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Police want to interview an O2 shop assistant after a shipment of iPhone 5s was stolen ahead of the Apple handset going on sale this morning.
London colleges are planning to offer a first in photography - a course dedicated to the iPhone.
There has been a lot of armchair quarterbacking taking place for RIM and if they can get a device like the one rumored at CrackBerry.com then they may still be in the running for the 3rd smartphone platform.
Our Tech Family Tree — History of the iPhone has been out now for just over a week and unlike the iPhone 4 we've been delighted by its reception.The best bit has been doling out the posters at various events — Jack Clark managed to donate a couple at the Intel Developer Forum to passing execs, while I've been peppering the occasional freebie around London — and seeing people get caught up in this or that bit of information which fires their interest.
Apple has filed lawsuit against Nokia in the UK for alleged patent infringement, this time focusing on a patent related to scrolling, according to online reports.The iPhone maker filed the suit in the High Court in London on Tuesday alleging that one of the patents — that covers the way scrolling works in touchscreen handsets — in a lawsuit brought by Nokia against Apple in Germany is invalid, according a report by Bloomberg.
The word Olympic London 2012 has nearly universal recognition, it evokes images of the highest level of competition and greatest athletes...
A little while ago I blogged about an iPhone application called WorkSnug.It is a free tool that finds public Wi-Fi locations in London and uses augmented reality to display them on screen.
iFixIt's Kyle Wiens flew to London to get the iPhone 3GS several hours before the US release. He was one of the first people at the Regent Street Apple Store to get the device.
As the iPhone 3G went on sale at 8:02am on Friday morning, ZDNet.co.uk spoke to those queuing for the device to find out what was motivating them
Here's a picture courtesy of our colleagues at Silicon.com (full picture story going up soon, I understand) of Apple's core (boom boom) audience queuing outside the company's main London store, waiting for the iPhone to go on sale at 6:02pm.
News just in from the front line - UK TV news company ITN has just been thrown out of this morning's Apple iPhone press conference in London for 'being rude'. Apparently, the interviewer expressed some negative thoughts about the details of the 18 month contract - my informant reckons the word 'rip-off' was used - and the film crew was immediately shown the door.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs says that the company will do its best to stop all these iPhone hacks."It's a cat-and-mouse game," Jobs remarked at the UK unveiling of the iPhone yesterday in London.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs appeared in London on Tuesday to announce the U.K. arrival of the iPhone, which is set to use the O2 network.
Speaking at the company's "Mum is no longer the word" event at the Apple Store on Regent Street in London, company CEO Steve Jobs announced that Apple will begin offering the iPhone in the UK on 09 November 2007 for £269 including VAT.Apple's carrier partner is O2 (the U.
This tip was shared with me over IM from Eric Nix:I had a pleasant surprise after returning from a trip to London. I forgot to turn the email autocheck off on my iPhone while traveling.
If you take a walk along the Thames these days, you can bring your laptop or iPhone with you and tap into London's new free Wi-Fi, ZDNet UK reports. Currently there are 13 miles of Wi-Fi along the Thames through central London, to be expanded to 22 miles in August.