The mobile operator EE has said it will bring back mobile roaming fees just months after stating it had no plans to do so. It will affect EE customers from January 2022 who go to Europe.
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The four big mobile carriers in the UK have revealed that they do not plan to bring back roaming fees when the country begins its new relationship with the EU in just a matter of days.
The UK has confirmed that it will not adopt the EU's copyright directive as it prepares to leave the bloc next week. Articles 11 and 13 caused a stir with critics saying they'd ruin the web.
Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify on issues that have been plaguing Facebook for the past year. There will be two different sittings on Tuesday and Wednesday. Read on to learn how to watch them.
Facebook has teamed up with several pro-democracy foundations in order to fund researchers, with access to Facebook datasets, in order to see how social media affects the outcomes of elections.
Mozilla's IRL podcast, hosted by Veronica Belmont, will return to podcatchers everywhere on Monday when the show returns for a second season. The first episode will look at bots and their effects.
Facebook has announced that Russia did not significantly impact the Brexit vote after it found just 73p had been spent during the campaign. The ads were seen by a somewhat paltry 200 people.
Microsoft operates 116 retails around the world, most being in the US, followed by Canada and Australia. According to sources, the company now intends to open a new retail store in central London.
Riot, the developer behind popular MOBA, League of Legends, has announced a 20% price hike for its in-game currency, Riot Points (RP). RP is used to purchase champions, skins, and other in-game items.
After the Brexit vote, many predicted that Venture Capital would dry up, with the UK leaving the single market. It seems like these predictions were wrong, with a rise in technology funding.
Microsoft has priced its new Surface Pro far higher than the equivalent Surface Pro 4 models in the UK. They'll cost up to 14% more than the prices to which it had already raised them in February.
Blizzard announced today that there will be a price increase for World of Warcraft's account services in the UK and EU on the 5th of April, likely due to post-Brexit exchange rates.
The UK Home Office has scolded some of its employees for taking to Twitter to attack US President Donald Trump. It said its employees should be politically impartial, including on social media.
Amazon has said that it will create 5,000 new jobs in the United Kingdom by the end of 2017. Around 1,500 of the jobs will be technical roles with Amazon's total workforce in the UK rising to 24,000.
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In addition to raising its Surface Book prices in the UK by £150, Microsoft has also increased the cost of its Surface Pro 4 models by up to 12%, due to Brexit-related currency considerations.
Microsoft has raised prices considerably on its line of Surface Book devices in the UK. All models are now considerably more expensive thanks to continued currency fluctuations following Brexit.
Sonos is the latest company to raise its prices in the UK following the country's decision last year to leave the EU, which led to a significantly weaker pound sterling against the US dollar.
Apple is raising prices substantially across all App Store pricing tiers. The changes will roll out this week with 25% increased price tags for apps, in-app purchases, and other content.
The EU-wide roaming framework, which caps call and data charges for people visiting other EU countries, will no longer apply to the UK post-Brexit - and officials warn that will lead to higher prices.
While its new flagship costs 10% more than its predecessor in the US and Europe, the OnePlus 3T is priced 21% higher than the 3 in the UK - four months after a 6.5% Brexit-related price rise.
Despite Brexit, Google will still invest over £1 billion into a new London HQ that is going to open soon. Part of the investment will also be used to find 3,000 new employees in the UK.
Microsoft has revealed that it will be increasing enterprise software pricing in the UK by 13%, and cloud prices by 22%, due to currency fluctuations following the referendum decision to leave the EU.
The European Commission is in the midst of proposing a vote that would enable members of the EU to have access to free WIFI anywhere as well as roll out the new 5G cellular standard.
Apple has just announced the new iPhone 7 models for this year, with the company keeping the same pricing scheme as last year. That is unless you're in the UK, where price have gone up significantly.
After HP and Dell raised their prices in the UK by 10% last month due to the weakened pound sterling against the US dollar, HTC has increased the cost of its Vive VR headset there, from £689 to £759.
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After Dell announced a 10% price increase in the UK - citing currency fluctuations that pushed the pound sterling to a 31-year low against the US dollar - HP has revealed that it is doing the same.
Last week, OnePlus said that it would have to increase the price of its new handset in the UK as a direct result of Brexit-related currency fluctuations. That 6.5% price rise has now come into effect.
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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.
OnePlus' new flagship phone has a good claim to fame thanks to its affordability. But from July 11, that reputation will lose some of its lustre, as the OnePlus 3 will become more expensive in the UK.
Following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, Microsoft has said that it will not pull out of the UK and that no jobs are going to be cut. Microsoft wanted the UK to stay in the EU.
OnePlus is warning its UK-based customers that price increases might be on the way. The company blames this on the pound's declining value and the thin profit margins that OnePlus relies on.
Ahead of a national referendum next month, Microsoft says it believes the United Kingdom should remain part of the EU - but emphasizes that it remains 'firmly committed' to the UK either way.