Visitors to Apple's U.K. Web site are no longer forced to scroll down to view a court-ordered apology to Samsung, after Apple tried to bury it using hidden code.
Users of news-sharing site Reddit have accused Apple of deliberately hiding the court-ordered Samsung "apology" statement on the U.K. Apple Web site.
The Information Commissioner's Office says Google must delete its Street View data within 35 days or face a criminal offense for contempt of court.
The United Kingdom's denizens now can add detail such as paths and businesses to Google's online maps service. But remember: it's free labor for Google.
Thanks to an embellished statement by Apple following a U.K. court order, the company must now pay Samsung's legal fees.
Looking for a job? Britain's Government Communications Headquarters launches an online code-cracking challenge to recruit candidates for posts dealing with cyberthreats.
A U.K. report suggests that a Google executive could face questioning over the company's complex tax-management efforts by the end of March.
Gatwick airport outside London is the test site for the supermarket chain, which sees smartphone grocery shopping in your future.
The U.K. government is to repeal two sections of a key antipiracy law that would have allowed it to block Web sites by court order, after copyright holders beat them to it.
U.K.'s communications regulator outlines how British ISPs must inform file-sharers of allegedly illegal actions and of the potential of facing rights-holders in court.