First came the shift in Australia. Now Apple in the U.K. is also rebranding the new iPad as "Wi-Fi + Cellular" to better reflect the local wireless situation.
London saw an astonishing Galaxy S3 launch, but Samsung's huge growth means it has to do a better job with software updates.
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.
With its prominent proboscis, this newly announced species of dinosaur isn't quite like the Triceratops you remember from those school field trips to the museum.
Mozilla may have figured out a way to get its shiny orange and blue Firefox phones into the hands of fans in the U.S. and U.K. But that doesn't mean that analysts are any less skeptical about its chances.
The tool, which will appear on new Samsung smart TVs in Q1 and next quarter on mobile devices, allows users to find and play content from various providers like Netflix and Blockbuster.
The "4G" branding skirmish in Europe is finally over as the tech giant switches the wording on its tablets for sale from "Wi-Fi + 4G" to "WiFi + Cellular."
The troubled cell phone maker is in advanced talks to sell the luxury phone maker to a private equity group for about $265 million, the Financial Times reports.
The online music service continues its global expansion, moving into a new trio of European nations.
The Telegraph claims that British TV network ITV has warned Apple off the name iTV for any TV products. But ITV denies that report.