Nokia, only a week after it was in the British capital for its annual Nokia World 2011 conference, is to offer free Wi-Fi service to Londonders.
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.
With half of all Britons now owning a smartphone, Android now powers half of those sold. Where does it leave the other big-name mobile operating systems?
London's police service can not only track and trace your mobile phone, but remotely shut it down and intercept phone calls and text messages, it has emerged.
The UK's critical national infrastructure is under increased threats from cyber attacks, the UK's largest intelligence agency chief warns.
Former home secretary David Blunkett said that the French government were monitoring the emails of the UK government, during a time of diplomatic negotiation.
Google's Street View service is heading indoors, collecting images of businesses and other public spaces, in a further bid to 'map the world'.
While iTunes Match is expected to be released 'imminently' in the United States, UK and European users may have to wait until early next year.
Northern Ireland, despite having the capability to provide high-speed broadband, only one in four get the speeds they signed up for, according to regulator Ofcom.
Samsung's Galaxy Nexus is to hit Europe in a fortnight on November 17th, but the price of the Android 4.0 running smartphone may surprise you.
Users of the iPhone 4S have been struggling to get along with voice-software Siri, after the 'intelligent assistant' can't understand the accent.