Vodafone has announced two new own-brand 4G smartphones: the Vodafone Smart 4 power and Vodafone Smart 4 turbo.
Both new phones run Android v4.4 and are equipped with a set-up wizard as well as a selection of Vodafone apps.
Samsung Electronics has replaced its ‘Samsung Apps’ mobile application store with a new online service called Samsung Galaxy Apps.
This new app store is targeted specifically at consumers with a Samsung Galaxy mobile device, promising hundreds of exclusive applications alongside non-exclusive apps.
The Post Office says it’ll launch its own UK mobile phone service in the autumn as a ‘virtual’ network using EE’s service.
Initially the service will be available from 50 branches, online and over the phone, before a national rollout into all 11,500 branches later this year.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has published a memo to all company employees.
As Microsoft starts a new financial year, Mr Nadella referred to his previous comments about Microsoft needing to rediscover its soul.
The UK government has announced plans for new ‘emergency’ laws to allow telephone and internet data to be retained.
It follows a ruling in April by the European Court of Justice that said Europe’s Data Retention Directive was invalid because it didn’t contain enough safeguards.