Earlier today, Google launched its Google Play Music All Access streaming service in Germany, just four months after it extended its reach to Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the U.K — thus meaning that the search engine giants European rollout is now considered “complete.” The service can be enjoyed on both the web and via the official Google Play Music app for Android and iOS, and to sweeten the deal you can also sign up for a free 30-day trial.
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Update: Users that have already installed the bug infested 4.3 update should shortly receive a small patch upgrade via Samsung Kies.
Samsung is in the process of pushing out an over-the-air (OTA) update to all unlocked Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S III models located in Europe. This upgrade brings Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and a newer version of the TouchWiz user interface to these devices, in addition to a truckload of bug fixes and stability improvements.
Motorola said shortly after unveiling the Moto X that the handset wouldn’t be coming to Europe — but it seems the company may be changing its mind following the handset’s successful start in the United States.
Motorola has today announced the midrange Moto G at an event in São Paulo, Brazil. The device looks a lot like its sibling, the Moto X, but it has a slightly smaller display and lesser specifications that make for a significantly cheaper price tag.
The LG G Flex — the curved-glass smartphone that really flexes — is coming to Europe next month after making its debut in South Korea. The device will be available in France initially, and you’ll need to start saving now if you want to buy it off contract, because it won’t be cheap.
We’re still eagerly anticipating the invitations to Google’s Nexus 5 event, where we’re also expecting to see the launch of Android 4.4 KitKat. But according to whispers going around the search giant’s Launchpad developer event in Europe this week, the big event is less than a week away.
Google Play Music All Access has today expanded its reach across Europe by arriving in seven new countries. The rollout comes less than a month after the service’s first European expansion, and it brings the total number of supported countries up to 19.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 went on sale in Europe this week, but before you purchase one online and have it shipped to the United States, there’s something you need to know. It appears Samsung is region-locking the new device to prevent it from being used with international SIMs, so handsets sold in Europe will only work with European operators — even if you buy them unlocked.
HTC has gradually rolled out a number of devices with its latest Sense 5 user interface following its debut on the flagship HTC One back in March — and today the Taiwanese company presented fans with a budget-friendly option in the Desire 300, a 4.3-inch device that will make its debut in Europe this October.
The second Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom variant, which boasts 4G LTE connectivity, has today gone on sale in Europe. It’s almost identical to the HSDPA version that went on sale back in July, and it’ll be available on a variety of networks including Deutsche Telekom, Tele2, Telia Sonera, and Orange.