Apple said it would (and has) removed any reference to '4G' on its UK website after complaints rolled in over lack of 4G connectivity. Except, it hasn't.
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.
Australia's parliament will hold an inquiry to determine why major digital content providers are charging significantly more for content than elsewhere in the world.
A court in the UK has issued a ruling that the file-sharing site, Pirate Bay, is illegal and must be blocked by UK broadband providers.
Visa's V.me mobile wallet service will launch in three European countries by fall 2012. But it arrives late to the game and faces stiff competition from rivals.
In written evidence to a UK Parliamentary committee, the UK's top computer scientists and academics claim mobile applications are not strong sources for money-making.
The battle of the Zergs is on, as Google installs a new Easter egg to waste millions of global productivity hours. Kill the rogue letters and stop them destroying your search results!
Provisions in the UK's anti-piracy law to cut off repeat copyright infringers and file-sharers from the Web have been delayed again, this time until 2014.
Intel will appeal a European Commission fine against the company in 2009, for breaching antitrust and competition laws for blocking AMD sales and harming the rival chipmaker.
Taking a photo of your favourite athlete at this year's Olympics could land you in trouble. But Olympic organisers said that enforcing social media rules is impossible.
Just as with Dropbox, SkyDrive, or any other cloud service provider, if you have something to hide from the government, don't put it in the cloud. Here's why.
Google's Doodle for the day turns the front page of the search engine into a rather fun zipper, in honour of the man who invented the more-difficult-than-thought device.
Netflix takes another profit bullet for the UK and Ireland, as its international expansion does better than expected, but still lost money. Should it stay or should it go?
If the EU did not pass a controversial data sharing deal with the U.S. government, it may have meant non-visa holders may have been turned away from the land of the free.
UK insurance giant Aviva mistakenly sacks 1,300 of its employees in a rogue email. The email was only meant to go to one employee. Wait, people are still being sacked by email?
British news agency Sky News is to be investigated by the UK's communications regulator after it admitted to hacking into two email accounts to generate a story.