Microsoft will change the name of its SkyDrive cloud data storage service as it has reached an agreement with BSkyB following a recent loss in court over a trademark dispute with the pay TV provider.
A week of Windows updates, TV twists and Chromebook's business flop
Ulefone Be Touch: Video unboxing and first impressions
LG G4 Review - the phone that tries to offer everything
Our review of the Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Desktop
Galactic Civilizations III now available on Steam
galactic civilizations 3
Tronsmart's USB Smart Charger; an ideal solution for the household?
All the latest news for Windows 10 Mobile and Desktop previews
A UK court has ruled that Microsoft is violating the trademark of the pay TV provider BSkyB by using the SkyDrive name for its cloud data storage service but Microsoft says it will appeal.
Microsoft is reportedly in talks with British broadcasting giant, Sky, aimed at securing a deal to sell discounted Xbox One consoles to their customers with TV and broadband subscriptions.
Some of the first tests and tweets from trials using White-Space broadband took place in Cottenham, UK today. The tests came as Microsoft, the BBC, British Telecom and BskyB amongst others attended the White-Space consortium launch...
Microsoft, the BBC, British Telecom and Nokia are planning to test out brand new “Wi-Fi on steroids” technology called “White-space broadband”. According to the companies involved, the experiment is set to take place in Cambridge,...
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has been given the go ahead by the British Government for its bid to take over the media company BSkyB. The approval follows the corporations agreement to set up Sky News...
A new initiative launched this week in the UK is aiming to bring affordable computing to the masses by offering a PC that costs a mere £98. Race Online 2012 aims to sell 8,000 refurbished...
Satellite giant BSkyB is set to buy Sir Alan Sugar's electronics group Amstrad in a Â£125m takeover that will see the star of The Apprentice collect Â£34.5m. For BSkyB the deal means bringing one of...
Satellite television company BSkyB has said it will work with internet search giant Google in order to develop its broadband services and products. BSkyB, which offers a free broadband internet service to customers,...
BSkyB is preparing to enter the broadband connection marketplace. Aiming to take on market leaders BT, AOL, Wanadoo and NTL, the broadcaster said it would be launching the service in the second half of this...