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OnePlus says that it is currently selling its handsets at a loss in the EU due to the continued decline of the euro - and as a result, it must increase the cost of its handsets there by up to €50.
HTC has announced its new 'UH OH Protection' program for the HTC One M9, offering a free replacement handset in the first year of ownership if yours ends up with water damage or a cracked screen.
Pre-orders will open on Samsung's new flagship smartphones in the UK later this week, with deliveries commencing on April 10 - or a day earlier, if you order from Samsung directly.
EE announced the death of its 2-for-1 cinema tickets deal back in December. Its replacement launches on March 30: a £1 movie rental each week from Wuaki.tv (app not available on Windows Phone).
The communications director for the World Bank has accused Microsoft of "appalling" behavior after it refused to provide a refund when his son racked up $4500 of in-game purchases on his Xbox.
Microsoft has announced the launch of a new preview of Office 2016 for IT pros and developers, which you can sign up for right now - although the company points out that it's not yet feature-complete.
Microsoft describes its Convergence 2015 conference as the "premier event for its business community" - and the company's CEO Satya Nadella is kicking things off with the opening keynote.
Sony has said that it will begin rolling out Lollipop to its flagship Xperia Z3 handsets today - weeks later than it originally promised, and five months after Android 5.0 was first announced.
From nine hours of "all-day" battery and Sony's Lollipop letdown, to the OnePlus 2 (and 3?), BoA BS, USB-C, HBO Now and pretty, curvy things, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
Samsung co-CEO Shin Jong Kyun has announced that the company will deal with increased smartphone competition by focusing more on slim design, premium materials and high-definition displays.
To celebrate Pi Day on March 14, Microsoft will be offering its Xbox Music Pass - which usually costs just under $100 - for only $31.41, alongside other special themed promotions.
Microsoft's lowest-priced 4G Windows Phone is now even more affordable. You can currently buy the Lumia 635 for $29.99 off-contract, but this special promotional price is only available today.
Microsoft's digital 'personal assistant' will no longer be exclusive to Windows from later this year, as the company is working on a 'more advanced' version which is headed to rival platforms.
Apple made iOS 8.3 available as a beta today, but it appears that earlier reports indicating that it was a 'public beta' may have been wide of the mark, as access seems to be restricted by invitation.
Music labels have reportedly refused to lower their prices for Apple's new streaming service - but the company may be willing to pay big money to 'lock in' labels and artists with exclusivity deals.
After announcing plans to phase out Lync and replace it with a new Skype for Business product in 'early 2015', Microsoft will finally detail those changes next week in a live-streamed keynote.
Google's new Chromebook Pixel includes two USB Type-C ports - but the company has much bigger plans to support the new standard, promising that more Chromebooks and Android phones will get it soon.
The BBC has announced that it is creating "a new drama based on Grand Theft Auto", which will be broadcast later this year - but the upcoming TV series may not be quite what you expected.
The Google Store is the new home for the company's latest and greatest devices, which have now been removed from its Play Store - but it seems that its Nexus 5 has finally reached the end of the road.
Google has announced the successor to its high-end Chromebook Pixel notebook, which includes an optional "Ludicrous Speed" model featuring a Core i7 processor and a whopping 16GB of RAM.
The screens on the next iPhones are said to include 'Force Touch' technology similar to the trackpad on Apple's new MacBook, with integrated pressure sensitivity and haptic feedback.
Five months after it was first unveiled, the Nexus 6 will be making its way to Verizon this week, priced at $249.99 on a two-year plan - and it will come with the latest version of Android on board.
Apple services, including its iOS and Mac App Stores, have been hit by a major global outage for several hours - although the company seems to be pretending that it's all business as usual.
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After delaying its launch in China indefinitely back in January, Sony has announced that the PS4 will go on sale there on March 20 - and at 2,899 CNY, it will be 22% cheaper than Microsoft's Xbox One.
Microsoft has revealed a sleek and stylish mouse and keyboard set, which can be paired to a device via Bluetooth 4.0. Priced at $99.95, pre-orders are open now ahead of its release in May.
Microsoft India has announced a Smart Exchange program, allowing owners of its Asha feature phones to trade in their devices in exchange for discounts of up to 25% off its new Lumia 435 Windows Phone.
Last week, Sony made it explicitly clear to many of its customers that only its Xperia Z-series devices will get the Android 5.0 update - but its stance has since softened, giving hope to other users.
OnePlus CEO Carl Pei has confirmed that the successor to the One will arrive in around six months' time - but he also revealed that another handset is in development, focusing on "design over specs".
Most of us have, at some time, found ourselves with almost no battery on our phones, and far away from a charger. This 11,300mAh portable battery from Samsung will solve that problem nicely...!
Since launching in 2013, KAZAM has grown to offer a wide range of Windows and Android devices. We spoke with chief marketing officer James Atkins about the secret of its success, and what lies ahead.
From Office for Mac and the Snapdragon 820, to Universal Apps, big balloons, Spartan screenshots, ageing selfies, and groovy giveaways, enjoy a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Earlier this week, HTC announced its new flagship, the One M9. That handset is the main focus of the company's stand at Mobile World Congress this week, as our image gallery reveals.
From its latest curved smartphone, to smart kitchens, smart mirrors, smart cars and even smart shoes, LG has crammed plenty of cool stuff onto its stand at MWC - check out our full image gallery.
Sony is one of the many leading tech brands showing off its latest and greatest products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, and we took a look around the company's show stand.
Like many leading tech firms, Microsoft has a huge stand at Mobile World Congress. But what does it use all that space for, where did the hot air balloon come from, and why is there so much dancing?
Lenovo has launched a new premium device with an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, 3GB of RAM and a whole range of photography-focused features. We went hands-on with the company's new Vibe Shot.
On Sunday, Acer announced its first Windows Phone for four years - and like so many others, the device is targeting the low end of the market. But does the new Liquid M220 actually seem any good?
HTC's new flagship handset, the One M9, has attracted some criticism for being a mild evolution of its predecessor. But we had some hands-on time with the One M9 today, and came away rather impressed.
Microsoft announced two new additions to its smartphone range today - the Lumia 640 and 640 XL - and we had some hands-on time with both of them, which included some intriguing OS observations.
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S6 today, plus an 'Edge' variant of its new flagship featuring a display that curves around two edges of the handset - and we had some hands-on time with both devices.
Neowin is in Barcelona this week to bring you coverage on cool new products, exciting innovations and emerging trends from across the mobile industry, at the Mobile World Congress 2015 expo.
A new wearable device promises to harness the power of self-pleasure, storing electricity generated by the movements of your wrist, and allowing you to use that power to recharge your phone or tablet.
Microsoft has rolled out the latest update to its OneDrive app for Windows Phone, adding a range of new features, including the ability to add a PIN code, and easily switch between Microsoft accounts.
Lenovo device owners are being sought as part of an investigation into Superfish - the adware that the company secretly pre-installed on its devices - which will likely lead to a class action lawsuit.
Microsoft's most affordable Windows Phone is now available for just $94.49 in the US - although the retailer's claims that this represents a $200 discount on the usual price are somewhat misleading.
The rollout of the Lumia Denim update is certainly gathering pace - it's now available on the Lumia 925 on T-Mobile US, and is expected to land soon on the carrier's Lumia 521.
You can now grab a year of Xbox Live Gold membership for just $39.99 - saving you $20 on the normal price - either as a digital download, or as a card, for those planning to give it away as a present.
After working with Samsung to boost security on its Galaxy Android devices, BlackBerry is now collaborating with Google to offer a 'highly secure mobile solution' for other Android manufacturers.