The latest smartphone sales market share data from Kantar Worldpanel shows further gains for Android in many key markets, with iOS holding steady - except in China - while Windows phone sales plummet.
"Gone are the days when a BlackBerry OS, Symbian, or Windows Mobile could make a significant impact. It is clear that there will only be two smartphone ecosystems moving forward - iOS and Android."
It's becoming apparent that developers aren't taking the mandatory age compliance too seriously when it comes to their Windows Store apps. As a result, nearly a third have been removed by Microsoft.
BlackBerry has cut a hefty chunk off the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in several key markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and various parts of Europe.
After originally launching carrier billing alongside Sprint in the US last year, now Microsoft is finally bringing the feature to O2 customers in the UK and Wind customers in Italy.
Three has announced that it will conduct a 24-hour trial of opt-in ad-blocking on its network one a day during the week commencing June 13. The move has drawn criticism from online ad proponents.
The Italian Ministry of Defense has announced that it will switch the software on all of its computers from Microsoft Office to LibreOffice, in a move which will save up to €29 million.
Android 6.0.1 finally arrived for Samsung's Galaxy S5 in Germany this week, and hot on the heels of that rollout, the Marshmallow update is now making its way to the device in Italy too.
Microsoft originally said it would begin upgrading Windows Phone 8.1 devices to Windows 10 Mobile in December - but Vodafone Italy says that the much-delayed rollout will finally begin next week.
AdDuplex has published its latest monthly breakdown of Windows handset usage, but admits that it erroneously overstated the proportion of devices running Windows 10 Mobile in recent months.
An investigation into Apple Italia tax payments have resulted in the Italian subsidiary being fined €318 million for tax fraud, over a five year period from 2008 to 2013.
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.
Microsoft announced the Limited Collector's Edition of 'Halo 5: Guardians' back in December - but we now have our first glimpse at the packaging of the $249.99 special edition release.
Microsoft brought Cortana in Windows 10 to six new markets with build 10041 - but not everyone has got it working yet. A Microsoft engineer has now explained the problem, and how it can be resolved.
Microsoft wants to share the love in Italy this Valentine's Day, with a special promotion - available for a limited time next month - offering a free Lumia 435 when you purchase a Lumia 535.
Consumers in Italy who purchase computers with the Microsoft Windows OS pre-installed are now entitled to refunds on their Windows licence if they don't want the OS, as per the Italian Supreme Court.
The U.S. government is reportedly looking into claims that Microsoft might have bribed government officials in at least three countries in order to obtain government software contracts.
It's not just San Francisco and London that will get some Windows Phone 8 love on launch day. As October 29 approaches, more launch events have been confirmed for Milan and Munich.
A report from an Italian website claims that a television commercial promoting Microsoft's upcoming Surface tablet was recently filmed in the city of Naples.
An Italian court has order that all of Italy's Internet Service Providers block access to the KickAssTorrents web site in that country, following similar moves on The Pirate Bay and BTjunkie.
Italy's Antitrust Authority has fined Apple 900,000 euros, claiming that the company mislead its customers when it did not inform them of their legal rights to two years of technical support.
In a protest against proposed wiretapping laws, the Italian Wikipedia has been hidden. Bosses warn that such laws threaten Wikipedia's freedom philosophies, and might lead to a permanent closure.
The well known hacker group Anonymous has reportedly struck again and this time the group has apparently unleashed a ton of data related to Italy's version of the cyber police. As reported by Gizmodo, a...
The BBC News is reporting that an Italian court has convicted three Google executives over footage showing a teenager with Down's Syndrome being bullied, which was posted to YouTube. The Three Google executives were convicted of...
An Italian consumer group is planning a class-action lawsuit against Microsoft over the pre-installation of Windows on computers. According to Reuters, the move comes after a new law was passed, allowing consumer associations to file...
MSN Italy has released an emoticon Xmas pack for Windows Live Messenger. They've bundled 10 animated emoticons of Santa and Rudolph into an easy auto-installer. Click on Scarica Gratis Le Emoticon Natalizie to download the...
Italy is suffering from a barrage of remote attacks launched from hundreds of compromised websites, security experts have warned. Researchers at Symantec reported that attackers have injected 'iframe' tags within the HTML files on compromised...
Italy has introduced a new law requiring Internet service providers to block child pornography Web sites within six hours of being told to do so, the communications ministry said on Tuesday. The decree, which comes...
Italian schools are using military technology and transfering it to the class room to help stop students cheating in their exams. Mobile phone technology has opened up a whole new front for teenagers desperate to...
Italy has made transferring content via the Internet without the permission of the copyright holder a criminal offence The Italian parliament yesterday voted in favour of imposing jail sentences of up to three...
Police have smashed a counterfeit software ring in Italy worth almost Â£40m in what is described as one of the largest and most organised cases of software piracy in Europe. One person...