Just yesterday, the U.S. government banned passengers from carrying electronics like tablets and laptops on inbound flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and Africa. Now, the UK has also announced a cabin baggage ban on laptops and tablets on direct flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia. Continue reading “After US, UK bans electronic devices on flights from Middle East”
Apple has expanded its ongoing legal battle against Qualcomm by adding a new lawsuit in the U.K, according to a report from Bloomberg. This is the third patent lawsuit by Apple against Qualcomm this year.
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Samsung has announced that it is joining hands with Arqiva, communications infrastructure and media services provider to conduct the United Kingdom’s first 5G trials with a focus on Fixed Wireless Access. The trial is set to take place in the second half of 2017 in London and will involve the deployment of an end-to-end 5G FWA solution network in the city centre, operating in the 28 GHz band. Continue reading “Samsung, Arqiva to conduct 5G trials in UK this year”
OnePlus 3 is getting a price hike in the UK due to weaker Pound, as expected. The latest flagship from OnePlus will cost more in the UK following the Brexit decision.
Continue reading “OnePlus 3 to get price hike in UK from July 11”
According to Korean Herald, UK’s exit from the European Union can majorly affect Korean electronics manufacturers like Samsung and LG, as the sales and import taxes on products in Europe might increase. Continue reading “Brexit to affect Samsung and LG’s business in European market: Report”
Google has announced the launch of Android Pay in the UK. The rollout marks the first time that Google has made Android Pay available outside its home market of the US.
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The latest smartphone from OnePlus, the OnePlus X has just been announced. It comes in two variants, an glass back model called Onyx and a ceramic back limited edition called Ceramic. We’ve compiled a list of prices of the smartphone in various regions around the world.
Continue reading “OnePlus X priced at Rs.16999 in India; prices compared across the world”
Apple has officially launched Apple Pay mobile payment service in the UK following a report earlier this month. The service will be available on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch users in the UK.
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Apple Pay is all set to be launched in the UK this month. The mobile payment service from Apple is said to go live in the UK on July 14th, as per a report from 9to5Mac.
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Apple has confirmed that it will bring Maps vehicle program to the streets of UK and Ireland. Google will photograph the streets in these two locations for better Maps, as per a latest Guardian report.
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Apple Pay is the company’s mobile payment service that lets users with iPhones and the Apple Watch to make transactions at retail outlets and even online without requiring the use of a physical card. Launched last year, the service doesn’t require the use of an Apple specific payment terminal. Today at WWDC, the company announced that it now supports over 2500 banks from across America. It will also start supporting Discover based cards later this year which will bring an additional 50 million cards into the fold. Continue reading “Apple Pay to be a part of Wallet, launching in UK this July”
Sony was planning to launch the XPERIA Z4 Tablet today in the UK. But now it has pushed the launch date back to June 17th.
Continue reading “Sony delays the launch of XPERIA Z4 Tablet to June 17th in the UK”
Motorola is planning to offer discounts on its popular devices for a span of 48 hours in the UK. The devices that will be available at a discounted rate are the Moto X, Nexus 6 and the Moto 360 smartwatch.
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Amazon had released the Fire Phone back in June last year at a price of US$ 640 off contract in the USA. In the UK however the handset was priced at £400 for the 32GB variant and £479 for the 64GB at launch. Now the Fire Phone has received a temporary price drop in the UK.
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