Europe's antitrust chief warns that the global dispute between technology companies over mobile phone patents could be "used as a tool of abuse"
Zack Whittaker reports on the latest technology news from the United Kingdom and Europe, served with buttered crumpets and a side of sarcasm.
Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET and CBS News. He is based in New York City.
A large number of UK users of the Galaxy Nexus are reporting a rather odd, yet very specific bug, which renders the entire device unusable.
Just behind Amazon.com, holding the top spot as the UK's number one retailer, we find Apple's online store, which leapfrogged six-places in the past quarter.
The UK government had 'no evidence' to support the Digital Economy Act, the UK's anti-piracy and censorship law, it has emerged in a parliamentary select committee.
UK ISPs blocked access to Fileserve over the weekend, after the UK's web blacklist filter blocked all downloads from the site after a reporting error.
News to know -- November 14-18: A look back at the news from London, the UK and wider Europe, on all the bits that were missed during the week's coverage.
First the iPad, now the iPhone: Around one in five Brits are rejecting the iPhone, after battery flaws and the hope that a next-generation iPhone 5 would be in stock by now.
The European Parliament has added its voice to the growing weight of opposition to the U.S. SOPA, which could infringe even the most basic of web freedoms.
eBay is to open a 'pop-up shop' in London during the busiest shopping period in the run up to Christmas.
Samsung is hoping to release an updated, redesigned tablet, named the Galaxy Tab 10.1n, in a bid to fend off Apple's lawyers who successfully blocked the sale of the tablet last month.