For the second time, Samsung has postponed the launch of Samsung Z Tizen smartphone, and this time it hasn’t provided any time-frame.
City of London Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit: Copyright infringing websites are making huge sums of money though advert placement, therefore disrupting advertising on these sites is crucial and this is why it is an integral part of Operation Creative.
If the recent report is to be believed, then the long-rumoured NFC support will finally make it’s way to the next generation device, suggesting the e-wallet feature that Apple is reportedly working on.
BT: We are in talks with the Corporation of London about how to increase availability of lower-priced fibre broadband – which is primarily aimed at consumers, home workers and the very smallest SMEs.
Steve Wood, ICO’s Head of Policy Delivery: What we’re saying in this report is that many of the challenges of compliance can be overcome by being open about what you’re doing. Organisations need to think of innovative ways to tell customers what they want to do and what they’re hoping to achieve.
Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu offices of Microsoft had sudden visits by Chinese authorities, though there isn’t any official announcement by the government about the raid.
Apple: A user must have unlocked their device and agreed to trust another computer before that computer is able to access this limited diagnostic data.
New as well as existing Red 4G customers can now get the Google’s Chromecast at just £25!
The much-awaited 15-inch MacBook Retina Pro line will come with an updated processor and standard 16GB of RAM.
In the next 6 years, London will be a 5G city, offering ultra-fast broadband speeds that allows users to download movies in a second.