The financially ailing phone maker said it suspended the Android software update on U.K. versions of its flagship HTC One due to "difficulties."
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The UK's tax authorities are changing to a new system where companies have to tell the government every time they pay an employee, and it starts on April 6. Are you ready?
Samsung Galaxy S3 owners in the UK using the Jelly Bean version of Android will start receiving an update for their handsets that adds new features found on the Galaxy Note II, such as dual-window app support, from Thursday.
The self-confessed hacker will not now face legal action in the UK following a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service, but the US extradition warrant remains open.
Britain is to take its first steps in manned space exploration as part of a massive billion-pound boost, following ESA negotiations over investment and funding. "Space is big," says minister David Willetts.
After a 10-year legal battle, home secretary Theresa May will reveal whether the UK will send Gary McKinnon to the US to face court charges over hacking NASA and military computers.
An update uploaded to the mobile laboratory as it was en route from Earth to Mars was installed over the weekend, to help Curiosity carry out its experiments and not bump into things
NASA hacker Gary McKinnon has been given two weeks to agree to a further psychiatric assessment, a measure requested by the home secretary to help her decide on his extradition case
Adobe has unveiled its updates to Photoshop, Illustrator and other tools in its revamped Creative Suite packages, and as usual, pricing for customers in the UK looks much higher than in the US
UK prime minister David Cameron has raised the subject of the extradition treaty between the UK and the US in discussions with President Obama.The treaty, which has a bearing on cases such as that of self-confessed Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon, is said by its detractors to be imbalanced in favour of the US.
Microsoft is taking one major UK technology retailer to court for "creating and selling" over 94,000 counterfeit copies of Windows.
Gordon Brown pleaded with the US administration to allow Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon to serve any sentence in the UK, the Wikileaks cables have revealed.According to the latest revelation stemming from the massive leak of diplomatic cables, Brown, at the time prime minister, was rebuffed by the Obama administration after calling in August 2009 for McKinnon not to be extradited.
Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon's legal team is in the process of discussing a fresh psychiatric evaluation for McKinnon with the Home Office.The Home Office wrote to McKinnon's legal team at the beginning of November to request a new evaluation, to assess how likely McKinnon was to commit suicide if extradited, McKinnon's solicitor, Karen Todner, told ZDNet UK on Thursday.
Samsung had finally started rolling out Froyo, the latest version of Android, to UK users of its Galaxy S handset.Google released Android 2.
Regular readers will know that I own an iPad 3G/WiFi 16GB (I couldn't justify the price bump to the higher capacities knowing the excessive premium I was paying for the extra storage). I bought my iPad through Apple direct, and hooked it up to the 3G network using the UK provider Orange.
Ofcom won't be releasing any updates to its 3G coverage maps this year, a spokesperson told ZDNet UK on Thursday.In one of the stranger exchanges this reporter has experienced this week, the spokesperson said Ofcom would not be doing the maps because it is, this year, "focusing on not-spots".
The Conservatives have expressed support for Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon, but have declined to unequivocably say they will halt his extradition should they be elected to power.In a statement sent to ZDNet UK on Friday, the Tories said that there was an argument for McKinnon, who has Asperger's syndrome, to be tried in the UK.
210,000 miles of roads join the street-level mapping service
Microsoft is stripping some XML functionality out of Word to avoid a court injunction on sales, but British buyers will not receive the amended software
The home secretary says he will decide 'quickly' whether psychiatric evidence regarding Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon is enough to keep him in the UK