Back in July, Amazon launched its new all you can read eBook service called Kindle Unlimited. At launch, the service was available in the US only leaving everyone outside the States out. That has changed this week with Amazon
It may not be the desirable Moto Maker, at least not yet, but this is still good news for Android and Motorola lovers across the pond. Motorola's UK branch has just opened up its website for direct purchase of devices, with the
Archos has rolled out its latest tablet available in Great Britain called the Archos 80 Helium 4G. The tablet doesn't offer the fastest of anything under its hood, but what it does offer is one of the lowest priced tablets with
With August 4 almost over (at least in some timezones), it seems that Samsung won't be making the Galaxy Alpha announcement today after all. But that's OK, because now we're getting more solid details about this rather puzzling
Google is finally doing it! It is finally expanding the reach of its popular but rather contentious Google Glass wearable outside the shores of the US, across the pond, and right into the territory of the United Kingdom. Starting
Another retailer is eying a part, though quite small, of the smartphone market pie. British company Tesco has revealed that it is planning to launch its own branded smartphone by the end of 2014. Continue Reading...
After almost a month, Sony's Xperia Z2 flagship is once again available for pre-orders. The schedule has also been noticeably shifted, with the product page now noting that shipping will start in May. Continue Reading...
Motorola, who have seen a downward trend in recent years, have risen once again. This time, their European market share is showing promise, as they’ve been found to have a 6% market share in the UK. While their recent Moto X
The UK has their first true LTE mid-range device. EE is responsible for bringing this one to the masses, with their self-branded Kestrel. The device, in addition to being an LTE capable handset, has another feature many will be