After announcing that its UK CEO would be stepping down from that role this year, Microsoft has announced his appointment as its new Corporate Vice-President for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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Following price rises from Dell and OnePlus, Lenovo says that it's also considering increasing prices, and potential job cuts, among other options - but it seems that no decisions have yet been made.
Trucks slowing down traffic could be a thing of the past. A convoy of autonomous trucks which completed a round trip of Europe could indicate a future without truck drivers is right around the corner.
BlackBerry has reduced the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in the US, UK and several European markets - but the handset's price remains unchanged in the company's home country.
After launching the PlayStation TV in Japan in 2013, and in other markets in late 2014, Sony has now confirmed that it terminated shipments of the device to the US and Europe at the end of last year.
The 16GB version of the OnePlus 2 will no longer be sold in the United States, Canada or Europe, as the company says it's "seen much greater interest" in the pricier 64GB model in those markets.
While the OnePlus 2 no longer requires an invite, the OnePlus X still does - but until midnight on Thursday, you can buy the X in the EU with no invite and with free standard shipping included.
Samsung unveiled the Windows 10 based Galaxy TabPro S this week, and we got a hands on with the device at CES. Now, leaked costs are suggesting a €999 starting price, in Germany.
The Liquid Jade Primo will finally go on sale in February - five months after it was first announced. The new Windows 10 Mobile flagship will launch first in EMEA, with prices 'starting at €569'.
After it was announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will not be offered in Europe, new sources state that the flagship handset will finally be available in the area come early January.
LG's current flagship smartphone, the G4, is now reportedly receiving the Android Marshmallow update in parts of Europe, but not all variants of the device are covered yet.
Microsoft has started confirming pre-orders for the Lumia 950 and 950 XL in Germany and The Netherlands, and has sent out emails providing shipment tracking details as well.
After similar price cuts in Japan, the US and Canada in recent weeks, Sony has announced similar reductions across Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, and various other markets across the globe.
The European Court of Justice has declared that the United States does not offer the same level of protection to personal data as Europe, and has ruled the Safe Harbour Framework invalid
After ten different labs set out to determine if the energy consumption claims of TVs are accurate, Samsung came under the spotlight for a feature which some claim bypasses the test.
After more than a year since the support for Windows XP was cut off, it has been discovered that a remarkable percentage of computers in Europe are still running the 14-year old OS.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 won't be coming to Europe anytime soon, but the handset's predecessor is getting an update there, to the latest public Android OS release, version 5.1.1 Lollipop.
It looks like LG has decided to poke some fun at Samsung by highlighting the company's recent decision to not offer the Note 5 in Europe. Currently, LG offers its flagship, the G4, globally.
Samsung unveiled two new high-end handsets yesterday, the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5, featuring some of the specs ever seen on a smartphone - but the latter device won't be sold in Europe.
BLU has launched its Win JR LTE and Win HD LTE in Europe, priced from just £69/€99; and in India, starting at Rs.5,999. Both devices include 4G, dual-SIM support, and the latest Snapdragon 410 CPUs.
HTC has revealed that, from August 4, the Android 5.1 Lollipop update will continue its rollout to the One M9 flagship with availability in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The giant search company is addressing for the first time the recently launched investigation into its Android OS as well as accusations from the EU that it has abused its power in the markets.
EE says that it's now Europe's biggest 4G network, after reaching 10 million 4G customers - and it also says that the amount of data carried by its network will triple to one exabyte per year by 2018.
Farewell note confirms that Phil Harrison has officially stepped down as Corporate Vice President of Xbox in Europe. Harrison's replacement not yet named.
The latest data shows that Windows Phone is doing surprisingly well in the EU where it holds around 10% market share, but the OS is still struggling in many other markets, including the US.
Nearly 80% of Europe will experience a solar eclipse this Friday, where the moon will blot up to 98% of the sun's disc - but experts have strictly warned against taking selfies during the phenomenon.
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.
After recent discussions with Microsoft, Axel Springer and other complainants against Google, the EU's antitrust chief will meet with Schmidt in the latest stage of Europe's 4-year investigation.
The EU is looking to create a single digital market that would potentially make the lives of citizens much easier when it comes to digital purchases and services. And you can be part of it.
The first Ubuntu-based phone will go on sale next week - but it's actually an 'Ubuntu Edition' of a low-end Android handset with a 4.5" qHD display, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage and 1.3GHz MediaTek processor.
The Lollipop Android 5.0 update has started to roll out in Europe, almost two weeks after it started rolling out in other parts of the world, but those on carrier lock may have to wait a bit longer.
The legislative body of the European Union has published a report in which mass surveillance is decried as a threat to basic human rights. As a result the EU is proposing even more surveillance.
In the EU, a law has been recently introduced that allows a 14-day returns policy on digital purchases. Unfortunately, this system is potentially open to abuse.
Nokia has opened pre-orders in China for its new Android 5.0-based tablet, priced at 1599 CNY (just under $260 USD), and the device is expected to launch in some European markets later this year.
Android 5.0 rolled out to the Galaxy S5 earlier this month - but only in Poland and South Korea. That's all about to change, as another market is now receiving the update, with more being added soon.
In a complete reversal of its no refunds policy on App Store and iTunes purchases, Apple has been forced by EU lawmakers to offer a 14-day money back guarantee on purchases in Europe.
Apple is reminding its developers that new VAT rules in the EU have led to some policy changes in the App Store. While devs will remain unaffected some users may see prices go up.
The latest firmware update from Microsoft is now rolling-out to select devices around the world including India and Europe. The focus currently is on the low-end devices as they're the most numerous.
A few weeks after the LG G3 became the first handset in the world to get Android 5.0 (in Poland), the Lollipop update is now starting to roll out for the G3 in markets across Europe, and beyond.
From Amazon at your Post Office and the world's largest video games collection, to festive bargains, Windows updates, and Google's EU breakup, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
Amid a number of antitrust complaints, the European Parliament has voted on a proposal that would see Google's search services spun-off into a separate company, away from the company's other products.
Andrus Ansip, the EU's digital leader has come out against some proposed moves in Italy and other countries which would weaken the important net neutrality rules that Europe is putting in place.
A frustrated website owner filed a lawsuit against Google claiming that Google was purposely not showing results for the website in search results. The judge has ruled the case in favor of Google.
Google has submitted a transparency report for the requests it receives regarding the "Right to be forgotten" laws in Europe, in which shows that one in ten came from the UK.
Samsung has confirmed that it is discontinuing sales of all laptops - including Windows notebooks and Chromebooks - in Europe, but says that it will continue to sell these devices in other markets.
Talking about the digital future of the European Union, Google's Eric Schmidt sees large hurdles but lots of potential. He says a brighter future and a better economy are the promise of a digital EU.
Microsoft's most affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device, the Lumia 530, has gone on sale in India, where it can be purchased for as little as 7349 INR, while the first European pre-orders are now open.
Sony has said that it will launch the PlayStation TV box - which includes the ability to play games via its PlayStation Now game-streaming service - in the US ($99) and Europe (€99) later this year.
HTC's long-rumored upcoming Windows Phone may be launching in many more markets than originally expected. There are some strong hints that the device may head to Europe in the near future.
Microsoft has launched a form allowing European individuals to request that certain results be removed from its Bing search engine, in compliance with the EU 'right to be forgotten' ruling.