Google has announced that its Grace Hopper subsea cable is now connected between the United States, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Once on, the cable should improve Google's services.
TikTok and Spotify have made an agreement that lets TikTok users claim Spotify Premium, for free, for four months. The offer is available in several European markets including the UK and Germany.
John McAfee, famous for his antivirus company, has been found dead in a Barcelona prison after his extradition to the United States was approved. He was facing a long sentence for tax evasion.
Opera has launched a new fintech called Dify. Dify will provide users with cashback at certain retailers and in future it will introduce new services like savings management, credit, and more.
Vodafone has said it will begin stocking Nreal Light glasses in Germany and Spain from spring 2021 but will expand the product to other markets afterwards. It described the device as affordable.
After igniting its upper stage eight minutes after liftoff, the Vega rocket lost nominal speed and went on a degraded trajectory, taking with it the Spanish and French payload onboard.
Samsung announced today the availability of the Galaxy Fit2 in Spain, featuring a 1.1-inch AMOLED display, up to 21 days of battery life, and more. The fitness band can be had for €49.
Samsung is rolling out the Galaxy M11 in Spain at a higher price than what it costs in other European markets. The entry-level smartphone was previously launched in the Netherlands.
A new subsea cable called Grace Hopper has been announced by Google Cloud. The submarine cable is set to link up the US, UK and Spain and is scheduled to launch operations in 2022.
Plex and Endemol Shine Group have announced a partnership which will see more free content arrive on Plex. Films including Mr Bean will be available in a number of countries including the U.S. and UK.
Nokia and Deutsche Telekom have announced their withdrawal from MWC 2020. Other network operators may pull out later today and the organisers said earlier they're considering cancelling the event.
Nvidia has said that it's pulling out of MWC Barcelona due to concerns over the coronavirus that's spreading rapidly in China and around the world. Ericsson and LG earlier announced their withdrawal.
Sony has said that those buying the new Xperia 10 or Xperia 10 Plus from the Sony eStore will get a free case. The offer is available for those in the UK, France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, and Spain.
The latest midranger from the Huawei sub-brand is now available in Italy, France, and Spain, with the UK soon to follow. Pricing will start at a little under €250 for the 4GB RAM/64GB storage model.
Xiaomi has announced new Android One smartphones in Spain today. The Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite are successors to last year's Android One device, Mi A1 which brought stock Android in an affordable package.
Facebook is bringing its Community Boost programme to the European Union to help individuals and businesses learn the digital skills they need. The programme was announced for the U.S. last year.
Government authorities in Barcelona have decided that they are ditching Microsoft and transitioning to open source software, in order to save money on expensive proprietary software licensing deals.
With rumours that phone maker Xiaomi is looking to go public, we've now got some details about the banks which the Chinese firm is working with as it prepares for its initial public offering.
The European Court of Justice has announced that Uber will be subject to the same rules and regulations as other taxi firms operating within the European Union, contrary to what Uber wanted to hear.
Google has yanked a pro-independence Catalonian referendum app from the Google Play Store for users inside of Spain. It's part of efforts by the courts to stifle a referendum taking place.
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.
"Are you a Windows Insider?" Microsoft asks. "We're looking for you!" The company is inviting Insiders in Spain to apply to become 'PC Ambassadors', for the opportunity to "try a cutting-edge PC".
"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."
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows considerable smartphone sales market share gains for iOS in several parts of the world, as Android share rose to around 90% in certain markets.
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.
The Surface Type Cover with Fingerprint ID has been a US exclusive until now - but today, Microsoft opened pre-orders in various markets including the UK, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, and more.
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.
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 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 will be live-streaming it's MWC keynote on March 2, Neowin will be there to cover the event live as it unfolds. A couple mid-range devices may be unveiled at the press-event as well.
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.
Following the approval of amendments in the tax laws in Spain, Google announced that Google News would be shut down in the country as well. But now, the publishers are asking Google News to return.
Google News will be shutting down in Spain in less than a week, ahead of the reform in tax laws due in January. The company won't integrate Spanish publishers in its news feed due to this tax as well.
The Spanish parliament passed a law on the 30th of October which will impose a new charge on news aggregators like Google News. Dubbed the 'Google Tax', this law has caused mixed reactions worldwide.
The local government wants to “share” all the software written for the public authority with everyone. There will be a few exceptions, but they will have to be justified.
Next week, Microsoft and Skype are offering residents of Spain free amounts of WiFi at over 24,000 hotspots next week as a part of Microsoft's World Mobile Congress marketing promotions.
The US is apparently not content to destroy its own web with laws like SOPA; new reports from a Spanish newspaper offer more insight on the US' efforts to force Spain into adopting similar policies.
Even as the video streaming and DVD rental service Netflix still deals with the consumer backlash over the raise of its subscription rates, the company is rumored to be making more moves to expand to...
The Spanish National Police have announced the arrest of five people suspected of hacking into or outright disabling thousands of Internet pages, some of them run by government agencies in the U.S., Latin America and...
In response to feedback from Dell customers who want Linux on more hardware and in more countries, Dell has announced that starting today, customers in Germany, United Kingdom, France and now Spain can purchase Ubuntu...