Microsoft's low-cost Windows Phone 8.1 device, the 3G-only Lumia 630, is now available for just £89.95 in the UK - the price at which it was first promoted by Microsoft over three months ago.
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giffgaff is changing its 'goodybag' price plans, removing unlimited data from all but the top-tier plan and limiting speeds to 300kbps for those using "more than their fair share" during peak hours.
Virgin Media is raising its broadband prices for the second time this year, with bills going up by £1.50 a month for certain customers - but those affected can cancel their contract without penalty.
Some users aren't entirely pleased with the voice used for Cortana on Windows Phone 8.1 in the UK, suggesting that it sounds too 'robotic' - but Microsoft has hinted at improvements on the way.
Windows Phone has been capable of working with Visual Voicemail for some time but until now, no UK carriers have implemented it. O2 recently said that the feature would arrive, and now it has!
Microsoft has launched Cortana in the UK with more localized content and a British accent, and in China with a whole new look - and will be available in India, Australia and Canada as an 'alpha'.
The City of London police have announced a new campaign that's aimed at depriving websites with illegal content of their ad revenue. The police use a program to replace paid ads with a police warning.
UK broadband users are rejecting the ISP-level porn filters introduced at the behest of the government, with 95% of BT Broadband customers, and 92% of those on Sky Broadband, opting out of using them.
Unlike the UK's 2010 Digital Economy Act, which wanted to shut off the Internet of "persistent pirates," the UK will begin to issue warnings to users that are suspected of pirating content.
Microsoft has launched its new Windows Phone 8.1 flagship, the Nokia Lumia 930, in the UK - but where exactly can you buy it? We take a look at the carriers and major retailers offering the device.
The UK is rushing through an emergency law following a ruling from the European Court of Justice which abolished the requirement of Telecom and Internet Service Providers to retain customer data.
The Lumia 930 is now available to pre-order from Carphone Warehouse, with £130 worth of free goodies included with all orders placed before July 31, plus £100 cashback on some 24-month contracts.
Netflix is inviting people to apply for what some might consider the best job in the world: being paid to watch TV shows and movies, with flexible hours, in the comfort of your own home.
Microsoft has announced that the Lumia 930 will go on sale in the UK on 17 July, free on contracts costing around £33/month, with numerous freebies available for those who buy or pre-order the device.
Around £90m is to be invested into improving Wi-Fi on board trains, with plans for more reliable connections at speeds up to ten times faster than at present, with free access for all passengers.
The Lumia 930 will be launching in the UK soon, with carriers and retailers now listing the device, which Nokia has said will be available with a range of free accessories worth up to £130.
A hotel booking site allowed anyone to view its customers' data by simply changing a booking reference number in the address bar, and ignored repeated warnings from a security expert about the issue.
When Microsoft launched its Lumia 630 in the UK, it said the device would cost "only £89.95". A month later, not one of the five launch partners that Microsoft named has priced the 630 as low as this.
The Lumia 635 - the entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 handset with 4G support - will go on sale in the United Kingdom on July 3, priced from £119.99, around £30 more than the 3G-only Lumia 630.
The UK government has proposed a 'national roaming' plan, to allow mobile users to switch to rival networks in areas with limited coverage, but leading carriers have dismissed the idea as unworkable.
Google Glass has officially arrived in the United Kingdom, and the price for wannabe 'Explorers' there will be £1000. Its UK launch is accompanied by a range of new apps for the wearable device.
The UK government is considering a proposal that could force carriers to allow users of rival networks to use their signal, as part of plans to improve nationwide mobile coverage.
Online shoppers in Europe now have new protections under laws that introduce a 14-day 'cooling-off period' for digital purchases, ban retailers from 'pre-ticking' boxes for optional extras, and more.
After hints from Microsoft and retailer Carphone Warehouse that Cortana is coming to the UK "soon", a source at Microsoft has told Neowin that the digital assistant will launch there "this month".
To celebrate the rapid growth of its 4G network, EE will be offering free "4G-powered 'superfast' donkey rides" this weekend, with each donkey packing a WiFi mobile hotspot in its saddle.
A global movement is growing - but not the kind you might expect. Twitter users are enjoying the hunt for cash hidden in cities from the US to Europe and Africa, planted by anonymous philanthropists.
The Microsoft Store UK website is finally selling Nokia Lumia smartphones directly for the first time, following the purchase of Nokia's mobile phone group by Microsoft in April.
LG launched its latest flagship smartphone, the G3, in London last week but a major retail outlet and carrier have confirmed that they won't be stocking the smartphone believed to be a "tough sell."
Thanks to lasers, fiber optics and a lot of brain power NASA has managed to get broadband internet on the moon with speeds averaging 19 Mbps - higher than the UK national average according to Ofcom.
A new post on the official Windows Phone UK Twitter page hints strongly that the Cortana digital assistant feature for Windows Phone 8.1 will expand to the UK "soon."
Microsoft has launched a new TV ad campaign in the UK to promote its Nokia Lumia smartphones, using stop motion animation and the voice of comedian David Mitchell.
Microsoft announced today that the Nokia Lumia 630 will launch in the UK on May 29 priced at £89.95 off-contract. It will be available via Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Tesco, EE and O2.
Google's brilliant little Nexus 7 tablet just became even more appealing for those in the UK, where anyone buying the device between now and June 1 will get £50 of credit to spend in the Play Store.
The Microsoft Store in the UK will begin to ship the Surface 2 LTE model in that country on May 8th. Pre-orders for the tablet are being taken now for the price of £539.
The UK government will pay £5.548m to Microsoft for another twelve months of Windows XP support for public sector bodies and organisations, as mainstream support for the ageing OS ends in a few days.
It seems that it may only be a matter of time before the T-Mobile and Orange brands disappear from the UK, as EE has terminated sales for the two 3G carriers via their respective websites.
The Advertising Standards Authority in the UK is allowing Microsoft to run a "Scroogled" radio ad that attacks Google's stance on privacy in Gmail, following two formal complaints.
EE has launched its first own-brand handset - the £99.99 Kestrel, which includes support for the carrier's 4G LTE network - as it introduces cheaper price plans, now from as little as £13.99 a month.
giffgaff - a carrier famed for offering unlimited data at low cost - has revealed its 4G 'goodybags', but its top-tier 4G package offers just 2GB of data, 500 mins and unlimited texts for £15 a month.
The Amazon Appstore in the UK is giving away eight free game apps worth over £10 ($17.00) for today (Feb 28th) only, so act quickly or miss out.
Images from millions of Yahoo users' webcam chats were captured and stored by UK intelligence agency GCHQ, in an operation called 'Optic Nerve' - including many images of a pornographic nature.
A new report says the UK's National Heath Service is in talks with Microsoft that could lead the company to offer extended support for the agency's Windows XP PCs past the April 8th support deadline.
The U.K. intellience agency GCHQ has issued some new guidance for government organizations and workers that will still be using Windows XP after its official support ends on April 8th.
UK operator Tesco Mobile has announced that it will drop its surcharge for 4G services with immediate effect, meaning that all of its customers can now enjoy 4G at no additional cost, where available.
The UK Government plans to end its reliance on proprietary software such as Microsoft Office in favour of solutions like Google Docs, in a move intended to save money and foster greater innovation.
O2 has chosen to circumvent Ofcom's new guidelines which would have allowed customers to exit their contracts mid-term if prices increased, adding insult to injury with a further 2.7% price rise.
A BBC insider claims that issues with Kinect have been plaguing the development of an iPlayer app for the Xbox One, and accuses Microsoft of offering little assistance to help resolve the problems.
Two U.K. retailers, Zavvi.com and The Hut, have lowered the price of a new Xbox One console down down £20 to £409.99 but other larger retailers like Amazon. GAME and GameStop are not following suit.
Motorola is sending out invites for a special launch event in the UK. It's very likely that this is the launch event for the company's customizable Moto X handset that previously launched in the US.
A new report claims that for 2013, Sony's PlayStation 4 game console sold 530,000 units in the UK, compared to Microsoft's Xbox One which sold 364,000 units for the year.