A UK parliamentary report has booted Google for its attitude towards court-ordered privacy injunctions, noting that it must comply with UK law or face a legislative battle.
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.
Microsoft's consumer-focused online services, including Hotmail, SkyDrive, and Live.com, appear down in the UK for some users.
Australia's competition regulator could impose a sales ban on the iPad 3, after it claimed Apple was "misleading" consumers on its 4G LTE capability.
UK gaming retail giant Game has entered administration after it found itself in financial difficulties, and ultimately could no longer afford to pay store rent or its staff.
Apple remains in hot water with the Italian antitrust authorities after it was found to be "misleading" customers on a one-year warranty, when consumers should have been given two.
Codebreaker, computing genius and founding father Alan Turing could be the next face of the British £10 note. Let's make it happen with an e-petition to the UK government.
Google's browser, despite being penalised for 60 days for a recent paid-links scandal, was the world's number one browser -- albeit, for a day over the weekend.
Aptly named gaming giant, Game, is set to call in the administrators after it failed to lock in a series of revenue-busting games, and failed to foresee dire economic times.
A leading consumer group, Consumer Reports, tested the new iPad after users had complained of increased warmth from the device. Here's what they found.
Doctor Who fans, get excited. The BBC announced this morning that the on-demand iPlayer app is finally heading to the Xbox. Microsoft says that updates are being rolled out today.
Apple's latest iPad becomes very warm in places, even after a short time, and its users are becoming concerned at its operating temperatures. How hot is 'too hot'?
Destination for posh folk, Harrods of London, is to launch its own Apple-stocked technology department tomorrow, which may (or may not) be the capital's sixth Apple store.
If you're a European or Australian citizen, and looking forward to super-fast 4G speeds on your new iPad, you might want to think twice about buying the 4G-enabled model.
The world-leading broadcaster, the BBC, lifted the lid on its latest venture, where back catalogues and archives of telly shows would be made available in a new iTunes-style service.