A plot to bring down the Royal wedding website during the day's proceedings were met by London's police force. But who could have been behind such an attempt?
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.
Julian Assange is to appeal a UK High Court ruling which ruled that the Wikileaks founder should be extradited to Sweden to face sexual assault and rape charges.
Mobile operator Orange teamed up with social networking giant Facebook, and phone manufacturer Alcatel, to bring three emerging market Facebook-integrated phones to users for under €100.
There are now over 8 million BlackBerry subscribers in the UK. While the U.S. market is losing ground with the BlackBerry maker, the Brits are taking to the phones like a duck to water.
New European law will require companies like Facebook to delete personal data if a user requests it. But amidst an Irish privacy audit, how compliant is, and will Facebook be?
European PC sales are looking grim, with netbooks suffering the most and dragging notebook sales down with it, as consumers turn to iPads and other tablets.
London is poised to receive its first dose of 4G speeds, as the first commercial trial of 4G is set to go live today.
Odd as the Brits are, nearly half of all iPad owners are rejecting the Apple tablet for reasons that they don't need one, never wanted one, or don't have time to play with it.
London's Tech City has tripled in size, according to the British prime minster yesterday. But in reality, it appears to be no greater in size than a year ago.
A U.S. federal district judge has upheld previous rulings, allowing the government to access Twitter accounts of Wikileaks' supporters.