Chinese smartphone startup OnePlus is extending sales of the One in Europe ahead of the launch of its successor to the popular handset.
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Apple's share of smartphone shipments in Western Europe grew 15 percent last year, putting the company within range of overtaking Samsung.
How Julia Reda, the Pirate Party member in the European Parliament, plans to take on copyright and other technology issues.
British police are warning that smartphones in custody for forensics and ongoing investigations are being remotely wiped, potentially killing vital evidence.
The U.S. government is crying foul over Apple and Google's efforts to bolster smartphone encryption. Because accusations that they're going "beyond the law" goes both ways.
How I spent two weeks on the road and avoided $50,000 in painful roaming charges just by swapping a tiny SIM card.
Amazon's first smartphone is heading to Europe, with a UK launch with O2 and a German release with Deutsche Telekom.
Lenovo is targeting European countries in a big way - but don't expect to see its brand name on devices in western Europe's major markets.
From the right to be forgotten to data sovereignty, Europe's plans for new data protection laws raise some tricky issues for the cloud industry and all its customer companies.
Chinese-French smartphone maker has already made its mark in the Hexagon, and now it's got its sights set on taking its unique recipe for smartphone sales further afield.
Across the biggest smartphone markets in Europe, smaller manufacturers are on the rise.
There's a new order in China among smartphone vendors, while Nokia's growth spurt in Europe appears to have run out of steam.
Motorola's flagship smartphone has arrived in Europe; can it generate more excitement here?
Jolla has put a new batch of Sailfish devices up for grabs.
Windows Phone has hit double-digit share in two of Europe's biggest mobile markets, thanks to Nokia shifting more low to mid-range handsets.
The EC's digital VP Neelie Kroes will unveil the full telecoms package later this week, but has given a taster of what the continent can expect.
ZTE plans to target smartphone sellers in Europe directly to improve brand recognition and compete against rivals including Samsung.
Europe may get yet another smartphone alternative if Kazam realises its plan.
Jolla fans in Europe can now pre-order the first Sailfish smartphone, which is expected to ship by the end of the year.
According to new research, the iPad and iPhone maker has managed to secure over 50 percent of the American smartphone market, whereas Samsung is still top dog in Europe.