-competitive practices in the mobile market.
With GS4’s release looming on the horizon, it’s time to take a look at the newest HTC One ETAs for some of the world’s most important markets – US, Canada and Europe.