The sky isn't falling, but the SkyDrive name is. Nothing else changes about the cloud-based storage service, Microsoft says, just the branding.
BSkyB is snaffling up the broadband arm of O2's parent company, meaning it jumps ahead of Virgin Media in terms of subscribers.
Consumers don't know and don't care about record labels. They want to find music by their favorite artists, and if the selection's not there, the service won't be used.
Sky turns 25 today, celebrating a quarter of a century of dish-fed telly, movies and sport -- and 25 years of locking up the best telly.
The software giant's cloud storage service infringes the trademark name of BSkyB, one of the largest broadcasters in Europe, the U.K.'s High Court in London rules.
The software giant is going to rebrand its cloud storage service, following a settlement with British Sky Broadcasting Group over rights to the "Sky" name.
The UK government is reportedly planning new measures to censor extremist and terrorist websites.
A trademark dispute forces Microsoft to rebrand its cloud-based storage service, Google gains new smarts in artificial intelligence, and Android grows its global market share.
Next year's Premier League highlights will be shown online by The Sun and The Times in a £20m deal signed by News International.
What does the OneDrive cloud service have going for it? Why, Microsoft's four-decade legacy and the reputation that goes with it, of course.